The Gluten Free Diet – Why Its May Not Be Good If You Don’t Need It3 min read

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Lara Jezeph
Web: www.larajezeph.com Email: [email protected] FB Group – https://www.facebook.com/groups/digestivehealth/ Book a Gut Health Breakthrough Session - https://gutbreakthroughsession.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php

Gluten free is the latest health trend with everyone jumping on the bandwagon. As a wellness coach who works with people on digestive problems like intolerances and IBS like symptoms, I find that gluten often is a major cause of digestion, weight, mood and energy problems, to name but a few. Therefore in a lot of cases I would get my clients to remove gluten to pinpoint triggers, so you would think I would be pro gluten-free, right?

Well, I have mixed views on this. I have removed gluten for years due to intolerances and I found it suited my body better. Since I have been doing a lot of work on my health, raising my awareness around what suited my body and also following different types of gut healing protocols, I can now tolerate gluten, in moderation, which is amazing. It’s so freeing not to be restricted in what I eat.

As gluten-free becomes more and more popular food companies (ting ting ting – marketing opportunity) turn out processed, sugary junk foods as “healthy” gluten-free alternatives.

Have you actually looked on the ingredients list of gluten free bread for example?

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Lara Jezeph

Lara Jezeph

Web: www.larajezeph.com Email: [email protected] FB Group – https://www.facebook.com/groups/digestivehealth/ Book a Gut Health Breakthrough Session - https://gutbreakthroughsession.acuityscheduling.com/schedule.php

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