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Gluten Free Lifestyle: The Ultimate Guide to Living the Gluten Free Life, Discover the Secrets to Excellent Gut Health and Weight Loss Plus Gluten-Free Home and Shopping Tips to Help You!Auteur: Lavinia Granelli Narrateur: Todd Studer Livre audio
Gluten Free Lifestyle: The Ultimate Guide to Living the Gluten Free Life, Discover the Secrets to Excellent Gut Health and Weight Loss Plus Gluten-Free Home and Shopping Tips to Help You!
One of the growing public health concerns today is food allergies and food intolerances. And because of this, you have probably heard more and more about Gluten and this Gluten Free Diet in recent years. Many people want to start taking better care and control of their health. You've heard of athletes or celebrities saying they've decided to cut out gluten from their lives and how they've started to feel infinitely better because of it. A study has found that the number of Americans going gluten-free has tripled since 2009. Today, there are 3.1 million people across the US who have gone gluten-free and 72% of them don't even have Celiac disease.
Gluten is found all around us. It is mostly found in modern-day wheat, which is an ingredient in a lot of food we consume even though we may not be aware of it. Gluten can damage small intestines and make digesting wheat difficult. It can cause fatigue, nausea, diarrhea, and other serious discomforts. Gluten is especially a nightmare for people who suffer from Celiac disease.
This audiobook would show you how going gluten-free would promote optimum health and well-being. You will discover all its health benefits and how you can make it part of your lifestyle. You will discover the many options of food substitute you can choose from.
In this audiobook, you will discover the following:
- Wheat and Celiac Diseases - The Downside of Gluten
- Shopping Gluten-Free
- Getting Started with the Gluten-Free Life
- Dining Out and Being Social
- Avoiding the Pitfalls of Gluten-Free
- Emotional Obstacles to Having Celiac Disease
- Gluten, ADHD and Autism
- Adapting Your Diet to Gluten-Free