What Are the Benefits of a Gluten-Free Diet? - A gluten-free diet is necessary for people with celiac disease and can be beneficial for those with autism, ADHD or people with wheat allergies. - sponsored
Whether you've been diagnosed with Celiac disease, are gluten-intolerant, or are eating a gluten-free diet for your own health benefits, you will know that it is not a cheap diet to be on. Here are some tips to help you eat gluten-free on a budget.
The Gluten free diet is a fad for some, a necessity for celiacs, and a benefit for others. Don't belittle us by making broad generalizations on topics that can be just as easily applied to gluten containing products. Talk about proper, life long nutrition without a qualifier. Eat more fruits and vegetables.
Heal inflammation with my gluten-free bone broth recipe. In this post, I also talk about the benefits of bone broth and how it can help celiacs, and those of us following a gluten-free diet, feel healthy. #goodforyouglutenfree
Here’s the gist: You can be on a wheat free diet and not be on a gluten free diet, but you can’t be on a gluten free diet while eating wheat. Confused? Read this link for more information: http://www.foodforlife.com/difference-between-gluten-free-and-wheat-free.htm