Why go Gluten-Free?
Improved digestion – this is by far the first result shown to anyone who has gone Gluten-Free. Within a few months people claim to have their digestive system improving with feeling less bloated, tired, depressed, more energetic and moods improved.
Not everyone needs to stop eating things such as potatoes, rice and corn starch. All of these are 100% gluten free and can be used as an alternative staple food along with fresh fruits and vegetables, dried nuts and poultry.
Studies have shown going Gluten-Free can also improve fatigue, headaches (including Migraines), joint and muscle pain and insomnia.
Will it help me lose weight?
Everyone that goes Gluten free reacts differently to it. Sometimes it is not about losing weight but rather taking care of your overall health. Although maintaining a strict diet and cutting out Gluten can show signs in weight loss, gluten free snacking such as Bakali Rice cakes and corn cakes would be a great start to any diet.
Is Gluten bad for me?
Yes and No. Gluten is a protein that gives certain breads and cakes its elasticity and glue like texture. Gluten can also be harmful in a sense as the human digestive system cannot break down gluten the way it can break down other foods and instead it sits in your gut causing abdominal pain, fatigue and leaves you feeling bloated. Gluten has nutritional value such as fibre and iron, but can easily be replaces with more ideal foods such as fruits and vegetable supplements.
How do I cut out gluten from my diet?
You don’t need to be on a diet to cut gluten out. It’s ideal for people who want to improve their lifestyle and eating habits or just overall to choose healthier alternatives. You can start simply by switching out rye bread or bread and replacing with Bakali rice cakes or corn cakes. You can mix and match toppings to your satisfaction and feel the difference to your digestive system and mind in a matter of weeks.
Studies have proven a Gluten-Free diet can also help the following mental/physical disorders:
Leading a carefully examined diet can lead to a better and healthier life.