Great blog. I have been cutting back on gluten just because I am getting older and one to look younger. Thank you for the info
I did not know that it took so long to clear your system of gluten. Interesting, to say the least. I have been a very low carb diet so I have cut out a ton of gluten products and am noticing a difference in the way my body feels and it has only been 3 weeks.
I did not know you needed that much time for the diet to really kick in. Thank you for sharing this information!
You should really watch your gluten intake for health reasons.
I have never tried going gluten free yet, but i have been thinking about it. This was great information and something to think about.
Makes a lot of sense. Thanks for the info. Very interesting.
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Love this post, I'm not Gluten intolerant but I believe as a society we consume far to much gluten
I don't have a gluten intolerance but I think that too much of anything, especially highly processed, is bad for you. The problem with gluten today is the form- highly processed and our bodies have starting reacting because of over exposure.
I have anaphylaxis allergies and it sucks.
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Informative, as always. I've never really thought about gluten until now. I'm going to read more about it.
Yes people who have a gluten sensitivity should not eat it. However, those who are not sensitive to it should eat it. Lack of gluten can cause problems.
I know of a lot of parents whose kids have autism do the Gluten Free Diet.
Gluten free seems to be the hottest craze now and I have asked myself is it a fad or is it a health issue. Great post.
Are people sensitive to Gluten?? I never thought, anyone could be sensitive to Gluten.
Gluten is a very complicated term as one survey shows that people who are believing they are on gluten diet did not really know what is the real meaning of being gluten and for me dieting is nice but why we limit ourself - life is too short and we must enjoy every single day or meal we can have.
I'm really not aware of this. Thanks for sharing!
Just like everything, there are ups and downs about being gluten-free. I think it's kind of an "in" thing at the moment. But people have lived years not even knowing the term and have been fine :)
Good info though.
I believe you need more than 6 mths to heal your gut. I damage my gut over 35 years and so far it's has taken 6years to heal my gut and I'm still healing.
Yes, that is spot-on, Kylie! Adding in supplements and working with a functional medicine doctor will speed the process up a bit (maybe 3-4 months), but with dietary changes alone it can take upwards of a year or more to heal the gut lining. If yours is taking that long to heal I would highly recommend finding a functional med doctor near you and making sure you don't have SIBO, a parasite, malabsorption, or something else that is keeping you from getting better.
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