101 tips on living gluten free

By Amy-lee Winfield

Smashwords Edition | Copyright 2013 Amy-lee Winfield

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Whether you have been diagnosed as a celiac or you are simply looking for a healthier lifestyle, choosing to remove gluten from you diet can be a positive move towards a happier healthier way of living.

If you have just been diagnosed with celiac disease then it helps to have an understanding what that actually means. Celiac disease is a relatively common condition that affects the digestive process. Someone who is intolerant to gluten will have experienced side effects from consuming it such as diarrhoea, heavy bloating and sometimes even severe abdominal pain.

These symptoms are caused by the natural defence system against infection called the immune system. It can sometimes mistake things such as gluten as being hostile and treat it like it would a virus. The immune response is to then attack the gluten that has been consumed, which can unfortunately lead to damage the small intestine.

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