The benefits of a gluten-free diet include better intestinal health, reduced GI pains and more stable energy levels. Avoid gluten by sticking to whole foods and check food labels withtips from a licensed dietitian in this free video on health and nutrition. Expert: Rachael Richardson Contact: www.nutrolution.com Bio: Rachael Richardson is a registered dietitian and a Florida licensed nutritionist. Richardson has earned degrees from the University of North Florida and Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Filmmaker: Paul Muller
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@despookyhhr i have? that to i got it when i was 7 years old :/ and its badd i cant eat weat gluten barley oats and rusks :/ i hate it when people go i gluten free its so hard but they never think of others that are worse :/ x and do you no any great brands for it i only get mine from glutafen :/ thanks Jade xx
Wow. I was embarrassed for this chick. Chicken’s graze on grass? All gluten free products are clearly labeled? (No they aren’t for the record.) Umm…the crux of what she is saying is accurate, going gluten free will make you feel better,? however I wouldn’t want to be one of her clients. Scary! O_o
Here’s the deal…going gluten free doesn’t mean no fiber…hence, you eat fruits, veggies and beans. If you’ve been eating low fiber, then it’s because you’re not eating enough fruits and veggies. I use to work for a Gastro and a Colon and Rectal Specialist, I know.? Granted, not everything can be cured with a Gluten Free diet just as it can’t be cured with fruits and veggie diet. Some people have arthritis because thta’s the way it is. As far as the other issues, try lots of veggies.