Guide to who shouldn’t eat gluten
If you suspect that you don’t react well to gluten, please read this article!
If you are going to be tested for celiac disease do it before going gluten free on your own or you might not react to the blood test.
But if you’re like a growing number of us are, intolerant to gluten instead of having celiac disease, try eliminating gluten and see how you feel. Then slowly add foods back in and keep a diary of your symptoms.
I have an intolerance to wheat but can eat spelt and oat flour. See what works and doesn’t work for you before spending lots of money on gluten free products.
And remember, just because it’s gluten free down not mean it’s healthy! Watch your portions and don’t fall into the same track that snagged us years ago with the “fat-free” craze. These “fat-free” foods had tons of sugar and caused people to gain, not lose, weight.