I t feels like everyone and their sister these days is nixing gluten or dairy from their diets. And it makes sense: many people have an intolerance to these foods, which can lead to a slew of extremely unpleasant side effects, from bloating to indigestion and nutrient deficiencies. Yet, when you need to get rid of both, it means ditching a lot of different foods, making meal prep and eating out way harder. Plus, is it even a good idea to do both at the same time? People who have Celiac disease, a non-Celiac gluten intolerance, or a wheat and gluten allergy all cannot eat gluten for various different reasons. People with a non-Celiac gluten intolerance do not have Celiac but still experience serious digestive issues when they eat gluten. And for someone with a wheat and gluten allergy, they might experience rashes, hives, sneezing, or a runny nose after eating wheat products. But for people who have Celiac disease or a non-Celiac gluten intolerance, some research shows that they release higher levels of zonulin in response to gluten, which can prevent the tight junctions from being able to repair the damage.
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My husband warns that it may be flavor-free. Right is wrong in this instance. If you want to skip the whole daily diary thing, you can read my review of the program and conclusions here. Small black coffee. Water with lemon and lime slices. Dinner: Large dinner salad with roasted beets, avocado, carrots, tomatoes, green onions, cashews, nicoise olives, and leftover chicken that I cooked at lunchtime. It was even better cold! Making that again.