Hey, often the most believable scientific informaiton is what your body tells you – not what was published in a research study or what the media would have you believe.
I like Ms. Kaye’s quote:
Gluten intolerance = the inability to ingest gluten without becoming sick.
So: If I am gluten-intolerant and I ingest gluten, then I will become sick.
True: If I ingest gluten, then I become sick.
True: I am unable to ingest gluten without becoming sick.
From this, I deduce that I am gluten-intolerant.
If ingesting gluten makes me feel sick, then I’m not going to ingest gluten.
There is much debate around the subject of gluten. Researchers continue to publish studies with new findings, and people continue to adopt a gluten-free diet — both those who have been tested …
If you feel better when you don’t eat gluten, then don’t eat gluten.
Looking for some excellent gluten-free substitutes for foods you already love?
To my surprise, I was delighted at this food and honestly, I realized with the list below, you can’t tell the difference for the most part (thank you!) — which is the whole point.
Daily MailGluten-Free Food Doesn’t SuckHuffington Post (blog)I was already cranky that week at just becoming a gluten intolerance baby. Secondly, I wanted to smack someone for even suggesting it would be easy to sit there and eat my “nasty” gluten-fr …