What are common gluten allergies? How do you know if you have a gluten intolerance? Less than 10 years ago, experts reported that 1 in 2,500 people had a gluten intolerance. Today, that number jumped to 1 in 133! And what’s worse, over 90% of these people have not been diagnosed. This means, people are walking around everyday eating gluten-filled foods, feeling the negative effects and failing to make the connection to the allergy! Could this be you?
-Bloated and heaviness, especially around your midsection?
-Tired & lethargic for no reason?
-Unsatisfied after a meal and hungry for more food shortly after?
-Inflammation and swelling of your joints?
-Unwanted and stubborn belly fat that won’t go away no matter how many sit-ups you do?
…If you answered YES to any of these, chances are you have some level of a gluten intolerance. Some people react a lot worse to gluten than others, but even if you experience mild gluten allergies, it may be time to remove gluten out of your diet!
There are three easy steps to removing gluten from your diet and into a slimmer body with more energy:
Step #1: Identify the Gluten
Step #2. Remove the Gluten
Step #3: Replace the Gluten
Going gluten free is easy and fun, especially since the results can be instant! Even if you DON’T have any of the aforementioned gluten allergies apparent, I highly recommend removing gluten for better health and energy benefits!