Gluten Sensitivity Diet Plan – Sustainable Health In Good Taste

gluten sensitivity diet plan

Are you seeking a gluten sensitivity diet plan that works and can taste good? Is it even possible?  The simple answer is yes!

If you are suffering from any of the following symptoms then consider some of the options a gluten sensitivity diet plan can offer.

  • Joint pain
  • Headaches
  • Fatigue
  • Brain fog
  • Skin disturbances
  • Bloating or gas
  • Nausea and stomach cramps

Gluten sensitivity is always a combination of symptoms or reactions to protein gluten. A diet free of barley, wheat, rye, and triticale will typically move you to a new found level of wellness. It will take some getting used to your gluten sensitivity diet plan as with all things new. However, it will be worth the changes.

Here are some of the top gluten free foods that the Mayo Clinic suggests are allowed for a gluten sensitivity diet plan.

Many healthy and delicious foods are naturally gluten-free:

Beans, seeds and nuts in their natural, unprocessed form
Fresh eggs
Fresh meats, fish and poultry (not breaded, batter-coated or marinated)
Fruits and vegetables
Most dairy products

It’s important to make sure that they are not processed or mixed with gluten-containing grains, additives or preservatives. Many grains and starches can be part of a gluten-free diet, such as:

Amaranth
Arrowroot
Buckwheat
Corn and cornmeal
Flax
Gluten-free flours (rice, soy, corn, potato, bean)
Hominy (corn)
Millet
Quinoa
Rice
Sorghum
Soy
Tapioca
Teff

 

It may seem that the list for foods to avoid is far larger than the foods you may include but do not be deterred. Fall in love with how you will feel after you eat vs. the many cravings that are leading you to illness.

Here are a few gluten free recipes that will blow your mind and make you hungry! Gluten free is not synonymous with tasteless food.

You can then additionally accent your gluten sensitivity diet plan by including superfoods. Gluten free superfoods can build strength, endurance, and stamina in ways that are sustainable. Your sustainable health event then takes you through life without symptoms that deplete you of energy.

Superfoods are the best complimentary support for a gluten free diet. They provide all the micronutrients, enzymes, minerals and vitamins that your body needs. There are, of course, many superfoods from which to choose. Here is a list of superfood formulations that have been created by a company called Purium. Purium health products are organic whole food ingredients combined to provide a high density of nutrition.

Here are a few of the many gluten free superfoods available for your gluten sensitivity diet plan:

Organic carrot juice any time you want it. Carrot juice no longer requires the machines and the mess that has to be cleaned up. gluten sensitivity diet plan

If you are looking for a meal replacement with weight loss in mind then gluten sensitivity diet planconsider the L.O.V. (live organic vegan) supermeal.

Organic bio-fruit is another whole food based product that provides a wide variety of fruits for any healthy smoothie you might like to create for yourself.

As far as your daily protein – dietary protein will supply some amount of constituent amino acids but makes your body work very hard to separate bio-available protein from the waste. Super amino 23  protein is the best I have found to meet the protein needs of the body.

Organic spirulina and and cracked cell chlorella are also great sources of protein. Both offer an abundance of vitamins and minerals.  Spirulina contains copious amounts of Vitamin B12 and Vitamin K.

Chlorella provides Vitamin C and iron. Vitamin A is present in both spirulina and chlorella. Some studies indicate that spirulina and chlorella protect against radiation and toxic environmental exposure. This video will provide a glimpse into the production of spirulina.

 

In conclusion these are but a few of the many superfoods that can compliment your growing interest in a more customized diet for yourself.

Stay away from processed food. Do not be fooled by the many gluten free cookies or cakes. They are simply gluten free processed foods using a label for a disguise.

If you would like to speak directly with Dr. Fleischer about your gluten sensitivity diet plan please contact us.

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About The Author

DrMike

Dr. Michael Fleischer, author of the book "GMO Free Food, How The Modern Food Supply Puts Our Health At Risk", now puts emphasis on what your choice of nutrient dense food - superfoods will do to change your life. He offers a free consultation to anyone seeking to lose weight, build muscle and reclaim their health with nutrient dense real foods. Schedule your appointment today by contacting us today.