Is Gluten-Free for you? There are many benefits for leading a gluten-free lifestyle BUT ONLY IF YOU HAVE AN INTOLERANCE OR ARE POSITIVE FOR CELIACS DISEASE. Many people will tout the benefits of a gluten-free lifestyle such as more energy, a feeling of well-being and weightloss. Weightloss is an easy take because as you become gluten-free you aren't able to access that lovely refillable container of fluffy white bread at restaurants, the boxes of aromatic wheat-based pastries and buying and eating those box of very yummy oreos every week.
A new year starts with a New Year's Resolution to create a better space in your life. Many people choose a healthy lifestyle goal for their new year and this year is no exception. According to statisticbrain.com, three of the top 10 New Year's resolutions are health related. Not surprisingly, a larger number of people each year are trying a gluten-free lifestyle. Should you try gluten-free? Is it really worth the hassle?
Try "RENTING" the gluten-free lifestyle for one month Once I heard a speaker talk about "renting" an idea. What a great in between for those who don't want to neccessarily commit, but are interested in trying it out. "Renting" an idea is the process of setting up for success for a short period of time, a trial period so to speak, to find out if what you are trying out is something you want to pursue further. Think of renting an idea like going on a first date: if it doesn't work out, then you can always try another one!
You are a good candidate for being gluten-free if: