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iHealthTube Featuring: Is This the Biggest Trigger of Autoimmune Issues? And Gluten Free Food Online

Published on 5/13/2019
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Autoimmune conditions can manifest into a number of different issues. Is this one of the biggest triggers? Listen to what Dr. Nasha Winters says is the biggest trigger today of autoimmune conditions. It's something that's around you more than you know!
Gluten Free Food Online
By: Douglas Barnes
 

There are some people who just cannot take gluten in their regular diets, such as those suffering from Celiac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis, rheumatoid arthritis, and other autoimmune disorders like lupus. This makes gluten-free food choices highly important to their health and nutrition and overall food satisfaction. If you or anyone in your family is allergic to gluten, you need to find the best sources for gluten-free fare.
 
   

What is gluten?

Gluten is actually a mixture of proteins that is known to have harmful effects in the gut, especially for people diagnosed with Celiac disease or gluten intolerance. The common sources of gluten include wheat, barley, and rye. Therefore, the more common types of food where gluten may be an ingredient include pasta, biscuits, cakes, bread, and other bread mixes, to name a few. Since most of these fare are found in almost everyone’s daily diet and are normally stacked in grocery stores, sufferers of Celiac disease, autoimmune conditions, and gluten intolerance often have a hard time finding food products that are gluten-free.

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Gluten is also found in beverages, such as in barley-based drinks like beer and barley fruit drinks. Yogurt and cheese spreads may also contain gluten, as well as ready-mix spices, spice powders, and even certain kinds of medicines.

Nonetheless, there are also many kinds of healthy food that do not contain gluten. Almost all fruits and vegetables do not contain gluten, and most alcoholic drinks, except for beer, are typically gluten-free. Add to this list eggs, cheese, and coffee creamers.

Buying healthy choices

People suffering from Celiac disease as well as dermatitis herpetiformis need to find healthy food options that do not contain any gluten. Celiac disease patients often suffer from a dearth of nutrients, since there is the tendency to omit different types of essential foods from their diet. Gluten intolerance may also lead to complications, which is why a healthy but gluten-free diet is very much needed. Fortunately, you can easily find gluten-free foods online, from nibbles and snacks to beverages and dinner favorites such as bread mixes and pastas.

Finding gluten-free food online

Most people who are allergic to gluten need to make a few trips to the grocery stores just to be able to buy the food that does not lead to any sensitive reactions. If you find this quite inconvenient, you can choose to shop for your favorite gluten-free choices on the web. It is an inexpensive, easy, and hassle-free way to find your favorite fare without sacrificing on your nutritional intake or making the wrong choices.

Celiac disease, autoimmune conditions, and gluten intolerance can be made more manageable by choosing gluten-free food types. You also don’t need to rack your brains on which products to go for and which to avoid, which can be highly inconvenient. There are great gluten-free food choices to be found online, and now you can buy them easily without having to leave home.
 
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