A little too close to truth for your blood?
Less than 1% does not equal "a lot".
It's at least 5%, and those are known cases. In the United States that's 15 million people.
There's a political and economic agenda in denying that gluten intolerance is becoming widespread because the likely culprit is in our food production system. Monsanto has practically become a sacred cow in the United States (no pun intended), thanks to Obama's Monsanto Protection Act.
I acknowledge that it's also a fad and a lot of people eating gluten free don't have intolerance, but so what?
A lot of people think that their body reacts poorly to gluten when it does not, that is the problem.
Ignorance is always a problem.
If I'm not gluten intolerant whatsoever, what's wrong with me choosing a gluten free diet?
Besides, nothing you've said negates the evidence I just posted.
how to become gluten free: stop eating anything containing gluten
you will mess your body up so badly that even if you weren't gluten intolerant, you will become so
honest to god, we as a people get stupider by the decade
I'd love to hear why you say that. For me, the research is ongoing while I am making major adjustments to my diet.
only because if you completely eliminate gluten from your diet it is hard to introduce it again
it became a craze for a while to eliminate it but if there is no reason to do so, it doesn't help your body so why bother
now if you have celiac disease (Celiac disease is caused by a reaction to gliadin - a gluten protein found in wheat, barley, rye, and sometimes oats) then you have to eliminate it
I believe food is all about health and our health depends in great part upon our diet
yes it certainly could be the first signs that you should be reducing itI agree with you that "you are what you eat". In my case, I've eaten gluten all my life with no outwardly problems, but a blood test showed elevated inflammatory markers in certain area which the natural doc attributed to gluten. I needed to really cut back on the carbs anyway.
yes it certainly could be the first signs that you should be reducing it
I really understand that bread isn't good for us, not really....if it didn't come from the ground or have a momma it is processed and processed isn't the greatest
and while I can't give it up entirely I try to reduce the consumption
sometimes after eating bread my stomach feels heavy and sick....not a good sign