All the knowledge and information will surely follow. It will always be food for thought. Your love and interest for all things healthy will continue to grow on you, like the good protein you are using to grow and maintain the healthy bones and muscles in your body. Those of you who are not healthy at this time, please take some encouragement from this short introductory note on the rare celiac disease.
Help is around the corner. Health is on its way, and it does not have to come by way of harmful and bitter prescribed medications. The march has been on for quite some time. The soldiers of good health continue to stock the shelves with natural produce and remedies which turn out to be so much more effective than the chemical conventions. For instance, the strict adoption of a gluten free diet proves to be so much more effective than antibiotics that carry with it harmful side effects for sensitive eaters.
In any case, it is quite possible and easy to avoid the consumption of gluten induced products altogether. It is quite easy to identify the gluten free alternatives on your supermarket shelves. As a matter of course, they all carry the gluten free label. Gluten’s shelf life, however, may well be doomed as awareness continues to grow. The use of gluten gives consumers no benefits to their body’s health whatsoever.
Its main benefit would appear to be purely aesthetic in the sense that folks are still in love with the shape and texture of their food products. But people can and should fall in love with color. Just think of it. If you could list all the available fruits and vegetables under the sun, how many colors could you come up with. And incidentally, they are all gluten free. Going on a gluten free diet is the safe and easy way out.
And onwards and upwards to good health and longevity. But do not be alarmed if you are currently dealing with gluten intolerance. You may not be a victim of an extremely rare disease.