Should You Go Gluten Free?

Gluten-free diets are the latest Hollywood trend. Celebrities such as Elisabeth Hasselbeck and Gwyneth Paltrow have moved the gluten-free lifestyle into the spotlight.

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"It's no wonder that avoiding the stuff can help us lose weight: it's in everything from fried chicken to pizza to beer."

Folks, while it's good to be wary of diet fads, sometimes they do get at least one idea right. Large numbers of people, perhaps even the majority of the population, are adversely affected by gluten on some level. Grains and sugars are inherently pro-inflammatory and will worsen any condition that has chronic inflammation at its root.

My nutrition plan begins with a Gluten Free diet so that some basis can be built to begin a true customized diet for the individual. I cannot stress enough the importance of finding out your nutritional type to help you determine whether grains should be in your diet at all, or whether you'd benefit from a higher protein, higher fat diet, or another combination, instead.

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