By Maria Cumming and Alane Palmer, ND, CNC
Are you really gluten sensitive? This is the question that I really wanted to know. I have got to tell you the truth; I went back and forth on gluten. I think it was partially because food plays a big role in life and for me. I bake…a lot! On a side note maybe I was a little addicted to the carbs too! I tried to stop gluten for a while, but I could not discern the difference in the way that I felt, so I reintroduced gluten back in. What I did not know is that I could have performed a Gluten Sensitivity test to be certain whether or not gluten and I could get along. I did eventually find out that I needed to remain gluten free and it was good to know for sure! I feel much better and have even lost the extra weight I needed to lose! I still enjoy baking, but now I have new gluten-free recipes to enjoy!
There has been a lot of back in forth on whether gluten is good for people or not. Some research says that not as many people are gluten sensitive. All this back and forth with different research can all be so confusing, but it does not have to be! You can find out if you have a gluten sensitivity just by doing a very Comprehensive Gluten Sensitivity test kit. The truth is for some people gluten is not much of a problem while for others, gluten could have an enormous impact on their health and sense of well-being.
If you are experiencing digestive issues, anxiety, depression, fatigue, weight gain or the inability to lose weight, autoimmunity, brain fog, headaches, migraines, skin challenges, or even serious medical conditions like heart disease and cancer, these could be hints that you may have a gluten sensitivity.
These are the two tests we highly suggest if you are wondering about Gluten Sensitivity and even grains sensitivities.
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Medical disclaimer: Our Gluten Sensitivity and Gluten Cross Gluten Reactivity test kits and all tests cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.