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For this reason, you’ll often find sprouted bread in the refrigerated section at the supermarket. u Gluten-free Gluten-free living is all the rage these days, so it’s easier to find a wide array of breads without gluten.
In addition to posting dozens of recipes and nutrition advice on the site, Cotter also sells her own gluten-free energy and protein creations called Healthy Bites.
Gluten-free is a medical diet for a medical issue. If you go gluten-free, you often shun many processed, high-fat, high-calorie foods like bagels, pizza, and beer—which often contain flour from wheat grain, and thus gluten. That part of gluten-free sucks, but that is just how it goes.
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For one, there’s the added expense. “Gluten-free products can be more costly,” notes Jay. Also, just because something is gluten-free doesn’t mean you can eat an unlimited quantity of it.
NUTRITION CONCERNS: I went gluten-free three months ago, as I was having headaches and digestive issues. Finally, consider whether gluten-free is truly what your body needs.
It’s always a treat to have some homemade cookies or pastries that are gluten-free, since snacks like that are usually not that common.
Kim recently tweeted, “Gluten free is way to be.” Co-host of tlC series Freaky Eaters JJ virgin tells OK! she may be right: “Gluten is addictive,” JJ says of the protein found in certain grains, like wheat, so you can easily overeat and gain weight.
There certainly are legitimate reasons to give up gluten. The only way to test for that is to stop eating gluten and see how you feel. “Be sure to substitute in unprocessed grains like amaranth and quinoa, not just ‘gluten-free’ processed foods,” says Sims.
Then in 2009, she started a line of gluten-free baking mixes and granola called Purely Elizabeth, which is now her main focus.
He bought gluten-free products, but many were packed with nuts and fat—not the best for the athletic energy needs of the 2011 Wildflower Long Course champion.
One thing is clear: Gluten or not, the man can put it away. The team makes sweet potatoes for me, which my body digests easily.” “As much as I love being gluten-free, one thing I miss is regular bread.
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