Wheat-Free Diet for Health

muffin_93121798Would you like to lose extra pounds or find relief from sinus and allergic congestion? Then you may greatly benefit by eliminating wheat products from your diet.

Many women are allergic to the gluten (protein) contained in wheat, rye and oats and aren’t aware of this sensitivity. If you don’t tolerate gluten-containing grains, you may have “false fat”. This is extra weight due to bloating and inflammation.

Gluten also causes digestive symptoms including cramping, gas, diarrhea or constipation and worsens irritable bowel syndrome. It also aggravates PMS, depression, fibromyalgia, autoimmune diseases, sinusitis, bronchitis and middle ear infection in many women and even in susceptible children.

Luckily, there are many great substitutions for gluten containing grains that you can use in your diet. My favorite substitutes are brown rice, millet, quinoa, wild rice, amaranth and buckwheat. These grains are available as flours for baking, ready made breads, bagels, cereals, waffles, cookies, muffins, cakes and other desserts. They are delicious, easy to digest and without the health problems caused by gluten. Love, Dr. Susan

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  • Johnnie mae Meeks says:

    I Need to start using those because I have a lot of extra fat just my stomach area

  • Jacquie says:

    Thank you very much for your information.
    I have a chronic runny, stuffy nose. Inflammation throughout my body, breadth cancer survivor, battle depression and sleeplessness at night, fibroymyagia and dome other ailments. I’m ready to listen and do the work.

  • JoAnna Crane says:

    Love making coconut milk!!!!

  • Maggie says:

    Love the muffins up in the article. Can I get the recipe?

  • patricia gee says:

    Can’t wait for the info thank you

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