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What is Gluten Free? Gluten Free Living Explained [NOOK Book]

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What exactly is this thing called gluten? Gluten can be found in wheat, malts, rye, triticale, and barley. It is commonly used as an additive in foods to add more flavor, to thicken foods, to stabilize foods, and is often labeled as “dextrin”. A gluten free diet is one that does not include foods that contain the protein known as gluten.

For many, consuming foods containing...
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Overview

What exactly is this thing called gluten? Gluten can be found in wheat, malts, rye, triticale, and barley. It is commonly used as an additive in foods to add more flavor, to thicken foods, to stabilize foods, and is often labeled as “dextrin”. A gluten free diet is one that does not include foods that contain the protein known as gluten.

For many, consuming foods containing gluten has become a serious health issue. If this includes you or someone you love, it is vital that you learn more about gluten and how it affects your well-being.

Starting on a gluten free diet does not have to be difficult, and you do not need to feel deprived. Some basic guidelines can help you through the process.

The first step to switching your way of eating to avoid gluten is to focus on foods you know you can have.

And that is where we come in!

If you have found yourself concerned about ingesting gluten and want to know what is gluten free and what is not, we can help!

If you believe a gluten free diet is something you want to do in order to live a healthier lifestyle, keep reading!

Introducing "What is Gluten Free? Gluten Free Living Explained", a powerful resource guide written with you in mind.

Inside this amazing, easy to read eBook, you will discover so much information that will enable you to then make an informed decision about gluten in your diet.

Here is what you will find inside your copy of "What is Gluten Free? Gluten Free Living Explained":

• Why Go Gluten Free?
• What is Celiac Disease?
• A Link Between Gluten and Autism?
• Top Ten Reasons to Go Gluten Free
• How to Maintain a Gluten Free Diet, and Still Stay Healthy
• Transforming Your Pantry to be Gluten Free
• Shopping Tips
• Meal Prep Tips
• Gluten Free Snacks and Sweets
• Some of the Best Gluten Free Snack Recipes
• Some of the Best Gluten Free Dessert Recipes
• Keeping Kids Happy Around Their Gluten Eating Friends
• Eating Out While Staying Gluten Free

As you can see, we cover all the bases addressing what is and what is not gluten free. We take this subject seriously as it pertains to your health. It is our hope that, once you have finished reading this book, you will better understand what gluten is all about and then decide for yourself what this means for you.

So, what are you waiting for? Get your copy of "What is Gluten Free? Gluten Free Living Explained" today and educate yourself as to what this talk about gluten is all about. It could well be for the benefit of your health and the health of your loved ones!
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013140691
  • Publisher: Learning Life eBooks
  • Publication date: 7/26/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 507,813
  • File size: 114 KB

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