Major Rise in Gluten Intolerance, but why?

Incredibly interesting articlefrom The Natural Recovery Plan explaining why gluten intolerance has risen so much in the past several decades.

After I completed my first Whole30 back in October I realized I have a big issue with grains (especially gluten), maybe you should read this and consider giving up gluten for a month and see how YOU react to a reintroduction.

Maybe you feel good now, maybe you have stomach issues or inflammation or headaches.  The thing is, you will never know how GREAT you can feel until you clear your body of the possible issues and add them back one at a time.  Don’t you think you should fuel your body with premium if you want to run for the next 80 years?  Just a thought 🙂

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Comments: 2

  1. steve S. November 27, 2013 at 1:19 pm Reply

    I think the reason for the higher incidence of gluten intolerance is because of the proliferation of more and more genetically modified food. The GMO food creates havoc in your intestines and immune system. Just another reason to apply pressure against Monsanto, the devil corporation.

  2. Cyn Cyr December 14, 2013 at 7:50 pm Reply

    I think that celiac disease is caused by something even more insidious. Could it be that we are only intolerant of grains because of other foods that are causing these reactions to grains? I agree that the GMO businesses are loving what they think they are doing, by Agribusiness companies that “grow food” for the world, but make a huge profit in volume. The foods produced by these companies are poisoning our people, not feeding them. WAKE UP people…eat raw or non-processed foods, and know from where your food is coming. Grow your own, if you are able.
    Take charge, or you will be saying one day “My doctor PUT ME ON….some damned drug…because of some ailment you contracted that made you sick…get real food…not adulterated food…fake food …. out out, damned GMOs.

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