For many years now, and more and more often, we have been hearing about intolerance to gluten, a substance contained in wheat and other cereals and, consequently, massively present in the typical Mediterranean diet. celiac disease
(quite disabling disease consisting in a strong aversion to gluten and the sensitivity
gluten, much less invasive and dangerous. In the first case, a gluten-free diet must be strictly followed, while in the second case, it has been demonstrated by the AIGO Italian Association of Hospital Gastroenterologists with recent targeted studies, that those with a simple sensitivity can alternate gluten-free periods with moments in which to eat anything, without discrimination. Sensitivity to gluten causes disorders very similar to those of the irritable bowel: nausea, frequent bowel movements, headaches and abdominal pain. In these situations, depriving yourself of gluten for at least 2 or 3 weeks can partially solve the problem. On the other hand, those who are celiac must adhere to very specific and more rigid rules: use only gluten-free pots and cutlery, avoid restaurants that do not clearly indicate gluten-free dishes on the menu and keep all foods containing gluten separate from others, in the pantry, in the fridge and on the table. What are the foods to avoid? Gluten is present in wheat, wheat, spelled, barley, rye, sorghum, kamut, triticale and spelled. Therefore all the flours produced with these cereals, common bread, many types of pasta including the most used, that of durum wheat, and so on should be avoided.osì via…
A celiac can use Herbalife products?
Yes, but not all of course. We suggest, for example,Formula 1 free
, lactose and gluten free, therefore suitable for all gluten intolerant people who want to keep fit or lose weight. It is a low-calorie meal replacement, great for both breakfast and main meals. With blueberry and pomegranate extract, vitamins A, C, D, E and lots of iron, this appetizing smoothie helps to keep body weight under control, without feeling hunger and without causing problems for celiacs.