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What is Gluten?
Gluten is a protein found in some grains; wheat, barley, rye, oat and triticale. Gluten makes products chewy and gives food an elastic quality.

Why Should You Go Gluten-Free?

1. You Have Celiac Disease
Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease where eating anything with gluten will cause your immune system to react and attack the small intestine lining.

Over time, the damage caused by this would lead to trouble absorbing nutrients after meals. Your body won't have the nutrients it needs to function correctly, so you might have issues with growth or develop symptoms.

Those with celiac disease need to eliminate gluten from their diet permanently.

For those with Celiac Disease, removing gluten will improve their ability to take in nutrients, improving their bone health, hair, nails, skin, and ability to gain healthy weight. It will also eliminate symptoms such as gas, bloating and diarrhea.

2. You have a Gluten-Intolerance
It is possible to be sensitive to gluten without having Celiac disease or other conditions. In this case, you might experience mild symptoms and could benefit from removing gluten from your diet. Unfortunately, the majority of people in the world are unaware of gluten sensitivity and remain undiagnosed.

3. You have an Inflammatory Bowel Disorder (IBD)
IBD refers to a family of bowel disorders such as Crohn’s, Ulcerative Colitis and unclassified IBD. Following a gluten-free diet will be necessary to eliminate symptoms.

However, since its rise in popularity, the gluten-free diet has gained traction among those without gluten-intolerant conditions!

There are a few other common reasons someone might want to switch to a gluten-free diet, besides an allergy.

4. Following a Gluten-Free Diet Can Help You Eat Less Processed Foods
Products with gluten are usually highly refined, processed, and high in calories. Eating many processed and high-calorie foods can lead to weight gain, poor health and disease. Focusing on a less processed, more natural, whole-food diet can improve your health and help manage your weight.

5. Following a Gluten-Free Diet can Improve Your Energy Levels
Those that follow a gluten-free diet reported feeling more mental alertness and clarity and more energy overall!

6. Removing gluten can Improve a Leaky Gut
Some have found that eliminating gluten improves unpleasant digestive issues or inflammation and improved their leaky gut.

7. Removing gluten can Improve Lactose-intolerance
The enzyme "lactose," which helps digest dairy products, sits in the small intestine. Allowing the small intestine lining to recover and strengthen can help your lactose enzyme work better.

8. Following a Gluten-Free Diet can Improve Mental health
Those with a gluten-intolerance with symptoms of depression and other mental health conditions reported improved mental health after following a gluten-free diet.

9. Following a Gluten-Free Diet can Reduce the Frequency of Migraines
There is a clear link between gluten intolerance and migraines. For some, eating gluten causes inflammation. The inflammation can spread throughout the body, causing a migraine.

10. Following a Gluten-Free Diet can Improve Joint Pain
For some, ingesting gluten can cause inflammation. The inflammation can spread throughout the body and cause joint pain.

How to Eat a Gluten-Free Diet?
You can eat any foods that are naturally gluten-free or marked as gluten-free:

  • Naturally gluten-free grains and starches: Buckwheat, amaranth, quinoa, millet, sorghum, corn (polenta), wild rice, teff, soy, flax, hominy, and rice.
  • Naturally gluten-free foods: Beans, seeds, nuts, fresh meat, poultry, fish, fresh eggs, dairy products, fruits, vegetables, oils, and herbs.

Then, you should avoid some foods unless they are labelled as gluten-free. 

  • Foods with gluten include: bread, french fries, cakes and pies, candies, cereals, cookies, pasta, beer, crackers, salad dressings, croutons, gravies, imitation meat, processed meat, matzo, sauces, and tortilla chips.

Where to Find Gluten-Free Products?
For those allergic to gluten, finding a source for alternatives can be hard. You want to enjoy all of the things you love but need to find delicious substitutes for your favourite foods, like bread, flour and pasta. And we've got you covered!

Catch your favourite film with Lesser EVIL Organic Popcorn

Use Siete Grain-Free Kettle Cooked Sea Salt Potato for chips and salsa! Chips and salsa never goes out of style! 

Whether you add your milk before your cereal or your cereal after your milk, Forager Project Organic Grain-Free Os is ready to hit the cereal bowl at any time!

You don't have to give up sweets on a gluten-free diet! Jennie's Organic Grain-Free Double Chocolate Macaroons are here for you! 

Want more? Check out our website to shop for all of your favourite gluten-free products today!