Anyone not a celiac but gone gluten free?

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justjake09
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So yeah same as above, has anyone else gone gluten free who isnt a celiac? For health reasons/weight loss?
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Nobody is that stupid. If you want to lose weight, exercise and stop eating crap.
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Why would you do that?
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I have - it's helped me enormously. I did as part of an elimination diet along with dairy. I have the odd gluten based product and def. feel the effects of it after.


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Unless you have an intolerance, why would you want give up gluten? I'm on a wheat free diet which us similar. Eating out is a pain.
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Had a Chinese meal last night..think my body didn't like as had pains all day and felt quite poorly. So best I cut that out now. Gluten is high in Chinese I realise. And I had dairy ice cream so that prob finished me off.


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Had a Chinese meal last night..think my body didn't like as had pains all day and felt quite poorly. So best I cut that out now. Gluten is high in Chinese I realise. And I had dairy ice cream so that prob finished me off.


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It may have been something else you ate?
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Studies have shown that going gluten-free when not a celiac doesn't nothing for your health.
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It may have been something else you ate?
Too much of a good thing comes to mind still since cutting gluten out I've felt more energised and less bloated.
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Yeah, my step dad needed to for health reasons, so no gluten in this household :P
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I make a mean gluten free brownie - every time comes out chocolatey and gooey


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(Original post by Quiet _One86)
Had a Chinese meal last night..think my body didn't like as had pains all day and felt quite poorly. So best I cut that out now. Gluten is high in Chinese I realise. And I had dairy ice cream so that prob finished me off.


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Perhaps you just ate too much Chinese food and ice cream?

There really is no point in cutting stuff out unless you're actually, genuinely intolerant of it.

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(Original post by Mushi_master)
Perhaps you just ate too much Chinese food and ice cream?

There really is no point in cutting stuff out unless you're actually, genuinely intolerant of it.

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Yeah thanks for that.


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I really don't understand why people bother cutting it out unless you have an intolerance? If you're trying to improve your health and wellbeing: exercise and more vegetables.
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ASAP science did a video showing why there's no point in cutting out gluten unless you have intolerance to it.
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Too much of a good thing comes to mind still since cutting gluten out I've felt more energised and less bloated.
Maybe you're intolerant but just not celiac? I was having some problems and my doctor suggested that I cut gluten out and see if I felt and improvement, and I did.

If you're not intolerant there are no benefits to a gluten free diet, really.
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Maybe you're intolerant but just not celiac? I was having some problems and my doctor suggested that I cut gluten out and see if I felt and improvement, and I did.

If you're not intolerant there are no benefits to a gluten free diet, really.
I'm being tested at the minute.. But I have a focus of my other health condition of CFS/ME! I've suffered great IBS like symptoms for as long as I can remember. I feel slightly better tbh re cutting the two dietary things out.


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