Q&A: Gluten-free diet without celiac disease or intolerance?

Question by : Gluten-free diet without celiac disease or intolerance?
Is it safe/ can you maintain a gluten-free diet without having a gluten intolerance or celiac disease? Also how would you make the transition?

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Answer by ★☆W.a.b.b.y✿❀
Why would you want to?

A gluten free diet is expensive and the food is less than average. There are people who have to be gluten free and wish that they weren’t.

Gluten free food is low in fiber and often doesn’t have the same vitamins and minerals found in the gluten containing equivalents. Gluten free food is high in sugar and fat.

When people withdraw from gluten they often get very fatigued and have headaches for the first few weeks.

So if you can put up with feeling tired, having headaches, being constipated, putting on weight and being at risk of a vitamin deficiency all while paying more money to eat food that doesn’t taste very nice, then sure, go for it.

I would recommend you speak to your doctor about this before making any changes to your diet.


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