Healthy eating starts with your goal. Let’s look at why this is important to make your goal achievable and how you can get started.
Going gluten free was once only condsidered as a treatment for people with celiac disease, an autoimmune condition triggered by consuming gluten. Today, however, far more is known about the benefits of reducing gluten consumption or eliminating it altogether from your diet. Let’s look at how you can get started and sustain life long gluten free living with minimal effort.
While you can believe that you’re looking after yourself well the truth of the matter is you may be hurting your health. For instance, you may enjoy eating cheese and think that it gives you a boost of calcium, when in actual fact you have an intolerance to lactose and this is causing you to get stomach cramps. As crazy as it sounds, what seems like a mild reaction to an action that everyone else does–like eating cheese–can cause you extreme pain later down the track.
While the fast food roundabout is easier, it’s also killing you one meal at a time. By choosing to cook at home instead you can eat those foods you love like burgers and nachos—they are just healthier for you.
There’s nothing worse than feeling sluggish and fatigued. When you feel like this you cannot get anything done, everything is an effort and you have zero motivation. In fact, feeling sluggish can easily have a knock on effect for almost every aspect of your life—work, social outings, and even spending time with your partner and friends can all get pushed aside. So, how can you find your mojo again? Let’s find out…