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Great Taste No Gluten - How A Gluten Free Diet With Zero Gluten May Not Be Enough To Stop The Pain

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Published on Feb 25, 2013

Great Taste No Gluten - How A Gluten Free Diet With Zero Gluten May Not Be Enough To Stop The Pain http://momslifeline.com/winwin/gtnglu... will show you how to learn more about being gluten free and how to combine your foods to end your stomach problems.
The program Great Taste No Gluten discusses how a gluten free diet with zero gluten may not be enough to stop the stomach pains you get every time you eat. There is a reason for this, and once you understand what is going on, it makes so much sense. But more than that, when you understand, you can do something about it.
Sherry Brescia is the author of the Great Taste No Gluten program, as well as the Great Taste No Pain System which is for those who are able to eat gluten products. The basis of both is that food combining plays a vital role in how your body reacts to a meal or snack. When the right foods are combined, you get no stomach pain. Combine the wrong foods, and you'll end up with heartburn, acid reflux, stomach cramps, gas, belching, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, gerd, ibs, diverticulitis, and the list goes on.

Eat the food combinations Sherry suggests, and you will be pain free - and medication free too. It is quite amazing. I've been following the Great taste No Pain guidelines for some time now. It has helped me to enjoy food again - it had got to the stage where I dreaded eating, because I knew it would only cause me pain! Now I can eat as much fruit as I want, as long as I follow the guidelines clearly set out in the manual.
There are lists of foods you can combine, and lists of foods you shouldn't, if you want to stay pain free. And the neat thing is, you have control. If you want to combine foods that Sherry suggests you shouldn't, then you can. Just be aware that you may pay the price with stomach aches etc. But it is totally your choice. Below are some tips on going gluten free - hope you find them useful.

Going Gluten Free - Tips to Make it Easier By Brooke Smith
Whether you're going gluten free because of celiac disease, gluten intolerance, or you just want the benefits of a gluten free diet, it can seem like a daunting task at first. With some planning and knowledge it does not have to be difficult. The following tips can help.
1. Eat familiar foods. There are gluten free versions of virtually everything these days. There is gluten free bread, pasta, pizza crust, crackers, cookies, and just about anything else you can think of. Eat gluten free versions of what you already eat to make it easier on yourself.
2. Read labels carefully. There are many web sites that have lists of all gluten ingredients to be avoided. Familiarize yourself with them and READ labels. This is very important. Gluten can be lurking in places you would least expect.
3. Join a forum. I can't stress this enough. There are several gluten free forums online. These are great places to ask questions, get support, and save time. If you're looking into a specific restaurant or product, someone on the forum may already have contacted the company and can pass along the information to you. (Just make sure you're getting recent information. Ingredients and menus can change.)
4. Don't bake from scratch. At least not at first. This may sound strange, but I think it's important. When starting out I highly recommend buying pre-made baked products or boxed mixes. Gluten free baking is very different than baking with wheat flour. Recipes often need many ingredients (sometimes hard to find) and often need a good bit of experimentation before you get a taste and texture that is acceptable to you. It can be frustrating, and is best left for later in my opinion.
5. Don't be shy. By this I mean don't be afraid to ask for what you need. If you are eating out don't be afraid of asking for certain measures to be taken to prevent cross-contamination. You are perfectly justified in asking for a clean work surface, clean utensils, and for the person preparing your food to change their gloves if necessary. Don't be afraid to ask others not to bring gluten containing items into your home. If you are invited to someone else's home, bring something you can eat.
I hope these tips for going gluten free have been helpful. Although it's a huge lifestyle change, the rewards can be many, and with some planning and knowledge it's not nearly as difficult as it may seem. Brooke Smith is a mother of two and is interested in nutrition and health as well as a variety of other topics.Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Broo...

So if you are on a gluten free diet, the best thing you can do for yourself is to take a look at Great Taste No Gluten and understand food combining - http://momslifeline.com/winwin/gtnglu...

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