A gluten-free diet is recommended for those with celiac disease, a digestive disorder due to severe gluten sensitivity.
Online PR News – 18-May-2010 – – A gluten-free diet is recommended for those with celiac disease, a digestive disorder due to severe gluten sensitivity. As celiac disease affects 1 in every 133 Americans, a gluten-free diet has been widely recognized for its health benefits and lessening of symptoms of other neurologic and auto-immune disorders.
There is no cure for celiac disease, but most peoples’ intestines can heal over a certain amount of time if they adhere to a strict gluten-free diet.
The long-term effects of consuming gluten while living with celiac disease includes damage to the intestines, increased risk of colon and other cancers, malnutrition, anemia, low energy, and other health complications.
Gluten is a protein compound found in many grains, including wheat, oats, rye, spelt and barley. Normally those with celiac disease are advised to avoid these foods, as well as foods and products made from these grains including pasta, cereal, beer and other processed foods.
But the food industry has been rapidly advancing to provide gluten-free versions of these products, from gluten-free pastas to lesser-known carriers of gluten, such as ready-made soups and stocks. Gluten-free versions of pizza, restaurant entrees, beer and baked goods are being pushed into the American market. Nowadays, food manufacturers even provide meat and vegetable-based, gluten-free stocks to aid chefs cooking with celiac disease.
Others that may benefit from a gluten-free diet include those suffering from joint pain, brain fog, loss of balance, seizures, arthritis and other neurologic and auto-immune disorders. Specialized diets of gluten and dairy-free (primarily bread and milk) diets have been proven to help lessen autistic behaviors including impulsive behavior, lack of focus and speech problems. Those with wheat allergies can also alleviate their side effects by choosing gluten-free products at the grocery store.
Gluten-free diets also improve digestive health, which can assist in the recovery and reduction of symptoms of these conditions. People suffering from migraines can also find pain relief through eliminating gluten.
More Than Gourmet was at the forefront of gluten free products well before they became popular with food marketers. It continues to produce a broad array of all natural, gluten-free stocks for healthier lifestyles. More Than Gourmet is proud to be the only company crafting classic French sauces and French stocks in the authentic, old world tradition defined by the renowned Chef Master Auguste Escoffier (1846-1935). Made with scrupulous care, product purity and no shortcuts.