For people with diagnosed celiac disease or autoimmune related gluten intolerance, eating a gluten free diet is not optional. It’s the only medical treatment currently available and requires 100 percent lifelong adherence. In addition, other conditions frequently occur alongside celiac disease and gluten intolerance. Maintaining health requires attention to lifestyle behaviors and adequate nutrition that will improve quality of life and prevent complications. The following three tips will ensure success eating gluten free.
1. Self education – Take personal responsibility.
2. Watch for these ingredients that are common in prepackaged gluten free choices, despite their prevalence in health food stores:
3. Choose foods that represent the colors of the rainbow.
------------------- Author Information: Cindy Swan, Billings, MT Cindy Swan, Lifestyle Coach, website: www.atotalbalance.com blog: http://glutenfreefitness.blogspot.com Billings GF Reporter for Examiner.com: http://www.examiner.com/x-9892-Billings-Gluten-Free-Examiner Twitter: WellHealth