Researches have confirmed what people have known from particle experience of not eating a nutritious fresh diet. Although common, one might not have wheat allergy or celiac disease, detectable through standard testing, but when consuming foods with gluten it still for lack of a better term, wipes them out. Causing symptoms such as muscle pain, indigestion, nausea and other gastrointestinal symptoms syndromes such as IBS.
In fact, this realization, now confirmed by science, among a growing number of otherwise normal consumers is one reason sales of gluten-free foods are increasing. Fresh n Lean’s fresh diet meal delivery service never adds gluten to the meals, and has seen enormous growth in sales. Yet another indication of the rising growth of gluten-free foods.
One percent of Americans, are affected by Clear-cut celiac diseases but a significant amount of people also report problems caused by wheat and/or gluten ingestion even though they do not have celiacs disease or wheat allergy (source: Journal of the American College of Nutrition.)
Most patients report both gastrointestinal and non – gastrointestinal symptoms and all report improvement of symptoms on a gluten–free diet. This clinical condition has been named non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS). Gluten intolerance, also known as celiac disease, involves sensitivity to the protein gluten, found in wheat barley and rye. According to a recent survey by Packaged Facts, a consumer market research company, the two most common reasons for purchasing gluten-free products are the perception that they are healthier and can be used to manage weight, despite any evidence proving that such foods result in loss of pounds. But the new research suggest that people may be smarter than this and they just feel better going gluten free.
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