Buzz 30 Days Of A Gluten-Free Diet • LIFE/CHANGE 2 years ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest “My girlfriend was diagnosed with Celiac disease, and I’m hoping that by myself going gluten-free, I can make it a little bit easier for her.” A gluten free-diet is … source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts People Try Korean Shaved Ice February 27, 2017 Do You Know Your Husband By Touch? January 5, 2016 Most Amazing Living Plant Sculptures March 3, 2016 Vegetarians Try Bacon-Flavored Products June 28, 2017 Guys Get Their Ears Pierced For The First Time January 3, 2016 14 People On Facebook Who Need To Shut Up January 6, 2016 17 Comments N K January 10, 2016 Honestly , gluten isn't that big of a deal. If you are allergic please don't eat it, but don't make your life a thousand times more annoying because of gluten. undead deer January 10, 2016 I've been gluten-free for over 2 weeks and the way I feel now is EXACTLY the same when I was on SSRI just without the annoying side-effects I've always had with those. I feel more awake and calmer. I noticed my skin condition improved as well. I tried eliminating gluten before but I was still eating chocolate, spices, lentils etc. that said 'might contain gluten' and I felt exactly the same as when I was directly eating gluten. You really need to be 100 % with this. Rhyse Burkholder January 10, 2016 is it glUTEN FREE??!? Mimika Xidarakou January 10, 2016 Um, going gluten-free isn't some magical diet that's going to make you lose weight or make you feel better if all you're doing is buying a bunch of processed food that is labeled gluten-free. People need to realize that you are still consuming processed food aka junk. I've been gluten free for almost a year now and for me personally, I've noticed a huge difference in my energy/concentration levels. Sure I miss the occasional croissant or what not but it has forced me to seek healthier options which, in the long run, is helping me live a healthier life. To each their own and I am the first to say that this whole gluten free phase has definitely turned into an annoying fad but for a good amount of us, it has indeed helped us tremendously. Allan Reford January 10, 2016 Cutting out Gluten doesn't help you there's no proof of any form of benefit unless you are gluten intolerant. The Guy who found it helpful feels they way he did because he cut out a lot of junk foods and was probably eating smaller portions and less foods. Msp Becky January 10, 2016 Im celiac so is my Dad Skye Kaufman January 10, 2016 Oh BOO HOO I'm actually allergic to gluten. Glad they tried it! Donyea James January 10, 2016 That guy with the girlfriend with celiac disease switched back real quick Yes Me January 10, 2016 No. No. No. No. No I can't I'm sorry Logan O'Leary January 10, 2016 Two people in my family are allergic to gluten, and now I'm starting to show some signs too, so I'm beginning to relate to this a bit more. undead deer January 10, 2016 Coeliac Disease is a little hard to diagnose and the most prevalent form doesn't show obvious symptoms but it still destroys your gut (remember gut is very important, it's 80 % of your immune system) A lot of people with Coeliac Disease don't know they have it. It can have many symptoms you wouldn't associate it with like acne, depression, mental illness, short height, osteoporosis. Most people get their diagnosis at age 30 – 40 when there's already been a lot of damage done to them. Wheat was inbred not only to contain more gluten but it's also less nutrient-dense. If you can go gluten-free I don't see why you shouldn't. It doesn't need to be more expensive than regular diet but it might not suit some people. Rad chiken January 10, 2016 Ha they think thats abit hard, how about no fruits,no raw veggies, no gluten, no sugar, no lactose:) for a year:) undead deer January 10, 2016 Many people say going gluten-free is expensive and inconvenient but it's only what you make it. You don't need that expensive disgusting gluten-free bread. Why not sticking to naturally gluten-free foods? Or if you must have bread, why not make your own? It's faster and cheaper than you think. Cooking is a GREAT skill to have. You have full control over what you put in your meals and how you prepare them. I love cooking and I learned it largely thanks to going gluten-free. Cooking at home is much cheaper than eating out, plus you don't spend so much money on suspicious junk food. You don't need to do so much decision-making, many options are already out of question so you save some time too. Gluten-free is a lifestyle, might not suit some. Abbey Quenby January 10, 2016 I am gluten free because I am a coeliac and can't even have a crumb undead deer January 10, 2016 I think I have Coeliac Disease ;_; NaimáDivine Xo January 10, 2016 How Do You Work At Buzzfeed Ciprian Amarandei January 10, 2016 lost 5 pounds of body fat? really? how do they measure it was fat lost and not just glutten filled shiet that finally poped out the digestive tract?