How a Gluten-Free Diet Could Make You Fat

Specialist Gluten-Free Food Is Packed With Sugar and Calories For many people following a gluten-free lifestyle is essential to staying healthy as they are fully diagnosed with Coeliac Disease, however, some people choose to follow the diet as they believe they have an intolerance. Whatever the reason, experts now warn that gluten-free food is packed with more sugar and calories than regular food and so is more likely to encourage weight gain.  More people than ever are buying into the gluten-free trend.Not necessarily because they are suffering from coeliac disease, but because it is has achieved a bit of a […]

The Dangers of Self Diagnosis and Coeliac Disease

The Dangers of Self Diagnosis and Coeliac Disease

Recently there seems to be a growing trend towards people taking up a gluten-free diet without actually being diagnosed as having coeliac disease. Part of this increase is no doubt down to what seems like a glut of celebrity endorsements for a gluten-free diet, Novak Djokovic and Gwyneth Paltrow to name two. With names like these endorsing the diet you can see why some are taking it up and you can fully understand why supermarkets are increasing their range. The increase in variety on our supermarket shelves is fantastic news to all fellow coeliac sufferers, as we have been forced […]

Gluten Free Sweet and Sour Chicken Balls

Gluten-Free Sweet and Sour Chicken Balls

Fellow coeliacs will be fully aware of the problems when eating Chinese food – eating out in a Chinese restaurant or having a Chinese takeaway is a big no-no. The culprit of this block on Chinese food is the humble Soy Sauce. As all you fellow coeliacs know gluten can hide in the most seemingly innocuous of places (gravy granules anyone) and Soy Sauce is one of those places. The annoying thing to me is that there are plenty of gluten-free Soy Sauce brands and types on the market, including Tamari, Kikkoman, Yutaka and Shoyu. However, as with many gluten-free […]

Gluten Free Scotch Eggs

How To Make Gluten-Free Scotch Eggs

Scotch eggs are something that is simply not available in gluten-free options, many other savoury delights are coming on to the market but I can’t say I have ever seen these. Stephen had previously enjoyed them (like so many other things), but they always sounded way to hard to try to make. Finally, I plucked up the courage and gave them a go! The results were delicious and even our 8-year-old daughter thought they were lovely. Ingredients 4 x Hard Boiled Eggs with shells removed Pack of gluten-free sausages (approx 6 should be fine) Gluten-free Flour Beaten Egg Gluten-free Breadcrumbs […]

Coeliac Disease and Losing Weight

Coeliac Disease and Losing Weight

Lots of coeliacs’ lose weight just before they are identified; it is usually one of the reasons individuals go to their doctor to begin with. As soon as the patient is on a gluten-free diet plan the symptoms disappear, and as a result of better absorption or just eating much more, some people gain way too much weight. Losing weight needs to be based upon eating correctly as opposed to stumbling from one diet plan to another. Watch out for low carb diet plans, as higher healthy protein diet regimens could create acidosis, which in turn can lead to calcium […]

Coeliac Illness and Other Digestive Disorders

Coeliac Illness and Other Digestive Disorders

Coeliac disease strikes individuals that cannot tolerate gluten, a protein material present in barley, wheat or grain and rye and is a digestion disorder. There are additionally various other digestive ailments that are commonly confused with coeliac disease like irritable bowel disorder. Irritable bowel syndrome or IBS is often confused with coeliac disease. IBS is considered to be the most typical problem. In North America, there has to do with 20 percent of Americans believed to have some type of IBS. Sadly, the treatment for IBS is not the exact same for coeliac patients. There are times when coeliac condition […]

Food Preparation For Coeliac Disease

Food Preparation For Coeliac Disease

Coeliac disease sufferers experience a digestive condition that forces them to follow a strict diet plan. Coeliac people have trouble digesting any food that has gluten in it, like wheat or grain, barley and rye. Food preparation for people with coeliac disease can be a difficulty. A gluten-free diet plan indicates staying clear of meals that contain gluten like bread, noodles, grain, biscuits and a lot of refined food that has wheat or grain, barley or rye. If they are your staple meals then you have to change your way of living or find different ingredients. To keep variety in […]

The Best Ways to Put On Weight With Coeliac Disease

The Best Ways to Put On Weight With Coeliac Disease

For the majority of coeliacs once they are on an entirely gluten-free diet plan they will naturally regain their typical weight. Weight belongs to a simple formula. If you eat calories which cancel your physical activity your weight will stay the exact same. Take in even more calories than you burn up in everyday activity and you will gain weight. Consume fewer calories in comparison to those you burn up and you will certainly lose weight. If you are trying to increase your weight you need to be meticulous concerning exactly what you eat and what you do. It is […]

The Gluten Free Purchasing Experience

The Gluten-Free Purchasing Experience – Old Crone Or Bright Young Thing?

Before I was diagnosed as a coeliac I took very little notice of the labelling on foods and meals. If I fancied the item then I bought and ate it. Things are really different now (in only the last eight years), as I have come to be an inveterate label reader. Now I can hear you shouting “Just what a shopping bore”, in fact, the reverse is true. Buying food is an experience; my aim is to find brand-new things I can safely eat on a gluten-free diet. It is all a matter of perception. Some people will look at […]

What You Need to Know about Coeliac Disease

What You Need to Know about Coeliac Disease

Coeliac disease is a digestive disorder created by the by intake of gluten, a normally healthy protein generally discovered in numerous grains, particularly wheat, barley & rye. Those foods having these grains MUST be avoided by those identified with coeliac disease. When a person with coeliac condition consumes meals having gluten, an immune reaction takes place in the tiny intestine, resulting in damages to the surface of the small intestine and a failure to take in specific nutrients from food. Ultimately, decreased absorption of nutrients (malabsorption) can trigger vitamin insufficiencies that deny your mind, peripheral nervous system, bones, liver and […]