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HEALTH BENEFITS OF A GLUTEN-FREE DIET






What is Gluten? Gluten is a family of proteins found in wheat, barley, rye and spelt. It helps food maintain its shape by providing elasticity and moisture. It also allows bread to rise and provides a chewy texture.

What is Gluten-free diet?

A gluten-free diet involves excluding foods that contain the protein gluten, including wheat, rye and barley.

If you are one of the individuals with PCOS who also has a gluten sensitivity, you may experience benefits from eliminating gluten from your diet. Food sensitivities occur when your immune system overreacts to a particular food which can then trigger more inflammation, leaky gut, and an imbalance in gut bacteria which in turns may worsen your symptoms.

Why Gluten-free diet is good for your PCOS?

Reducing gluten consumption or avoiding it could potentially lessen inflammation in women with PCOS. Some has report finding success in going completely gluten-free diet based in their experience.


If you have PCOS and you have gluten sensitivity this might help....


Benefits of going gluten-free:

1. May Relieve Digestive Symptoms

Most people try a gluten-free diet to treat digestive problems. These include bloating, diarrhea or constipation, gas, fatigue and many other symptoms. When it comes to digestive bloating, avoiding gluten serves as a preventative since one of the main symptoms of gluten sensitivity is bloating.

2. Can Reduce Chronic Inflammation in PCOS

Many women with PCOS report feeling better on a gluten-free diet, however, this may be related to eating less refined carbohydrates, a gluten sensitivity. Adding anti-inflammatory foods to your diet can help ease your symptoms. Consider Olive oil, tomatoes, leafy greens, fatty fish like mackerel and tuna, and tree nuts which all fight inflammation.

3. May help with infertility

According to Kelly Brogan M.D. points out that gluten food may interfere with conception and pregnancy since it is an inflammatory and a hormone disruptor. Reproductive problems, including infertility, miscarriage, low birth weight new born, and shorter duration of breast-feeding, are known to exist in women with celiac disease and some of these conditions are improved by a gluten-free diet.

4. May lower cholesterol

The fiber and phytochemicals in whole grains can help reduce cholesterol levels, so when choosing gluten-free grains, make sure to choose whole grain varieties, such as quinoa, brown and wild rice’s, amaranth, and millet. According to cardiologist and author, Dr. William Davis, the avoidance of carbohydrate-rich foods that the gluten-free diet helps prevent the build-up of plaque inside your arteries which causes high cholesterol. For a healthy and balanced diet, we still need carbs in our meal, we suggest you to eat in moderation. Portion your healthy carb intake into 1 handful size.

5. Encourages you to kick processed foods out of your diet

Reducing your intake of these highly processed foods is one of the most effective ways to improve your health and enhance the quality of your diet. In fact, when people ask me for nutritional advice, cutting down on processed foods is one of the first things I recommend.

According to the editors at Eatthis.com, in “21 Things That Happen to Your Body When You Stop Eating Processed Food,” not only will you lose weight faster, age slower, get less headaches and have better hair, skin and brain function, among others, you will actually start to hate processed foods.


Be sure to have a copy of PN Guide and Recipe Book so that you will have a precise guide and choice of healthy food to eat based on your diet and preference.

So, let's go to Gluten-free diet! Natural and organic food is still the best option to potentially lessen inflammation in women with PCOS. Don't know how? Be guided with the right and healthy food to eat for your PCOS! Enroll now in one-one-one coaching session for FREE! Get your 30 Healthy Recipes, Recipe Book and PN Guide NOW!

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