Did you know this is gluten free?!
It seems like every other person we talk to nowadays is deciding to go gluten free. Or if they aren’t going gluten free, they certainly know someone who is ditching the wheat.
There are loads of benefits to going gluten free, whether it is for a 2 week detox or if it is for a longterm lifestyle.
Some of the things that might happen when you go gluten free:
clear mind, better focus increased energy improved digestion reduced bloating and gas reduced inflammation hormonal balance healthy weight clearer skin reduced food sensitivities
Is this class for me?
Yes. This class is great for anyone who wants to be and feel healthy and vibrant. You can participate in this class even if you have no experience with eating gluten free, or you can be gluten free already and need some new ideas and inspiration. Gluten can be difficult for many people to digest and often contributes to digestive discomfort and other imbalances in the body. Going Gluten Free is a nice cleanse for some people, and an opportunity to introduce your body to new, healthy foods. The recipes in the class are designed to introduce you to alternative grains and all of the many options that exist to eat! Eating gluten free actually tastes amazing and is fun, so this class is for anyone who wants to learn more and practice making recipes that are simple, healthy, and tasty.
Why Going Gluten Free is a Revolutionary Class:
In this supportive class we will provide you with two weeks worth of amazing recipes that are completely gluten free and yet full of flavour and taste! You will know what to eat and how to prepare it, so that you don’t have to worry about what’s going to be for dinner (or lunch, breakfast, snacks, and desserts too)
Sometimes the most challenging part of going gluten free is figuring out options and alternatives to gluten grains. There is a gigantic world of grains out there that do not contain gluten, and we are here to show you how to eat them!!
All of our recipes come with a complete grocery list, so you don’t have to waste time writing down what you need to buy and searching around the store.
Going Gluten Free is a unique program in which you get support from Certified Nutritional Practitioners. We are here to answer your questions, provide recommendations and get you on the path to feeling amazing.
Simple and Possible
We make being healthy simple, fun and possible. Join us for inspiration and support to start feeling amazing today.
How to Save Money and get the benefits of Going Gluten Free:
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It's as easy as pie (with gluten free crust!!):
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For those of you who like more information:
What is gluten?
Gluten is the protein component found in many grains, particularly wheat (including whole wheat), rye, barley, bulgur, couscous, spelt, and kamut. Gluten gives grains a sticky quality, which is one of the reasons wheat flour is used so widely in baking- to hold all the ingredients together.
Why do people go gluten free?
The short answer: Many people have difficulty digesting gluten. The North American diet is so heavily based in wheat products that many people consume the grain at every single meal without even realizing. It is easy to go through the day eating bread, cereal, crackers, pastas, baked goods, pizza, and sandwiches. And on top of it all there are so many unsuspecting products in which gluten-containing grains are added, such as sauces, soups, salad dressings, and even some deli meats. While not all of us have a severe allergy to gluten, many of us are overloading on gluten. When we eat too much of anything, out bodies can begin to build up an intolerance to digesting that food.
Celiacs- Some people actually have an autoimmune inflammatory response to gluten inside the digestive tract. The autoimmune response actually causes the body to attack itself and destroy the lining of the digestive tract. When the digestive tract becomes inflamed, nutrients can no longer be absorbed properly. This leads to a variety of symptoms, such as diarrhea, indigestion, as well as nutrient deficiencies due to a lack of absorption of nutrients.
Allergy- Some people do not have autoimmune response to gluten, but they still have a an allergy to the substance. An allergic response to gluten means that the body overacts to the foreign substance gluten.
Intolerance- Many people do not have an allergic response to gluten in which the immune system is involved. However, they do have other reactions to gluten, which can include bloating, fatigue, low energy, inability to focus, imbalanced hormones, headaches, and skin disorders.