Gluten and Grains – All Posts
In my clinic I see many people with autoimmune conditions, gastrointestinal problems, neurological and cutaneous (skin) diseases. A remarkably high percentage of them are intolerant to wheat, gluten or other grains. In some cases they have found no improvement with a gluten-free diet, or have been told by their doctor that they are not coeliac, but once they eliminate all or nearly all grains they have show remarkable improvements.
Articles in this section look at the emerging evidence. You can find our grain free recipes here.
Grain-free diets (20/Jan/13) - Removal of grains and all refined foods is one of the hallmarks of the “Paleolithic” diet, a modern way of eating that attempts to approximate the characteristics of ancestral diets. Although the literature of clinical studies of this dietary pattern … Continue reading Third Food and Health Group Meeting – Grains (20/Jan/13) - Our third meeting was on the topic of cereal grains, such as wheat, rye, oats, rice, corn and barley. Unfortunately, due to a mix up with the room booking we ended up in the smaller upstairs room. To make matters even more … Continue reading