Discover a Gluten-Free Lifestyle for Maximum Health
What you'll learn
What to do if you are diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten intolerance
How to shop for delicious & tasty gluten-free alternatives of your favorite food
12 types of food to avoid that contains high-level of gluten
The 14 gluten-free flours you can use as a substitute to wheat flour
7 toiletries you need to pay attention as it may secretly contain gluten
20 foods you must have food on your shelves all the time when following a gluten-free diet
How to eat out & socialize even when you are on a gluten-free diet
Tips for going out on a date and still remain gluten-free without ruining your night
4 types of gluten-free friendly restaurants (fast food is on the list too!)
8 types of food you need to be aware of that may contain ‘hidden gluten’
How to travel with a gluten-free diet & still enjoy your vacation
How to handle yourself emotionally if you are diagnosed with Celiac Disease.
10 ways how Celiac Disease is making your life difficult and how to deal with it
8 tips to convert your favorite sweets into a gluten-free food
5 tips to make good substitutions in your recipes...and so much more waiting to be uncovered inside!
Why the Gluten-Free Diet was created:
It was reported about 3 million people in the U.S. alone are affected by gluten intolerance and celiac disease. Gluten intolerance, or it’s severe form the Celiac disease, is an immune reaction to eating gluten, which is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. It particularly affects/damages the small intestine. This immune reaction causes damage to the small intestine’s lining and prevents the absorption of crucial nutrients that you need. This can cause diarrhea, fatigue, bloating, and other serious complications. The bad news is, there is no cure for gluten intolerance and the more serious celiac disease. However, this condition can be managed through dietary restriction which is a gluten-free diet which will be revealed in this guide.
Now here's the BEST part...
In 2015, a research was made by Dr. William Balistreri of Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center claiming that over 100 million of the U.S. population are following a gluten-free diet even if they are not affected by gluten intolerance. This is because following a gluten-free diet has been proven to help you achieve an optimum health & well-being, increase in energy levels, and promotes a healthy digestive system... as your body is free from processed food.
This is the reason why we created this guide for you especially if you want to improve your health in general.
“Gluten-Free Heath” is your ultimate guide on everything you need to know about this special diet that focuses on helping you to achieve optimum health & well-being.By applying this diet into your life, you can experience health benefits such as an increase in energy levels, weight-loss, and promote a healthy digestive system.
Whether you are diagnosed with Celiac disease, gluten intolerance, or you simply want to live a healthier life... This could be the lifestyle guide that you’ve been looking for!
This is the Golden Key for those who want to:
Go ahead & sign-up NOW!
Introduction to a Gluten-Free Lifestyle
The Downside of Gluten - Celiac Disease
Gluten-Free Lifestyle - Getting Started
Dining Out the Gluten-Free Way
Avoiding the Pitfalls of Gluten-Free
Celiac Disease - Emotional Obstacles
ADHD Autism & Gluten
Adapting Your Diet to Gluten-Free
Review & Conclusion
About Paul Cline
My students affectionately call me "Prof. Paul". I am a serial entrepreneur and business, psychology & health/fitness expert. CEO at Advanced Ideas, Inc. An award-winning university professor, therapist, corporate trainer, professional speaker, and internet marketing expert. I have 4 advanced degrees, extensive experience in the fields of business, psychology & health/fitness, and a wealth of information to share!
by Paul Cline
100% satisfaction guarantee. If you don’t love it for any reason, you can request a refund within 30 days.
© Paul Cline 2022Powered by
Empowering the next generation of audio learners.