How to become gluten intolerant
Being gluten free used to be a luxury only reserved for those who are intolerant to gluten. With this cutting edge gluten educational video, you can become gluten intolerant too, whether or not you’re actually intolerant to gluten. In the new age, if you’re not living gluten free, you’re getting left behind. Here’s your chance to jump on the new age conscious band wagon!
Gluten, named from the Latin gluten meaning glue, is a substance that gives elasticity to dough helping it to rise and to keep its shape. It is found in many staple foods in the Western diet.
The following classification of gluten-related disorders was announced 2011 by an expert’s panel in London, published 2012 and further expanded on later that year:
- Autoimmune disorders: celiac disease, dermatitis herpetiformis, gluten ataxia
- Non-autoimmune, non-allergic: disorder with unknown cause, likely immune-modulated: non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS)
- Allergic: food allergy, wheat dependent exercise induced anaphylaxis (WDEIA), baker’s asthma, contact dermatitis [Via: wikipedia]