Are you gluten-free? Do you actively pass up the bread and pasta because you’ve heard it’s healthier to avoid gluten?
Maybe you’ve never considered giving it up – you’ve not suffered from any uncomfortable bloating after eating it.
It turns out that being sensitive to gluten doesn’t necessarily show up in the form of digestive issues. Neurological effects have been shown to be directly linked to the consumption of the peptide, and over 55 diseases have now been linked to it in those who are gluten-sensitive. With the concentration of gluten having increased from 5-50% in wheat based products, we’re seeing a big increase in the number of people finding themselves sensitive to the stuff.
So, what’s our take on this? We’ve seen much better performance when gluten isn’t consumed, so we strongly advise our clients to remove it from their diets for optimal health and results.
- Here’s What you Need to know about Gluten
- Enterprise Fitness Podcast: The Gluten Show
- The Ultimate Meal Prep in the Enterprise Kitchen