Are you a coeliac?

Do you feel bloated all the time? or are you suffering from any type of digestive problem? Such as Irritable bowel syndrome, Ulcerative colitis, constipation, loose stools etc. Then why not give your digestive system a break from eating foods containing GLUTEN. For you may be gluten intolerant.

Unfortunately, for many of us, wheat, rye, barley, spelt and for some people oats, have become terribly indigestible. These grains have been genetically modified (which I think is absolutely ludicrous) to the point where the body does not recognize them as being real foods anymore. As the digestive system struggles to break down these frankinstein foods, in order to absorb the nutrients, the immune system begins to suffer and eventually becomes compromised. Therefore allowing a whole host of other health problems to arise.

So why not try and replace those troublesome grains with some highly nutritious ones such as: brown rice, quinoa, polenta (corn), amaranth, sourghum, millet, oats and teff. Be creative, and have fun trying these new flavours and textures in your recipes. Once you start to regain your energy and feel great again, you won’t want to go back to your previous eating habits.

Coeliac disease (gluten intolerance) can affect any part of the body. So please do not ignore persistent signs and symptoms of: headaches, fatigue, skin rash, bloating, over active bladder etc. Get an allergy test done, or as I said before just take a break from eating these foods for at least two to three weeks to see how you feel.

The Bible says in Exodus 29:2 –

“And unleavened bread, and cakes unleavened tempered with oil, and wafers unleavened anointed with oil: of wheaten flour shalt thou make them.”

God created these wonderful foods to help nourish and sustain us, but yet again “we” have tampered and destroyed them for no good reason. Will we ever learn? 🧐

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