Gluten free

Gluten free

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26 days ago by Anonymous Kiwi

What’s this?
What is the risk of gluten? Why there are gluten free products?
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Gluten free
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3 months ago by Anonymous Pineapple

Dates as a sweetner
I use mostly dates to sweeten our raw vegan desserts and smoothies. Dates are great for improved energy and brain function. There are many different types of dates these are Zahidi dates, sweet sugary flavored semi-dry dates. They are packed with vitamin A & B-complex and rich in minerals such as iron, calcium, manganese, copper, and potassium. Dates aid in building bone and muscle strength, they contain anti-inflammatory and anti-infective properties helping with chronic infections and auto-immune disorders. Controlling the heart rate and blood pressure and therefore protection against strokes and coronary heart diseases. Their easy digestible fiber, help prevent colon, prostate, lung, endometrial, breast, and pancreatic cancers. They are also known to help lower LDL (bad) cholesterol, relieve constipation, improve anemia, and prevent macular degeneration. Many people are worried about the sugar in fruit, there are 3 simple natural sugars, fructose, glucose and galactose. Sugar is carbon and carbon is life, the essential energetic force of this planet is oxygen and carbon, the main forms we use to create energy. Sugar is the base side of chemistry where the amino acids are the nitrogen side of chemistry, which are acidic in their structure. If you can’t digest fruit, it’s about adrenal problems or pancreatic enzyme problems and your sugar metabolism being off, it’s not the fruit. If you have candida you need to deworm, clean your lymph systems, get your circulation going and heal your adrenal glands.
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If you're struggling with food intolerances
Let's take a look at a few known examples of why your body might be having trouble with certain foods... 👉 Gluten - probably by far the biggest culprit of food intolerance. Did you know low glutathione impairs our ability to break down gluten? Also lack of zinc, magnesium, thiamine can also be involved (and ironically, gluten-free diets tend to be deficient in thiamine). 👉 Dairy - yes the processing of modern dairy products may make it harder for some to digest, but that's not the whole picture. The enzyme required to break down lactose (lactase) is produced in the brush border of the small intestine. Things that can affect this include zinc & retinol deficiencies, extended fasting, caloric restriction or SIBO. 👉 Nightshades: Possible deficiency in Vitamin K. 👉 Oxalates: Magnesium deficiency/lack of oxalobactor species of bacteria in the gut (destroyed by antibiotics, but encouraged by eating yoghurt, kefir, etc).
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Are they the same?
Are celiac disease, gluten intolerance and wheat allergy the same conditions?
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