Dishes on Why to go Gluten-free
HERE’S A PASSAGE FROM A SITE THAT I FREQUENT DEVELOPED BY A DOCTOR IN HOUSTON, TEXAS CALLED THE GLUTEN FREE SOCIETY. I ESPECIALLY LIKE HIS REASON FOR DEVELOPING THE SOCIETY:
THE ORIGIN OF OUR DEDICATION TO THE GLUTEN FREE COMMUNITY…
Michael’s condition racked his body with headaches, muscle pain, joint pain, indigestion, and stomach pain. He had been suffering since his introduction to normal foods at 20 months of age. He was in and out of the hospital so frequently that he had to have a permanent stent placed in his arm so that when he was hospitalized, it would be easier to give him an IV.
Today, Michael is gluten-free and very much alive. He no longer has a plastic stent in his arm. He is growing normally. He doesn’t need to take as many medications to treat his symptoms. He is active in band, and he has a new lease on life.
Michael is alive today because he is gluten-free. Does this sound like a diet trend?