How to get rid of your gluten and autoimmune disease symptoms
It’s time to make some serious changes in your diet.
Gluten is one of the worst culprits of autoimmune disease and we need to start eating less of it.
Here are five ways you can do that.
Stop drinking milk.
You’ll need to give up some dairy products for this, but it will be a big change.
You’re not going to get enough protein and fibre from dairy products.
It’s also very good for your gut, so stop eating milk altogether.
You can make a case for a dairy-free diet on the NHS website, but for most people, this is the best option.
Stop taking dairy supplements.
They are not a safe and effective way of preventing gluten from causing problems, but if you are on a strict dairy-only diet, they might be worth trying.
Most people can tolerate dairy, but you should only take supplements that are approved for people with celiac disease.
You might also want to consider a supplement containing probiotics, which are bacteria that live in the milk.
Limit your processed food intake.
If you’re on a gluten-free or dairy- and dairy-containing diet, it’s important to limit what you eat.
You won’t get the full benefits of the vegan diet, but there’s no denying that you’ll enjoy the freedom of being able to enjoy a varied diet.
And if you don’t eat a lot of processed food, you’ll be less likely to suffer the consequences of gluten.
Avoid sugar and dairy.
Glucose and sugar are very addictive and make us crave more.
And dairy is a huge contributor to insulin resistance and diabetes, so if you want to avoid that, you need to limit your intake of those substances.
There are also some supplements that can help to reduce your insulin resistance, and the National Dairy Council is encouraging people to use them.
Get your vitamin D from sunlight.
Many people are deficient in vitamin D, and if you’re not getting enough of it, you might need to take some vitamin D supplements to make up for it.
You don’t need to use a prescription product, but most people are advised to get their vitamin D levels tested.
You should also be vigilant about getting the right dose of vitamin D daily.
There’s research suggesting that the higher the dose, the less likely you are to develop a vitamin D deficiency.