Low back, hip, and knee pain can be directly tied to your diet
November 8, 2011
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Gluten is bad, Bacon is rad!
Eat wheat? If so, try eliminating it all together and notice how much better your gut and body pains feel. I would give it about 3-4 weeks with no cheating to have a noticeable effect. Your body’s immune system will get back up to speed and start to be able to react to any wheat if it is an issue for you. If you have a sudden weight loss (5-10 lbs) in the first week, you are more likely than not wheat intolerant. Unlike what General Mills would like you to believe, you will not die from not eating grains. I would like you to just try this simple experiment and see for yourself. If you have a noticable change in how you feel, why would you go back? It’s so simple, and yet so many people keep going back to eating pizza and sandwiches and keep complaining about how terrible they feel.
Einstein said, “The definition of insanity is repeating a process over and over again and expecting a different result”.
Please stop the insanity and get off the grains. I don’t need to tell you all the scientific evidence of why you should eliminate it from you diet. Your body will tell you if you give it a chance.