Gluten Free 2.0 – The next generation

By February 19, 2015 at 4:50 am4 Comments

Everyone is going gluten-free these days.  Is that such a good thing?  Maybe. If you need to be gluten free, but also harbor, candida, strep, or pathogenic bacteria, and are still struggling with digestive disorders,  then you need to go what I call ” Gluten Free 2.0. Which means….. not only do you need to be gluten-free, but also low starch. This means you also need to stay away from gluten-free foods such as white rice, corn, tapioca, sorghum, oats, and other grains that can easily turn to sugar or are acidic.  Some of these gluten-free foods such as corn or white rice are devoid of nutrient value and can actually contribute to your condition.

I recently had a client that clearly needed to be gluten-free and he had been for 2 years, but still suffered from digestive disorders. When we also eliminated the  gluten-free foods that easily turned to sugar, his situation resolved. What is included in my Gluten Free 2.0 repertoire?  Quinoa, buckwheat, millet, amaranth, and teff.    Food for thought.

Featured Image:  My Mediterranean Quinoa Salad

About the Author:

Teri received her Bachelors of Science from the University of Florida, she is a graduate of the Huntington College of Health Sciences, The National Institute of Nutritional Education, the National Leadership Institute, and the Upledger Institute. Teri is a Certified Nutritionist and a member of the International Association of Healthcare Practitioners and National Association of Nutrition Professionals. She also has certifications and extensive experience in holistic medicinal practices.

 

4 Comments

  1. debbie / July 28, 2015 at 4:25 am /Reply

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  2. Sean / February 7, 2016 at 7:44 pm /Reply

    Hi – I am one such case – my Ankylosing Spondylitis improved greatly with diet change.

    I have been gluten free 23 years. I’m also corn free and am aware of research that suggests corn is a close relative of wheat – and shares enough of an amino acid similarly to cause reactions in some. Especially when modified by enzymes, heating.

    When I remove all starches an sugar – just Wow!

    I’m a new man – currently following the Banting Diet – Lower Carb. Enjoying normal good food and plenty of veg and salad- and even discovered a new “bread” made of ground seeds.

  3. Alain (mi Hijo) / March 1, 2017 at 10:23 am /Reply

    Teri Cochrane, Saludos

    Cuanto te agradeceria te pusieras al habla con mi Hijo Alain Alvarez el cual estaria necesitado de in Tratamiento para el Problema de Salud que ha venido teniendo desde hace algunos años. El te ha dejado Mensajes,pero no ha tenido Respuesta (para algunas preguntas que desea hacerte primero) Los sintomas que yo veo parecen ser Celiac Disease,pero eso lo dejo a tus analisis de acuerdo a la entrevista. y a tus sabios conocimiento, Alain 305-807-5920 E-mail Alva33@yahoo.com.

    Ha venido teniendo varios sintomas y me preocupacion es la cantidad de libras que ha bajado asi como sus problemas digestivos.
    Sin mas quede de Ud.con nuestra mas alta consideracion y afecto Pablo Alvarez (padre) compañero Domino de tu Sra. Madre.

  4. Alain (mi Hijo) / March 1, 2017 at 10:26 am /Reply

    Ya señalado pagina anterior

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