Gluten is one of the root causes of inflammation.

And inflammation is one of the main reasons we carry excess weight.

When you understand the connection, it becomes easy to control and reduce the inflammation.

Which in turn helps remove weight when needed.

Have you gone gluten free to control your weight? Let us know in the comments.


11 thoughts on “Gluten Free Weight Loss? Here’s what you need to know.

  1. Erin says:

    After counting calories and exercising without the scale budging I gave up gluten as a last ditch effort. Amazed at the results! The weight is finally coming off!

  2. Kimberly Horvath says:

    I have no thyroid gluten messes with me and dairy and I am always very puffy and bloated and I’ve been struggling a long time to lose weight I have never weighed this much in my life I’ve been like this for five years I am 57 years old

  3. Kimberly HORVATH says:

    I am 57 years old I had a hysterectomy 20 years ago I had my thyroid out 10 years ago I am nothing but a puffy balloon and I’m also going through menopause gluten tears up my stomach and dairy I have two granddaughters and a niece that have celiac‘s disease and my mother had cancer in the duodenum so we all think it’s from gluten

  4. Linda McKendry says:

    I lost 15 lbs when I began to do gluten free, and that wasn’t my goal, but it feels good and my clothes look better! Still having some digestion issues and heart burn, so need to work on that.

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