A bit late for this year but a great list of resolutions for for 2014 including being gluten free: Why 92% of New Year’s Resolutions Already Failed, and 140 Better Ones.
I’m a big advocate of eating gluten free, there’s plenty of research that suggests that eating gluten is not good for you. If you’re at all curious regarding gluten free lifestyles – take a look at the gluten summit.
This is what’s on:
- Learn about the latest research on gluten-related disorders
- Understand why we MUST call more attention to them
- Gain improved knowledge of proper diagnosis/treatment methods
- More frequently ask, “Could this health issue be due to gluten?”
The goal of The Gluten Summit is to shift the scientific discussion and clinical recognition of gluten-related disorders forward by five years. Meaning, we want the conversation between patients and doctors that will be happening five years from now to happen now.
Thinking about gluten free? I’m my experience it’s the best diet related change I’ve ever made (2 years and counting!). I’ll post a few links that are worth a look. *
A story on how Novak-Djokovic improved his game:
This is a book by Dr. William Davis, I found it a really informative read, he seems to back up his assertions with some facts.
Increasingly, top level martial artists are moving to a gluten free diet in search of performance gains.
I recently heard that many brands of chewing gum contain gluten. Here’s a link to find out some which don’t:
* Disclaimer – I’m not a doctor, please do the research and look into your own dietary circumstances. It’s your body, you should be doing all you can to look after it.