PRLog - Jul. 2, 2014 - WILMINGTON, Del. -- A recent survey has found the average gluten-free shopper will spend nearly three times on their food bill than a non-gluten-free shopper.* Other research has found that most gluten-free consumers are generally unhappy with their gluten-free choices.*
"The Gluten Cure" by Case Adams, Naturopath
Further evidence shows that many supposedly gluten-free foods actually aren’t.*
Is going gluten-free the only way to deal with gluten sensitivities such as gluten intolerance, celiac disease and wheat allergies?
And is gluten intolerance really as prevalent as some say it is?
What really causes gluten sensitivities?
And is gluten really as bad as they say?
These questions and others are raised and scientifically answered in "The Gluten Cure" – a newly published book by California Naturopath Case Adams (http://www.amazon.com/
While gluten-free diets are all the rage today, and food brands and food retailers are scrambling to satisfy demand for gluten-free products, the real science behind gluten and gluten sensitivities reveals the underlying causes for gluten sensitivity:
Yes, there is a way to solve gluten sensitivities without going gluten-free for the rest of our lives. And there is clinical evidence to back it up.
"Many people completely misunderstand not only what gluten is, but how the body can become sensitive to gluten proteins," says Adams, author of "The Gluten Cure."
The research and practical solutions for gluten sensitivities has been compiled for the layperson and practitioner alike in “The Gluten Cure.” Utilizing more than a thousand clinical studies and research papers, “The Gluten Cure” clears the air on the issues of gluten and wheat – including a thorough exploration of the pros and cons of wheat-based foods.
“The Gluten Cure” provides not just practical but scientifically-
*References to these studies are provided in "The Gluten Cure" by Case Adams (http://www.amazon.com/