Gluten Free Revolution

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Welcome to Gluten Free Revolution by Wendy Bottrell

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Things you did not know about gluten free living!

Welcome to Gluten Free Revolution by Wendy Bottrell. I feel that the best place to start is to share this video the Top 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Gluten, with Dr. Tom O’Bryan.  Hopefully you see the value in learning about gluten and how it might just be the problem for your health.

 

Now I really find Dr. O’Bryan very informative.  I came across Dr. O’Bryan while listening to the Paleo Summit last year.  Super informative if you have an interest in understanding the benefits of Paleo!

So in this almost 12 minute super informative video you will learn:

  • the connection between headaches, gluten consumption and dead brain tissue – New study ” Should we be concerned about Gluten”
  • Skin may be the only manifestation of gluten sensitivity -
  • Energy – “The most common symptom of allergies of any kind”
  • Gluten is difficult to stop consuming – it is the most common food daily
  • Suicide rates – 40% likelyhood in Celiac child than the child that is not – Staggering numbers
  • And at 8:49 – Dr. O’Bryan talks about Children who are living with Celiac Disease – you will want to be sure to listen – “Why kids diagnosed with celiac disease are three times more likely to die early in life with or without a gluten-free diet”.

What was one of the  things you didn’t know about gluten?

For me prior to learning how to have a success at this lifestyle called gluten free living I didn’t realize any of the “symptoms” I had been struggling with most of my life were related to this health issue!  Not one practitioner ever had suggested that gluten might just be a health problem for me.  It would be super to hear what one thing you might not have realized about how gluten has been a challenge in your life?

You might be interested in The Gluten Summit, that Dr. O’Bryan hosted in the Fall of 2013.  It was a remarkable event, so much information to help you with your personal  gluten free revolution!  LINK

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Be sure to stay in touch, ask any questions, leave your comments and let me know how I can help you as you are transforming health from the inside out!

 

Let today be your day!  Talk soon,

 

 

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  1. Karen Richards

    I’ve experimented with reducing gluten in my diet but have never gone fully gluten free. I wasn’t aware of how headaches are related to gluten sensitivity. I thought it was all in the gut. Thanks for this valuable information.
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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Experimenting is really important and the best experiment to know if gluten is a problem is a 30 day gluten free eating strategy. On day 31 eat gluten and see how you feel. This is what I did in February of 2011. In the first few days I began to feel like a different person. More energy, thinking better to name just a few benefits. Let me know if I can help and be sure to register for the Free Gluten Summit https://gg110.infusionsoft.com/go/tgs/wendybottrell/ The learning is going to be spectacular! Thanks for connecting. Wendy

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  2. Wendy Bottrell Post author

    Thanks for connecting and commenting! Dr. Tom O’Bryan says this about gluten ” No human can digest gluten” people just do not realize how they are being challenged by gluten.

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  3. Tamala

    Kudos to working on your home page! I just love designing and I’m sure you’re having lots of fun. Now the more I hear about how our diet can be so harmful to our temple. I have never gone gluten free.. though I have gone on raw food challenges and I love it. It’s just hard to eat like that consistently… for me anyway. Thank you for the information.
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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Thank you for your positive comment. Yes it does seem vital that more must hear about the negative health problems related to gluten. Let me know if I can help. :)

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  4. Ondria Witt

    Cutting down on or cutting the gluten out of your diet can do some truly amazing things. My grandmother went on a gluten free diet years ago and lost 60 pounds. She was advised to do that by her doctor though- it would be best to check with your doctor before making any major changes to one’s diet. Great information and thanks for posting!
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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Glad to hear your grandparents had such great success! It is good she had a doctor that realized her issue. Most doctors are way behind when it comes to gluten health issues or nutrition in general. If someone feels gluten just might be an issue doing a 2 week test is a great way to see if in fact it is causing problems. Thanks for connecting. Wendy

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      If you or your family members have an issue with gluten not quite eliminating it will not be beneficial. Dr. O’Bryan talks about an 1/8 of a finger nail amount of gluten can cause real long term health problems. If you are feeling it might just be an issue if you are like me you may want to experiment with a 2 week test. Eliminate all gluten, wheat and grains for 2 weeks and then have something like a bagel. How you feel after will tell you if gluten is an issue. Let me know how I can help. Best Regards, Wendy

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      When I finally realized if just might be gluten that was causing many health issues for me I decided the easiest thing was to eliminate all wheat, grains and gluten for 30 days. Within the first few days I began to feel like a different person. Thinking clearer, more energy, sleeping better. For you to see if gluten just might be the problem for you reducing it won’t be of benefit. At least 2 weeks gluten, wheat and grain free, then have something like a bagel. Very quickly you will see if it is gluten. Let me know if I can help. Best Regards, Wendy

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  5. Renee

    This is such a great post, and it is very informative. My boss is not able to have glutens, and neither is her daughter. So I often find myself making and eating gluten free things especially when I am at work. I wish I could go all gluten free because it is so much better for you, but I love carbs to much. Thanks for sharing this great post.
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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Thanks for connecting! Glad to hear you have some experience in a gluten free eating strategy. Loving carbs is simply a sugar issue! And today we know that too much sugar is directly related to health issues, weight issues. Let me know if I can help. Best Regards, Wendy

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  6. Silvie Armas

    Thank you so much for sharing this information. I had no idea that headaches were related to gluten. I suffer from chronic headaches and honestly I can’t stand taking pills. I’m definitely going to give gluten free a try. I know I’ll start slowly, but it’s better than not starting at all. Happy New Year :)
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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      My pleasure! When going gluten free as a test to see if you feel any different it is suggested to commit to at least 2 weeks of complete gluten free living (no wheat, grains or gluten) and then have bread, pasta to see how you feel with it. Remember gluten is in so many products today including personal care, make up, many sauces, spices, packaged products. This is how I began this journey. I went 30 days eliminating all wheat, grains and gluten. Within a couple of days I felt like a different person. Let me know if I can help. Best Regards, Wendy

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      After listening to many experts talk about how gluten, wheat and grains can totally cause issues like ADD, ADHD. It may be worth a 30 day trial period to see how they do. This is what Dr. Tom O’Bryan suggests. He hosted the Gluten Summit which was really amazing information. Let me know if I can help

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      The reason I went gluten free, wheat free and grain free was for my better health! What I have found making this change is in fact I am healthier, have lost over 25 lbs, eat the most amazing tasting food, have had the opportunity to try veggies I would never have thought of 5 years ago! It is the best thing I have ever done for my better health. I was ready, and completely made it easy for myself because the first year my success strategy was experimenting for 30 days, then the next 30 and so on. Each 30 days I felt better and as I felt better it never occurred to me that I was missing anything! It can be challenging in the beginning so let me know if I can help when you are ready! Thanks for connecting.

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Thanks for connecting. Let me know if you have any questions

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      If as you say you are going to “give it a whirl” the most effective thing to do is go gluten free, wheat free and grain free for at least 2 weeks. Then have some to see how you feel. Let me know if I can hep.

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Experimenting for 30 days is the easiest way to find out how gluten if making you feel! This is what I did and found within a couple of days I was beginning to feel better. Let me know if I can help

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  7. heather

    I have an aunt that was recently diagnosed with gluten sensitivity. She went gluten free and even lost 100 lbs. Guess it’s my turn to go get tested as having a blood relative with it means I’m more likely to be sensitive too!
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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Yes getting tested would be a good idea. You may want to experiment with a 30 day test of eliminating all gluten, wheat and grains for 30 days then have some to see how you feel. Let me know if I can help

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  8. Lavonnia AllisonBurres

    Well, I learned something new. I didn’t know that human’s couldn’t digest gluten. I’ll be coming back to learn more. I’m glad to have found your site!

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      So glad you learned something new while here! Let me know if I can help

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      So great to hear that your sons symptoms have gotten fewer since going gluten free! Let me know if I can help

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  9. Tanya

    My sister is on a gluten free diet. She was getting terrible migraines. The doctors had her on some powerful drugs that left her feeling terrible. She decided to try this diet and she hardly ever gets headaches! Thanks for sharing. Visiting from #sitsblogging.

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Although I never suffered migraines I do feel like a different person since I eliminated gluten, wheat and grains from my daily food intake. Glad to hear your sister is feeling better from a gluten free diet. Thanks for connecting

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  10. Vicky

    I love this post and video! I’ve been gluten free for about a year now and I did it because my body became so inflamed during the holiday season (hello gluten!) that my OB thought I had Inflammatory Breast Cancer. I had all the symptoms and ovarian cysts and very weird reproductive issues. Maybe it is TMI but when I kicked the gluten all of it went away. It wasn’t cancer, it was gluten. CRAZY!! My seasonal allergies are gone when I get rid of gluten and I maintain my weight easier too. Love it!!! It’s hard but it is so worth it.

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Oh so great to hear! Yes gluten can be so damaging and glad to hear that you have made changes that are so beneficial for you. Thanks for adding this info to the conversation. Let me know if I can help

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  11. Tara Newman

    I have never been tested for any gluten allergy but I feel much better when I am not eating it. I had a lot of symptoms of poor gut health and by eliminating sugar and grains it cleared up. Good info. Stopping by from SITSblogging.
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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Glad to hear you have benefited by not eating grains and sugar! Thanks for connecting

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      If you have an issue with gluten yes it must be eliminated! Why have you toyed with the idea of just limiting it? Thanks for connecting

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  12. Theresa

    To be honest, I’ve never tried to go gluten free. I’m fairly big on juicing, but that gets so darn expensive after a while. I’d love to try it, but cost is definitely an issue. So excuse the blunt question, but how costly is living a gluten free life?
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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      I am not really sure how you are relating “expensive”? Processed, packaged foods cost everyone in poor health! Heart disease, cancer, diabetes and obesity are epidemic health issues in North America! You’ve heard the saying “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food” ~Hippocrates & “If you don’t take care of your body, where are you going to live?” ~Unknown
      We only eat real food and we buy 90% of our food directly from the farm. We find it in the long run less expensive because we eat less and the food is more nutrient dense.

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Gluten can in fact be the cause of about 200 health issues according to both Dr. Osborne and Dr. O’Bryan. Thanks for connecting

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  13. Tickles & Tots

    Great post with helpful information and facts about gluten sensitivities. A friend of mine went on the Paleo diet and she lost over 50 lbs. in a short amount of time. It was a huge lifestyle change for her and it worked. Thanks for sharing. Visiting from #SITSblogging!
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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Yes a paleo eating strategy is very powerful. Thanks for connecting

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  14. Trish

    I’m going to share your site with my cousin whose children have to have a gluten-free diet! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Thanks for connecting! Thanks for the share and let me know if I can help

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  15. Tonya W.

    Thank you for sharing this valuable information. We are not gluten free…yet. We have eliminated processed foods and all GMO foods from our diet. My entire family feels so much better it is ridiculous. My husband loves it because he is losing weight. I had digestion issues and was tested for Celiacs, but the test came back negative. Since we have changed our diet, my digestion issues have subsided. It is amazing.
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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Sounds like you and your family are doing some really awesome things for your better health! Way to go and so glad to hear your success stories! Thanks for connecting

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Thanks for connecting! If you are wondering if celiac runs in the family it would be important to find out!

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  16. webly

    I’ve reduced gluten in my diet but never went full gluten free. I find it very challenging and it’s also a learning curve.
    It does have great benefits just reducing it. I’ve gone wheat free because for some reason it really upset my stomach after having my first child.

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  17. Tonia L. Clark

    I actually just started gluten free this month and was doing really well until I had to make sugar cookies for my sons preschool and I didn’t have enough gluten free flout and had to used white flour. Needless to say I’m a sucker for fresh baked cookies and caved in.
    I do think it has helped my digestive system and I’m still weighing in on whether it’s helped my fatigue and other fibromyalgia symptoms.
    The hard part has been realizing that gluten can be found in places I never expected like many condiments and canned soups. I thought I was mostly giving up grains. Now I’m reading labels like a crazy woman….lol!
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  18. Sylvia

    I try to reduce my gluten intake to a minimum because there is something I eat that doesn’t make me feel good… Unless I eat clean, I get very bloated and my skin itches like crazy… I notice that it gets better when I don’t eat gluten, but there is always someone ordering pizza, and I love pasta too much! But I will try 30 days without gluten like you suggested in an earlier comment, and I’ll see how I feel!
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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Super to hear. According to Dr. Tom O’Bryan eliminating gluten for 30 days is the way to know if it is a problem for you. Let me know if I can help

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    1. Wendy Bottrell Post author

      Yes and because gluten is in so much processed foods it can be quite an issue in today’s world.

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