Nutrient deficiencies in the gluten free diet-research review by Peter Bronski

As we all have heard, having celiac disease can cause some problems with absorbing key nutrients from foods. I wrote a post on it which you can find here. Adding to this problem is the fact that many engineered-to-be gluten free foods are highly processed, which can lower the nutritional value. (Nutritional bang for your caloric buck.)

Are you absorbing your nutrients like the sponge we'd like to be?

Are you absorbing your nutrients like the sponge we'd like to be?

Peter Bronksi (who was a featured gluten free athlete-you can read his profile here has written a great 2 part blog post which reviews a report that was published on celiac individuals and the lack of nutrients in processed gluten free foods. He brings up some very good points. All in all-I recommend you take the time to read the information and as always, make an independent informed decision. But-I have to say it-whole, naturally gluten free foods for the win!
Read Peter’s posts: click on the parts
Part 1
Part 2

You can also check out Peter’s cookbook :Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking: More than 250 Great-tasting, From-scratch Recipes from Around the World, Perfect for Every Meal and for Anyone on a Gluten-free Diet–and Even Those Who Aren’t

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