The Hidden Sources of Gluten

The Hidden Sources of Gluten: Surprising

You won’t believe these hidden sources of gluten. Take a look!

0:00 Commonly known sources of gluten
1:04 The hidden sources of gluten
1:44 Avoid these sources of gluten
1:58 Why is gluten bad for many people?
2:21 Health problems associated with gluten
3:36 Symptoms of gluten sensitivity or allergy
4:19 Need keto consulting?

In this video, we’re going to talk about the hidden sources of gluten.

Most people already know that gluten is found in grain products, including:
• Wheat
• Spelt
• Rye
• Barley
• Kamut
• Bulgar
• couscous

Keep in mind that when you’re consuming wheatgrass juice powder, you aren’t getting any gluten. The gluten only forms when the wheatgrass has grown to a certain height—but it’s harvested before this happens.

The hidden sources of gluten that many people don’t know about are:
• Soy sauce
• Beer
• Meat substitutes
• Coffee creamer
• Broth
• Chewing gum
• Flavored tea
• Fish sticks
• Gravy
• Hot dogs
• Imitation seafood
• Toothpaste
• Candy
• Chips

The more common foods that contain gluten are:
• Bread
• Pasta
• Cereal
• Crackers
• Biscuits
• Pancakes
• Muffins

The question you might be wondering is, “Why is gluten so bad for you?”

Gluten is linked to 55 different diseases. It causes a lot of reactions in many people. Some will tell you that a gluten allergy or gluten sensitivity isn’t all that common—but it is actually very common.

Gluten can lead to leaky gut, molecular mimicry, Hashimoto’s, MS, death of neurons, problems with coordination, and much more.

If you are sensitive or allergic to gluten, you may experience:
• H/A
• Brain fog
• Anxiety
• Depression
• Bipolar disorder
• Schizophrenia
• Vertigo


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