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Weight gain is uncomfortable for many people, and that’s why they search for solutions. The most common presupposition is that eating gluten-free foods can help to lose weight. That is not always the case. More and more studies show just the opposite as the weight...read more
Many people on a gluten free diet will use soy as a substitute mistakenly thinking that it is a gluten-free source. In fact, here are various perceptions about soy that with new research change. According to the Weston A. Price Foundation for Wise Traditions in Food,...read more
Chen Ben Asher – Functional Nutrition – Silicon Valley – What is Gluten Cross Contamination vs. Hidden Gluten?
For some people, it might be highly important to avoid gluten for all costs, for example, when being allergic to it and various other reasons. It is not so easy to be done as there are different hidden dangers even with foods labeled as gluten-free. Hidden gluten...read more
Gluten and thyroid connection might be the more complicated that it might seem. It involves various aspects, but as nowadays there are more and more products containing gluten, it is important to know more. Get expert advice about gluten and thyroid connection from a...read more
People can find various ways that suggest how to lose weight. A healthy way how to do it might be with cinnamon help. More and more information supports cinnamon to use in the daily diet. But is it possible to lose weight just by eating cinnamon? There are numerous...read more
Gluten as a protein naturally found in certain grains nowadays is nearly everywhere, and that is why it is important to its relation to autoimmune disease. The bottom line is that you should avoid gluten if you have an autoimmune disease or any inflammation. It is...read more
Chen Ben Asher – Functional Nutrition – Silicon Valley – What Is Gluten-free Diet and Why Would You Need to Follow a Gluten-free Diet
Have you recently been diagnosed with Celiac disease or found out that you are intolerant to gluten? Or have you simply noticed the gluten-free food section in the supermarket and wondered what gluten-free food is? If so, here is an explanation of gluten-free food and...read more
Health problems associated with gluten might occur not only among grown-ups. Kids themselves are under the threat if the body is sensitive to gluten for various other reasons. Parents then have a choice to make when and if to put kids on a gluten-free diet. Exposure...read more
Chen Ben Asher – Functional Nutrition – Silicon Valley – Why is Maintaining Weight Loss Harder than Achieving It?
Questions about weight gain more importance especially when some holidays come about like the end of the year. Some people might find out that it takes just a few dinners to gain back all the weight that was lost in the two month period or even more. Hopefully, there...read more
Chen Ben Asher – Functional Nutrition – Silicon Valley – Chen Ben Asher – Functional Nutrition – Silicon Valley – An Explanation of Bruising
Some people might notice that they bruise more easily than others. That makes wonder: what is the reason behind bruising? There are various reasons that might come together and despite each case might be different, there is evidence that helps to establish the most...read more
Chen Ben Asher – Functional Nutrition – Silicon Valley – Chen Ben Asher – Functional Nutrition – Silicon Valley – Lower Sugar Calories and Net Carbs
Finding ways how to cut on calories and to keep the carb counts is always topical. Food manufacturers are working to provide better solutions for people. New “hollow” sugar and net carbs are finding the way in the more global market. They can help to regulate blood...read more
What do you need to know about The Glycemic Index Diet – for Diabetic Type 2 and Type 1 The Glycemic Index (GI) pioneered by Jenkins et al, measures how fast carbohydrate containing food raises blood sugar over 50 grams (1.75 oz.) of a specific food that is eaten. It...read more
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