Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Does wheat and gluten cause cellulite? My take...
I have a little "newfound wisdom" to impart. I've been playing
around with my diet the last couple of years--hoping to find
something that helps the 40+ middle bulge that just wants to hang
on no matter what I do (sound familiar?).
Well, I decided to cut out wheat and therefore most sources of
gluten. Now I know gluten is the "hot topic" these days and I was
even checked for Celiac (don't have it). I am, however, gluten
What gluten does to me is cause bloat. This bloat, in turn, causes increased cellulite appearance. It causes me to retain fluid (I'm guessing) so therefore it's causing my skin to pucker and dimple
When I don't eat it, my cellulite is vastly improved. I mean NOTICEABLY improved! After years of trying everything (and I do mean everything), this one simple dietary tip has helped more than
I will follow up with my next ezine with more tips that have worked for me. It's hard because I love bread, pizza and all that, but if I just allow myself one splurge a week, it doesn't seem to really
matter if, IF, I am good the rest of the week!
Try it! It will take at least a couple or three weeks to get full effect, but it's worth it!
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