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Old 03-30-2013, 07:30 PM   #43
colowhisper
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Originally Posted by heycal View Post
How "low" gluten do you need to go to experience the benefits?

Low gluten I couldn't probably do if it paid benefits. NO gluten at all seems impossible for any length of time or enjoyment of life.
I agree wholeheartedly, I really live for my occasional beers! So fair I have just eliminated the bulk of bread and pasta etc from my routine meals. Mostly backfilling the carbs with fresh fruit in the a.m. and veggies for lunch. Meats and salads for dinners. More corn products all around, ie corn tortilla instead of flour. Obviously not very scientific, but I definetely notice a pretty big difference in energy levels when I go off the wagon.
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