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Gluten Sensitivity

A recent article, Clues to Gluten Sensitivity,  in the Wall St Journal helps to shed some light on gluten sensitivity. It isn’t just a health fad anymore and more health professionals are starting to recognize that it is affecting people, even if you don’t test positive for an allergy. While their are people who have really bad consequences from gluten, hives, anaphylactic reactions, celiac disaese etc, many other symptoms that people brush off as day to day troubles can turn into lingering problems. Further more these symptoms can be linked to gluten intolerance. “Lisa Rayburn felt dizzy, bloated and exhausted. Wynn Avocette suffered migraines and body aches. Stephanie Meade’s 4-year-old daughter had constipation and threw temper tantrums. All three tested negative for celiac disease, a severe intolerance to gluten, a protein found in wheat and other grains. But after their doctors ruled out other causes, all three adults did their own research and cut gluten—and saw the symptoms subside.” If you have something ailing you, give it a 1 month, 30 days test. Cut gluten out 100% and decide for yourself, do you feel better?

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WOD: Monday

WU: JYD + 4x 100m row sprints 30 sec rest between rounds

WOD: 3 rounds

  • 100  Double Unders
  • 21 Single Arm Kettle Bell Swings
  • 12 Toes to Bar
    • III: 53/35
    • II: 35/20
    • I: 20/12.5

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