16 Apr '12, 3pm

Why my gluten-free experiment is sticking

Why my gluten-free experiment is sticking

I’ve never been a fad dieter. When I became a vegetarian, it took me a year to transition (between 15 and 16), because I wanted to do research on ways to do it healthfully, figure out how to prepare some of the foods that were different from those my grandmother had been preparing for me (my parents didn’t raise me), and to see if I felt any different during those weeks that I ate meat and those that I didn’t. In the ensuing 20 years, I've found that vegetarianism has been a great choice for me, and while it stems from my personal moral beliefs about animals, the side health benefits are a great bonus. So while I have been hearing about the benefits of a gluten-free diet for years now, I’m pretty suspicious of "trends" in eating, and this seemed to be one of those trends — until I kept reading and learning more. When my face broke out in a terrible psoriasis that wouldn’t ...

Full article: http://www.mnn.com/food/healthy-eating/blogs/why-my-glute...

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