6 Nutrient-Dense, Gluten-Free Resources to Get You Started Toward Gut Healing

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Do you have gut issues? Have you ever suspected that you might have trouble with gluten?
 
If you are experiencing chronic health problems, maybe it’s time to consider whether gluten or even grains in general are something that might be a culprit in your health issues.
 
A permeable gut lining is characteristic of digestive compromise which is caused in part from eating toxic, processed foods. Scientists have discovered that gluten is difficult to digest. When it enters the digestive tract, undigested proteins in gluten can penetrate the gut lining. When the undigested proteins enter the bloodstream they make their way to the blood-brain barrier. These proteins actually act as an opioid in brain receptors, triggering the release of opiods in the body and causing a “high” feeling similar to when drugs such as opium are used.
 
This can also cause a wide array of symptoms from digestive disorders to eczema, brain fog or inability to concentrate, asthma, frequent infections, auto-immune disease and weight gain,  irritability and depression, mal-absorption of nutrients fatigue and muscle weakness,  joint and bone problems, and others.
 
If you have  had health symptoms you just can’t figure out and have thought about removing gluten from your diet to see if it makes a difference, but aren’t sure where and how to start: here are 6 great resources by authors who have already experienced life before and after consuming gluten and can provide insight, experience, recipes, and hope for those who have suffered with the symptoms created from gluten issues.
 
These books are available in the Extreme Health Library Bundle sale, happening right now through March 7th. You will get these 6 titles, plus over 45 others with a wide range of helpful natural health topics from herbals to alleviating the symptoms of depression and acne to traditional recipes for nutrient-dense foods such as broth and cultured foods, and many more for just $39.97 (over $800 value).
 

Baking With Coconut Flour /  Starlene Stewart.

“Baking With Coconut Flour” is more than a recipe collection — it is an education about baking with coconut flour. If you’ve wondered how a friend’s coconut flour recipe turned out perfectly while yours flopped, you will learn exactly how to trouble-shoot to make sure you never waste another ingredient. This 63-page book spends nearly 24 pages educating the reader about the key tricks to making baking with coconut flour a success, including how to convert your favorite wheat-based recipes. Starlene Stewart has been cooking since the age of 10 and her baking experience shows in this book. She has a fluency in the science of baking that allows her to help the rest of us succeed in our gluten-free coconut cooking endeavors.
 
(63 pages; PDF format; $18.95)
 

7 Habits of a Gluten-Free Warrior / Peter Osborne.

Gluten intolerance can cause hundreds of diseases, symptoms and syndromes. Unfortunately, the medical community is not properly trained to deal with this. This means that a lot of people are on their own, left to navigate the complexities of the gluten free diet and lifestyle without guidance or supervision. If you have gone gluten-free and have not gotten better or got better at first and then began to feel sick again, 7 Habits of a Gluten-Free Warrior is a must-see video.

(90 minutes; MP4 format; $19.95)

 

Divine Dinners: Gluten-Free, Nourishing, Family-Friendly Meals / Lydia Joy Shatney.

Lydia Joy Shatney offers Divine Dinners: Gluten-Free, Nourishing, Family-Friendly Meals complete with 75 recipes to help you create menus full of wonderful, gluten-free dinners. With meat-based entrees and a collection of side dishes, soups, sauces, dips, and spreads, you will spend weeks cooking through this cookbook.

(104 pages; PDF format; $14.95)

 

Traditional Soup Workshop with Whole Grain Gluten-Free Muffin Cookbook Bonus / Kimi Harris.

Whether you are gluten-free, dairy-free, egg-free or just love great soup and muffins, you will be endeared by Kimi Harris’ video-based soup class, Traditional Soup Workshop, which covers a basic and adaptable beef stew as well as three ethnic soups you will want to add to your repertoire. Learn one new broth you probably are not making now and get a bonus cookbook of gluten-free muffins with options for dairy- and egg-free.
 
(29 pages PDF format; 58 minutes of video MP4 format; $30)
 

Family-Friendly Allergen-Free Menu Planner /KerryAnn Foster.

KerryAnn Foster’s Family-Friendly Allergen-Free is a 4-week menu plan for those on a diet free of gluten, dairy, eggs, and soy with a weekly shopping list for your convenience. Do you need to eliminate just one of these foods? Read KerryAnn’s section on eliminating each ingredient to help you down your own path.
 
(41 pages; PDF format; $16.95)
 

Quinoa Fit / Wendy Polisi.

Wendy Polisi offers Quinoa Fit, a gluten-free book of for the calorie-conscious crowd. If you are on a food plan that requires counting carbs, calories, or even Weight Watchers point, no problem. Wendy includes them with each recipe. Not on a diet? Enjoy this quinoa collection anyway with recipes for breakfasts, salads, burgers, patties, desserts, and a collection of main dishes and sides. Enjoy nine healthy gluten-free dressing recipes to finish all of these great quinoa dishes.
 
(156 pages; $8.99)
 
Click here to buy the Extreme Health Library Bundle, 50+ titles for only $39.97.

You will get these 6 titles, plus over 45 others with a wide range of helpful natural health topics including how to manage other health disorders such as diabetes, depression, fibromayalgia, acne, adrenal fatigue, and infertility, herbal healing wisdom and flower essences, traditional cooking recipes on how to prepare broth and fermented foods like sourdough, vegetables, and beverages, children’s health topics, aging, alternatives to cancer treatment, natural beauty, salves, and skincare products, detox, diet, and exercise, MTHFR, and much more.
 
Sale ends March 7, 2013 at Midnight, :PST.

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