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Brain Health And Gluten

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How Gluten Effects Your Brain Health

Gluten is a plant protein in the following grains:

  • Wheat
  • Barely
  • Rye


Just some products which contain this plant protein are:

  • Pastries
  • Breads
  • Pizza
  • Bagels
  • Ice Cream
  • Additive Flour Dough
  • Soy Sauce
  • Ketchup
  • Gum
  • Farm Animal Feed
  • Pet Food
  • Cereals
  • Glue
  • Processed Foods


Gluten Free Diet Benefits

  • Chronic Headaches
  • Fibromyaligia Symptoms
  • Food Allergies
  • Neurological Symptoms & Diseases Relief
  • Cognitive Dysfunction Symptoms
  • Celiac Disease Symptoms
  • Gluten Sensitivity
  • Irritable bowel Symptoms


How To Choose Gluten Free Foods

  • Grass Fed Meat Products
  • Fish
  • Nuts
  • Seeds
  • Legumes
  • Fruits
  • Vegetables
  • Potatoes
  • Corn
  • Rice
  • GF labeled Processed Foods Only.










Gluten Free Nutritional Facts

Foods lack:

  • Vitamins
  • Minerals
  • Fiber

Supplementation is recommended for this type of  diet


Final Thoughts

I highly recommend you add this type of a diet, especially if you are experiencing any of the symptoms listed in this post. I have had so much success overcoming my cognitive problems after adjusting to this diet, I assure you it will not be so easy to adjust at first but once you begin feeling the benefits you will be happy you did.





  • Jeanette says:

    Hi! Great post! Gluten sensitivity seem to be very prevalent. I’ve even experienced some sensitivity to it myself. Cutting it out of your diet just makes you feel so much better. Mental clarity seems to increase for me. Thank you for this information!

    • Jeff says:

      Thank You Everyone,
      I thank you and I appreciate all your comments, since so many people are responding to my posts on brain fog and gluten free I plan to do another post with even more information.

  • Ellis says:

    So…gluten is bad for you? I didn’t know what gluten was for the longest time and I just ate whatever I wanted in moderation without thinking too much about it. I do know that I should use the gluten free diet as listed on your page, because I have tried that at one point in my life…well pescatarian…and overtime I felt better physically and mentally. I always knew processed foods were bad though.

    • admin says:

      Thank You

      I appreciate you sharing your past experience, happy I could give you some information on gluten and gluten-free you was not aware of.

  • Allan says:

    Great information. My criticism is that I would like to see more content writing included with the informational listings. For instance, go into detail about the benefits of good nutrition combined with exercise.

    Keep up the good work in helping people to be more aware of their need of proper nutrition and exercise.

  • thadpoore says:

    Kind of confused why your picture was there first before I started reading, but anyway awesome post! It was very simple and easy to read. You described it all in bulletin form and in my opinion, that was really effective!

    For most people they will actually read this because its more simple!

  • Udohh says:

    Hey Jeff-

    Thank you for sharing this info. I was only aware of one disease “celiac disease” that people can benefit from by going with gluten free food and to my surprise, there are so many more. Your post was an eye opener for me and I learned few things. I book marked you site and will be visiting it frequently.


  • Angela says:

    I am so glad I found this website. It really opened my way of thinking on my eating habits. I have heard of gluten free products but never took the time to understand how they affect the body. Of course everything you have listed on the protein plant list is in my diet already !

    Perhaps this gluten thing is the evil cause of my headaches and my sometimes “fog” brain. I will have to give your suggestions a try. Thanks for this information and I will come back and visit again.

    • Jeff says:

      Thank You Angela
      I appreciate you visiting my website and commenting, many people including myself has experienced a great improvement
      with our brain function going gluten-free. I have not had a headache since going gluten-free, before I had headaches everyday.


  • Dirk says:

    Hi Jeff. Interesing listings. Lots of details. But one thing, well actually a lot of things, are not clear to me. How does gluten effects your brain health? What is your personal experience with it. And what would I notice when I start to eat gluten free. Im not a non believer neither a believer I just like to have a bit more info. Curious.

    • admin says:

      Thank You Dirk

      I appreciate your comment and questions, first I had my doubts as well on a gluten-free diet at first. What you will notice right away is your energy level will increase, gluten causes our energy levels to be less. Our body is putting so much effort to digest this plant protein it leaves us with fatigue, also you will experience a much clear head with the ability to make much better decisions quicker. You will have improved memory, you will just find a much improved total health. To find if this will benefit you all you have to do is give it one full month, if it does not improve your brain function and total health you have nothing to lose.

      I hope you will give it a honest try


    • Jeff says:

      Gluten is a plant protein which does not digest properly in most people, it puts stress on your
      intestine eventually causing some people stomach pain. Gluten can effect you in other ways, such as
      mental fatigue, memory, anxiety take one month and go gluten free to see if this makes any difference
      in your life or not.

  • Jagi says:

    This was a very reader friendly post. Glad you made it easy to read, as sometimes I want to read, but than can’t wait to why I came to the website.

    A family member of mine has celiac disease, so gluten is a big no no for her. I will send off this article to her as she is always looking for new resources.

    • admin says:

      Thank You Jagi

      I appreciate you sharing the article with your family member, gluten is not a friend to any of us. just some of us are more sensitive then others, everyone should consume gluten in moderation.

      Have you family member email me if they wish for more resources


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