Gluten Sensitivity

There’s more to addressing a gluten sensitivity than may initially meet the eye. At 360 Living, will help you look beyond notifications on food packaging and formulate an effective meal plan that is free of any gluten products.

While it is easy to dismiss gluten allergies as a new-age fad, there is actually significant science behind it that demonstrates the serious effects on your health that it can take.

Gluten is a protein molecule that can be found in wheat, barley and rye. Oats are a high source of gluten contamination. Whereas most breads you come across will likely have gluten in them, most nuts, seeds, meats, eggs, dairy, fruit, and vegetables are gluten-free.

To be classified as “gluten-free,” a food must contain less than 30 parts per million of gluten. However, those who suffer from a strong gluten allergy, have been known to develop reactions caused by foods with gluten levels as low as 3 parts per million. Those with gluten sensitivity cannot rely on food labeling.

More than 18 million Americans suffer from some form of gluten sensitivity, which can lead to conditions throughout the body as minor as a rash and as serious as a seizure.

360 Living approaches gluten sensitivity in a unique manner that differentiates ourselves from everyone else by using specialized blood tests if needed. Utilizing this information, our care team can help you develop and maintain a gluten-conscious strategy that will allow your body to thrive without affecting your day-to-day lifestyle.

Visit our blog for more information on a gluten-conscious lifestyle.

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