If you’ve been suffering from symptoms such as bloating, abdominal pain, diarrhea, constipation, joint pain, nausea and headache or brain fog, you are not alone. Maybe you’re one of the millions of people who have non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS), also known as gluten intolerance. According to beyondceliac.org, up to 6 percent of Americans could have…
For many people trying to lose weight, manage health conditions (like diabetes, for example), or adopt a healthier lifestyle, there are plenty of diets and options out there. Two of the most popular include the ketogenic diet (or the keto diet) and the Whole30.
Gluten-free foods have outlasted fad status and are just about everywhere these days. More and more restaurants are even catching on, which is fortunate for the many people who find that going gluten-free makes them feel better than they have in a very long time.
There’s so much buzz around the Paleo lifestyle and ketogenic diets that it’s hard to tell which one, if either, is right for you. After all, both diets (as well as others) are said to have benefits that can lead to weight loss, improved energy and increased metabolic health. Take one look at Instagram, and you’ll find people raving about their Paleo and keto experiences, which might inspire you to consider whether one of these diets should be your next move.