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10 Signs Your Body Trying to tell You it is Suffering From Gluten

Sign #9: Dramatic Weight Gain

Although no evidence removing gluten from your diet can lead to weight loss, following a gluten-free diet may prompt you to eat more unprocessed foods like fruits and vegetables. Also, those who follow a gluten-free diet are more likely to make healthier food choices simply because they are aware of the importance of reading food labels. That aside, it’s already been confirmed by a study that gluten can cause weight gain. The study which was conducted by a Brazilian research team and published in the January 2013 Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry attempted to examine the differences between gluten-fed rats and rats that had a gluten-free diet in terms of their biochemical markers. They aimed to put an end to the so-called “wheat belly” controversy and confirm whether gluten can cause weight gains.

In the study, both groups of rats were subjected to high-fat diets. However, one was gluten-free while the other has 4.5% gluten in their foods. It turns out that the group which was gluten-free exhibited a significant weight loss with no trace of lipid fat excretion.

According to GreenMedInfo’s founder, Sayer Ji, instead of calories, gluten is the major factor of obesity. The fact that both groups were given high-fat diets and the gluten-free group experienced weight loss without excreting lipids also means that fat-free diets to lose weight are just fraud. He also recommends avoiding gluten-rich foods, especially weight, to find out if gluten consumption could be the underlying cause of an unexpected weight gain.

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