January 8, 2017

So you’ve heard that ‘going gluten free’ is good for you and like most people do, you feel great by keeping it off your plate. With all the controversy plastered across the media however, you’re not really sure why you’re following this health movement. 

I can understand if you’re a bit confused right now. You’ve got the ‘4 star ratings’ on cereal packets grabbing your attention down the supermarket aisle and ads on the telly...

Please reload

Disclaimer: This website and all the information it contains is based on both personal and others experiences and journey which we are sharing for educational and informational purposes only.

 

The content of this website addresses various health issues and includes references to published papers, articles and books. It is intended for information purposes only. Information contained on this website is intended to supplement, not substitute the advice and treatment from a trained medical practitioner.

 

Neither the author or developers accept any liability for any error or omission, injury, expense, loss or damage incurred by you or another party as a consequence, directly or indirectly, of the use and application of any of, or reliance on, the contents of this website.

If you suspect or have a medical condition, you should always seek the advice of a qualified healthcare practitioner. Never disregard professional medical advice, or delay in seeking it because of the contents of this website. You are urged to seek advice from a qualified healthcare professional for diagnosis and answers to your medical questions.