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Celiac Sufferer? What A Pain! Try Some Tiger Nuts!

Tiger Nuts are not nuts, they're small vegetable tubers that grow in the ground like potatoes.

Wheat, barley, rye, oats. Worse than swear words to celiac sufferers. Enemies to the immune system. But you know all that and you're probably on a gluten-free diet. However, you've probably, unwittingly reduced the amount of daily fiber you eat and that's serious.

Enter Tiger Nuts – the celiac's new best friend. You've never heard of them? Well you have now. They're not nuts by the way, they're small vegetable tubers that grow in the ground like potatoes. Apart from being 100% gluten-free, Tiger Nuts are also, among many other things, full of prebiotic fiber. Just a small handful of these tiny powerhouses a day will provide you with 33% of your essential daily fiber intake. Now that's great news by itself but hold on, there's more.

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There's another significant benefit too. Many celiac sufferers find that when they adhere to a gluten-free diet they start to gain weight because of a healthier diet. Another significant benefit of Tiger Nuts is that they can help keep that weight in check because the high fiber content also absorbs moisture in the gut, kidding the brain that the stomach is so full it has no room for another thing. Simple!

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Interesting article. I do wonder how she was 'misdiagnosed' though and how she came to the conclusion she wasn't celiac.

Try dropping the oats for while and see if that helps. Some of us, myself included, react to even the ones that are certified as gluten free.

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