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Warning: The Gluten-free Bible

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I have not read the book, but I would like to say that 'cheat' is not a word the writer should have used. People differ in their ability to control cravings but when it comes to something as serious as ingesting food that has the ability to slowly poison, the majority of people who suffer from gluten intolerance, once they have discovered that cutting out gluten relieves pain, and extremely debilitating intestinal problems along with a host of other terrible symptoms which had previously made their lives a misery, then someone like that is not going to want to ever touch anything that contains gluten again.

The people who know for sure what gluten can do are those who have been suffering from many distressing symptoms for years without any diagnosis until the ingredient which has been slowly poisoning their bodies has been removed and they experience relief at last. Some people actually believe that they are slowly dying before they discover the new lease of life they have gained from cutting out gluten completely. People like that do not 'cheat', they desperately try to avoid the poison that will make them ill again.

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