Celiac Disease and Paleo Diet Connection with Tina Turbin
This week’s Gluten Free School Podcast episode will chat with Tina Turbin about the connection between celiac disease and paleo diet when a gluten free diet just doesn’t seem to be helping your body heal. Tina is the author of “Getting Started on the Paleo Gluten-Free Diet” eBook.
We cover these topics:
01:27 – Introducing Tina Turbin, and her incredible journey from debilitating symptoms to getting diagnosed with celiac disease, and on the road to healing.
04:09 – Why do some people with celiac disease still experience health problems, despite being 100% gluten-free? Tina’s ‘aha’ moment leads to the truth of what’s really going on.
07:19 – What exactly is Paleo? Is it like the Caveman or Primal Diet? And how is it different from the standard American gluten-free diet?
11:15 – What is the Primal Diet and why is there so much confusion?
13:41 – List of Paleo foods. Are potatoes and fruit on this list?
15:16 – If you strictly follow the gluten-free diet but still have intestinal pain or inflammation, this could be why.
17:23 – Why does Jennifer’s version of Paleo not match with someone else’s? Why do you need to figure out your own food blueprint?
21:16 – What was the original Gluten Free Diet and how it has changed through the years?
24:25 – What is Refractory Celiac Disease and which foods need to be avoided?
27:00 – How does one start the Paleo Diet? How can the Paleo Diet be simplified to fit your lifestyle?
33:41 – This one simple change made Jennifer’s transition a smooth one.
36:41 – If you want to start feeling like a “power horse” concentrate on these 2 foods groups.
38:45 – Recipes and resources to help you live a healthy —and delicious— gluten-free life.
39:38 – If your autoimmune symptoms are aggravated despite being gluten-free or Paleo, beware of these 6 foods.
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