More and more people are choosing to avoid gluten. When asked, proponents often claim that they feel better for it, or simply that they feel it is a healthier option. On the other hand, dieticians and doctors tend to look unfavourably on such practice unless a person has a demonstrable gluten intolerance. So, should you be avoiding gluten?
When we feel a bit low, we usually think it must be something to do with stresses and strains of life, perhaps we feel (or are told) we need to change our mental attitude. However, there are several nutrition and lifestyle factors that can affect mood and some small tweaks here may reap great benefits.