Jan 182011

In my interview with Mitch Roberts, he made a suggestion to me and our readers, he said “Go Gluten Free.”  When he suggested this I thought I had gone Gluten-free my whole life, because I thought it was referring to the muscle on my rear-end.  Turns out, Mitch was talking about something else entirely.

Gluten-free is a diet, completely free of Gluten.  Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, rye, malts and triticale.  Mitch said that he did not realize how much Gluten affected him and that by going Gluten free for a time period, he felt much healthier as a result.   He recommended that everyone should try it for at least a week to see how you feel afterwards.  Perhaps later along in the training process I may try to go “Gluten Free” for a week or two. 

Mitch, thanks for the advice and enlightening us all about “Going Gluten Free.”

  2 Responses to ““Go Gluten Free”?”

  1. I’m blaming this GF thing on Mitch! I went GF with too, and now I’m STUCK! Well, not really, but if I eat Gluten now, I don’t like it!

    • Peter, you should not blame getting a GF on Mitch. But, yes, GF’s do have a tendency to make you feel stuck, well, if you choose the wrong one that is. Oh, wait, you’re talking about Gluten . . . nevermind. Suppose I will have to try it at least once in my lifetime, I will let you know when I do.


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