If you are an athlete with gluten sensitivity, it can be difficult to navigate through the various protein powders. If you have had gluten allergy symptoms such as discomfort after eating gluten, you may want to consider a gluten free diet.
Does whey powder contain gluten? There are many supplements with hidden gluten, which may not be listed in ingredients.
All Pro Science carries only gluten free products.
All shake creations on the All Pro Science website are all gluten-free recipes. There are also a few gluten free vegan recipes you can see also in the navigation menu under Fitness Tips.
So what is gluten? Gluten is a type of glue that can build up in your gut. A gluten-free diet will help you avoid the pain associated with gluten intolerance symptoms. This is why a gluten free lifestyle can be the best option for your body.
What is gluten in? Gluten has developed into a commonly used baking agent. Inside flour, gluten will help rise the bread. Gluten also helps extend shelf life. Your bread for instance, will sit for weeks because of gluten-type agents.
Gluten is not only found in baked goods, but also is the main ingredient in fake meat products. That's right, faux meat products are filled with gluten.
The best time to become gluten free is now! Your body will thank you and you'll feel much better. Remember, gluten is a glue that builds up in your stomach! The sooner you stop eating gluten, the quicker your body will recover.
All Pro Science is always gluten free! APS also offers dairy free protein powder, in the form of vegetable protein (contains no dairy or soy!)