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Gluten Intolerance? Maybe it is your drink!

Updated: Dec 13, 2021

Do you have a gluten intolerance? Are you wondering what you can eat and drink that doesn’t bother your stomach and digestive tract? Maybe it is not just the foods you expect to affect you but even the “healthy” drinks and “sugar-free” drinks that you may need to avoid. Maybe it is the sugar and sweeteners that are making you feel so bad.

In an article from called “The most common signs of gluten intolerance” they mention a list of foods that contribute to stomach aches pains or issues with diarrhea and constipation due to gluten intolerance.

A lot of “diet” foods and drinks use Sugar Alcohol instead of real sugars. This may be good to keep the label as “sugar-free” and avoid sugars but that is not always a good alternative. It may even make it worse. Common types of sugar alcohols include xylitol, sorbitol, and mannitol.

Brands with these three sugar alcohols even have to put warning signs on the labels. Why? Because consumption may cause laxative effects. You don’t need that from your snacks and drinks.

Sugar alcohols are also FODMAPs. “FODMAPs are types of carbohydrates found in certain foods, including wheat and beans. Studies have shown strong links between FODMAPs and digestive symptoms like gas, bloating, stomach pain, diarrhea, and constipation” according to Healthline.

Sugar is the enemy to most diets but are the symptoms of these sugar alcohols worth cutting sugar out or your diet or is it worse? Lucky enough there are other options. You could entirely avoid sugars and these sugar alcohols that may put you in a lot of discomfort and maybe ruin your day.

When you have your next sugar cravings, Instead of consuming high amounts of sugar alcohols, or sugary drinks and snacks, you can try either Erythritol or Stevia, 2 HEALTHY sugar alcohol options that won’t make you feel sick, bloated, gassy, constipated, or give you stomach pain, yet are still sweet as sugar.

Erythritol is a natural sweetener that tastes like sugar and is actually sugar alcohol. With Erythritol, the “molecules are structured gives them the ability to stimulate the sweet taste receptors on your tongue” according to Healthline. Erythritol is created when a type of yeast ferments glucose from corn or wheat starch.

Like Erythritol, stevia is also a natural ingredient. Stevia in nature is a plant leaf and many companies use it now after a processing and refining process. Stevia plants are used as a nonnutritive sweetener which means it has almost no calories. Stevia sweeteners can be good for anyone looking to lose weight.

Pictured above is a natural stevia plant

REZ, an all-natural, plant-based, immune-supporting drink is sweetened with both natural Stevia and Erythritol. REZ is healthy, low-calorie, sugar-free, and its vitamins, minerals, electrolytes, and antioxidants make you feel better, and not worse. Unlike other “Healthy” drinks and sports drinks, REZ does not use artificial sweeteners.

REZ is just one of many sugar-alcohol drinks but nothing truly compares to REZ and its all-natural and healthy ingredients. With 0-sugar, 10-calories, and only 1-carb, it is a great drink for anyone on a diet or weight-loss journey.

A lot of the new diets are low-carb diets including keto, paleo, and Beachbody. Avoid the carbs which contain gluten entirely with REZ.

Pictured above is REZ, all-natural, plant-based, immune-supporting healthy drink!

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