Celebrities Embrace the Wheat Free Diet
Added: (Wed Jan 04 2006)
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Many people in the public eye now exclude wheat from their diet as part of a healthy eating plan, including Liz Hurley, Kate Winslet, Scarlett Johanson, Rachel Hunter, Victoria Beckham, Suzanne Shaw and Ulrikka Jonsson, to name a few.
As celebrities embrace the wheat free diet, Anna Rowland, founder of www.wheatanddairyfree.com, today launched ĎThe Wheat Free Diet Ė A Four Week Diet Planí. Anna Rowland has been a long-time supporter of excluding wheat to promote better health and lose and control weight. The diet plan is available from eBay at a price of £2.99.
Her Diet Plan explains the reasons why eating wheat leads to weight increase and retention and long term health problems. She believes that everyone should limit the amount of wheat they eat, or should cut it out altogether, in order to see instant benefits to their weight and health. Many people have considerable intolerances to wheat and donít know it.
The Diet Plan provides clear, simple meal guides to help follow a wheat free diet.
Anna Rowland said ĎThe benefits of excluding wheat from the diet are startling. The difference between this and a fad diet is that fad diets donít work. Most people who have given up wheat will say that they lost weight, felt better, had more energy and felt more positive. The reason people sometimes donít stick to it is because they find it hard. I hope the diet plan will help make this easier. Many convenience products are also available from my online store www.wheatanddairyfree.com.
1. Anna Rowland, founder of www.wheatanddairyfree.com, developed multiple food intolerances ten years ago and has been wheat free ever since.
2. The Wheat Free Diet Plan is aimed at people wanting to lose weight, feel well and have more energy and has clear and simple meal plans.
3. The Wheat Free Diet Plan is available on eBay for a price of £2.99.
4. Anna Rowland launched www.wheatanddairyfree.com in frustration at not being able to find alternative foods easily. The site has 15,000 visitors a month.