“Given the relatively low incidence of CD(Celiac Disease) and the massive commercial market for gluten-free products, it’s probably safe to say the majority of people on gluten-free diets are non-celiacs. Many people report that they feel better on a gluten-free diet despite being a non-celiac. Generally speaking, non-celiacs report improvements in their health ranging from reduced gastrointestinal symptoms, reduced joint inflammation, improved skin complexion, and increased mental clarity.”—Calvin Sun, Invictus
However, some new research suggests that gluten intolerance in non-celiacs might not exist. The research suggests that this may just be a placebo effect.
Workout of the Day
1X5@ 65% 1rep max
1X5@75% 1 rep max
1X5@ 85% 1 rep max
NOTE: Use 90% of your 1 rep max as your 1 rep max weight when figuring your percentages. AND NO, there isn’t an easier formula. Just do it.
Complete as many rounds as possible in 15 minutes of:
15-foot rope climbs, 2 ascents
20 wall-ball shots, 20-lb. ball
Run 200 meters
Post your scores to.