Whole Foods Tours


Whole Foods tours are designed to educate the public about the benefits of consuming whole foods for total health and well being.

In their grocery store you can sign up for a variety of seminars designed to make the national grocer more user friendly.

Their marketing program is needed and wanted by the customers that shop in their stores.

Continuing education remains a large part of our delivery system through emergency dental care KC.

Today the tour is “Gluten-Free Diet Guide for Celiac Disease and Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity.”

One of the healthiest ways to eat nutritionally is adhering to a gluten free diet.

People complain of rice flour products with less than desirable taste in bread and pizza crust.

The instructor is Lisa Markley, MS, RDN, employed by Whole Foods Market.

A tasting session convinced me there are quality bread products that are appreciated by consumers when they are made known.

Gluten free restaurants abound in the Overland Park area of town.

One thing for sure labels should be read to control your sugar intake daily.

Gluten is a protein found in wheat. Its consumption over long periods of time can produce an intolerance to it.

Wheat, barley, and rye should be eliminated from the diet of those freeing themselves from gluten.

Oats by themselves the instructor explained do not contain gluten.

Health food stores purchase oats reportedly free of fields that are close in proximity to wheat fields.

Cross contamination of wheat and other grains occurs when they are grown close in proximity.

For this reason products grown without cross contamination are fine.

It may be safer to purchase prepackaged grains due to the fact dust from wheat accumulates in the area.

Washing grains will greatly reduce the dust from wheat in the area of whole grains.

In the produce department, anti-inflammatory products mentioned were strawberries, blue berries, garlic, cayenne extract, and Turmeric, a perennial plant of the ginger family.

Omega 3 found in Wild caught Atlantic salmon also reduces inflammatory processes and is known to aid in heart health.

Patients willing to take these products greatly reduce inflammation within the body.

Take the time to understand this diet it may one day save your life.

You become more aware of the different chemicals found in our grocery stores.

Waking up from the bondage of processed sugar is a very liberating experience.

A great benefit to the public from this diet is the replacement of refined, processed sugar (white sugar and high fructose corn syrup).

Whole Foods tours continue to gain the attention of those striving for improved overall health.

From the Diary of my enlightenment,

A.L. Clark, D.D.S.   http://www.dentist4you.biz


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