Gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, can cause health issues for those sensitive to it. Diseases such as celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity can cause symptoms such as abdominal pain, diarrhea, and weight loss.
A gluten-free diet might help alleviate these symptoms and improve overall gut health.
For those without celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity, research has also shown that a gluten-free diet can assist with weight loss, improve energy levels, and decrease the risk of certain metabolic diseases. People who follow a gluten-free diet tend to have a lower body mass index (BMI) and lower cholesterol levels than those who consume gluten.
A gluten-free diet may also help improve your client's energy levels by reducing inflammation and improving their gut health.
But, transitioning to a gluten-free diet can be overwhelming for many, including your coaching clients. As a coach, in addition to your coaching sessions, you can use additional tools and resources to guide your clients through the process, making the transition as smooth as possible.
My ebook provides an overview of the topic, including information on gluten and gluten-related disorders, tips for transitioning to a gluten-free diet, and strategies for managing the lifestyle. It is beginner-friendly and will not overwhelm your client with too much information all at once.
The ebook covers topics ranging from understanding gluten and gluten sensitivity to planning and preparing for a gluten-free diet, navigating social and dining out, and managing a gluten-free lifestyle's emotional and social aspects. It includes an overview of a gluten-free diet and its benefits, a deep dive into understanding gluten and gluten sensitivity, tips for grocery shopping and meal planning, and recommendations for gluten-free substitutes. It also includes an overview of gluten-free flour, ingredients, cooking, and baking techniques for gluten-free meals and snacks.
The ebook also provides strategies for eating gluten-free at restaurants and social events and tips for communicating dietary restrictions with friends and family. It includes an appendix with gluten-free resources, such as online forums, support groups, gluten-free products, a list of gluten-free foods and ingredients, and a sample meal plan for a week on a gluten-free diet.
This done-for-you template is designed in Canva, allowing you to customize it to your clients and business branding. You can add your logo, colors, and branding elements to make the ebook look and feel like theirs.
You can use it as a lead magnet, add it to your coaching program, sell it to your clients as a digital product, or use it in any other way that aligns with your business.
Click on this link to check it out - Gluten-free ebook/workbook.