Step 5 Cut Back on Grains – The gluten in wheat has truly changed so much over the years, a number of people are finding that they now have gluten sensitivity. The old recommendation of 6-11 servings of bread, cereal, rice and pasta, except for giving us a Wheat Belly has given us little to no benefit. Rates of obesity and diabetes continue to rise. Many times we have symptoms even though we are not aware of a specific illness, we simply just don’t feel good. We can give up grains containing gluten but that’s not always the answer. Simply being gluten free does not make a packaged, processed food healthy! Many, if not most, gluten free products you see on the supermarket shelf still have other ingredients you will want to avoid to achieve superior health, such as sugar, hydrogenated oils, and simple carbohydrates. This guide will help you eliminate grains for a season then add them slowly back in to see how you tolerate them. If you’re not sure how to cut back on grains you’ll find the help you need here.