Celebrities Who’ve Gone Gluten-Free

Diane Eenigenburg Offers Insight into the Gluten-Free Food Frenzy

In the U.S., nearly 2 in 10 adults are ditching wheat; 18 percent are going gluten-free. A gluten-free diet has become popular because of numerous celebrity endorsements. Celebrities have adopted a gluten-free diet for health reasons or personal preference and as a result have a slim physique, increased level of energy and clear skin. The market for gluten-free foods is booming as more celebrities are raising awareness for celiac disease. With gluten intolerance of her own, Diane Eenigenburg of Lia P Gluten-Free has developed a line of tasty products that taste just like the traditional versions. Eenigenburg offers her insight for a healthy and sustainable gluten-free diet.

Here are some celebrities who’ve found it beneficial to maintain a gluten-free diet.

  • Jessica Alba
    • Jessica Alba lives a healthy lifestyle and maintains a gluten-free diet due to her wheat intolerance. She is open about her diet and loves gluten-free baked goods.

·         Emmy Rossum

o   Emmy stays fit and healthy by following a gluten-free diet for years. She is open with talking about her celiac disease.

  • Chelsea Clinton –
    • Former president, Bill Clinton’s daughter Chelsea Clinton has a gluten allergy. She created a buzz in the media by insisting on a gluten-free wedding. Her wedding cake was gluten-free.

·         Malin Akerman

o   In 2010, Malin was diagnosed with an autoimmune condition which didn’t allow her to eat gluten. She believes in eating nutritiously and fresh, leaving processed foods out of her diet.

  • Elisabeth Hasselbeck
    • Elizabeth has celiac disease and regularly talks about her experience on The View. She has written a book about how to go gluten-free.

Is gluten-free for me?
It’s extremely possible to make gluten-free alternatives without removing your favorite foods from your diet. “Lia P makes the transition to a gluten-free diet easy with appetizing fluffy gluten-free bread to make traditional lunch favorites like peanut butter and jelly to gluten-free pizza crust, along with varieties of cookies, brownies and even cake pops” says Eenigenburg.

Living a gluten-free lifestyle doesn’t have to be a sacrifice with the extensive selection of gluten-free products available in everything from bakeries to grocery stores. In fact, the gluten-free alternatives taste just as great as the originals. Diane Eenigenburg of Lia P Gluten Free offers a plethora of gluten-free products for an easy gluten-free lifestyle.