Fran Drescher reveals gluten-free diet weight loss

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Fran Drescher gluten-free weight loss

Celebrities have given the gluten-free diet mixed reviews with some accepting it while others have bashed it. However, Fran Drescher is one of the supporters, and her experience has been positive. She is revealing her latest weight loss numbers on the diet.

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Fran Drescher has been on a gluten-free diet for several years, and she also adjusted it to no longer being vegan. Some people with celiac disease have followed a similar regimen by either becoming vegan or vegetarian and later changing it. Drescher views her diet as an alternative way to fight exhaustion and improve her health.

Drescher recently mentioned her wedding to email inventor Shiva Ayyadurai on her official Twitter account, but she has also shared details about her diet with followers. She explained that she purchases her organic meat in bulk. She tries to buy wild game that is grass-fed and organic eggs, but she allows cereal, fruit, shakes and other products. Although she used to be vegan in the past, she has adjusted her diet while keeping all items gluten-free. It appears her new husband Shiva Ayyadurai has also influenced her decisions.

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The 56-year-old former star of “The Nanny” has lost 15 pounds on her new diet. She admits it has also affected her energy levels by eliminating the exhaustion she used to have on a daily basis. The celebrity is not afraid to share her diet secrets and mistakes. In August, she posted a photograph of her breakfast which included grapes, kiwi and other fruits.

While other celebrities occasionally say negative things about celiac disease and the gluten-free diet, Fran Drescher has been sharing her positive experiences. She encourages people to create their own healthy lifestyles and not be afraid to make changes. She has been able to avoid some medications by adjusting her diet.

Read more about celiac disease:
Celiac disease tips for making bread at home
Saving money while on a gluten-free diet: Celiac disease support

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