Kicking Gluten to The Curb



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ANCHOR LEAD: It's becoming more common to know someone who is living a gluten-free lifestyle. And as Brian Osuch finds out, changing your diet today – can affect how you're feeling tomorrow. (:60) SCRIPT: Lifestyles, I'm Brian Osuch. Gluten – the protein found in wheat, rye and barley –is found in many common foods and ingredients. For those living a gluten-free lifestyle, meal and snack times can often feel daunting. But Certified Health Coach and TV Personality Tenley Molzahn says there are some easy and tasty ways to eat while on the go. CUT: (Molzahn) I always pre-make some snacks. I do a lot of nuts and dried fruit, and veggies like carrots and apples. And always make sure that I have like nut butter with me, like an almond butter packet is perfect to have on hand, as well as my SOYJOY bars. And, just making sure that they're stashed away in my purse. SCRIPT: Molzahn says her work as a Certified Health Coach and her personal gluten-free lifestyle help her focus on foods that don't initiate an upset, and foods that work in a busy schedule. CUT: (Molzahn) SOYJOY is an awesome go-to bar… one of my favorite snack bars. It's made with real fruit, it's non-genetically modified whole-ground soy beans. And, it's just a perfect snack to choose while being gluten-free or otherwise. SCRIPT: For more information, log onto Soy-Joy-dot-com. That's Lifestyles from SOYJOY.
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