How to Become Gluten Intolerant

Being gluten free used to be a luxury only reserved for those who are intolerant to gluten. With this cutting edge gluten educational video, you can become gluten intolerant too, whether or not you're actually intolerant to gluten. In the new age, if you're not living gluten free, you're getting left behind. Here's your chance to jump on the new age conscious band wagon!

Read more ›

Login to rate this video.

You can place this video on your website by inserting the (X)HTML code below:

Embed code:
<iframe src="" width="400" height="330" frameborder="0"></iframe>

You can email this video to your friends by entering their addresses below:

Your information:

add Add another recipient

Human verification:

People who liked this video also liked

AtmosFear freefall tower at Liseberg Gothenburg in Sweden
I Can't Taste Anything
1087 Days in Just 15 Minutes - Growing Plant Time Lapse COMPILATION
Colored balls elevator. Particle fluid. Music. Molecular Script. Video 4K
2019 Tasmanian Tiger Photo
Budgie Balancing Trick


9 comments posted so far. Login to add a comment.

Expand all comments

Picture of Geekster80 achievements

+32 1. Geekster (admin) commented 9 years ago

(i) Fun fact: Gluten is just a protein and has nothing to do with being healthy or fat. Just a very few people are slightly allergic to it because they have Celiac disease. Unless a doctor has diagnosed you with this disease, your are most likely suffering of placebo effect :P Interesting how our grand-grand-parents could live long and well with gluten food, I mean *cough* normal food. :D

(i) Fun Fact 2: All this fuss with gluten-free food is just another marketing gimmick just like bio/eco/dynamic/carbon-free food , all meant to get the money from the stupid. :)
Picture of nokster57 achievements

+8 2. nokster commented 9 years ago

#1 That said, thank God is gluten-free :D
Picture of Geekster80 achievements

+14 3. Geekster (admin) commented 9 years ago

#2 100% gluten-free, user-friendly, all-vegetal, bio-dynamic, solar-powered, carbon-neutral, eco-friendly :D :D :D
Picture of LaoMa28 achievements

+4 4. LaoMa commented 9 years ago

After gluten-free diet became a trend, the prices of these special foods have come down quite a bit. Great news for the people with actual celiac disease, like my sister :)
Picture of Dannelito29 achievements

+3 5. Dannelito commented 9 years ago

During the baking of bread nowadays many companies insert more gluten into their bread then normal when just using flour. This is done to make the bread softer and more juicy. Though not 100% verified I find it plausible this might cause an increase in how many who becomes gluten intolerant. Compare this to other allergies and diseases. When you come in contact with an not "natural" occurring substance you might develop and allergy againt that substance. For example nickel allergy when exposed to nickel in a necklace.
Picture of tiggfigg29 achievements

+3 6. tiggfigg commented 9 years ago

They should put gluten in products that say 100% gluten free.

I bet no-one would notice, because these people are insane.
Picture of samxgx54 achievements

-2 7. samxgx commented 9 years ago

I had a friend who drank purified gluten and his ding dong fired off and exploded mid air. His tv cought most of the shrapnels...
Picture of Akira37 achievements

+1 8. Akira commented 9 years ago

Being gluten intolerant myself, this is guy is somewhere between ignorant and insulting. He clearly does not understand the difference between being gluten intolerant and being a dick.

#1: There is a difference between celiac disease and gluten intolerance. And I don't think gluten intolerance is explainable by the placebo effect. How did you arrive at this conclusion? Do you have professional training in medicine or biochemistry? Or are you just a guy with an overabundance of opinion?
Picture of buckleg0858 achievements

0 9. buckleg08 commented 7 years ago