Why gluten free low carb? Here is what you need to consider: The wheat belly diet is about losing weight, and if you simply replace your favorite cookies, cakes, breads and pastas with gluten free alternatives you aren’t really saving any calories or carbs. In fact, some of these replacements may even be higher in calories and carbs than what you were eating earlier! After all, gluten free products are typically marketed to those with celiacs disease, (who have a gluten intolerance) and are not being marketed as a weight loss food.However, with Wheat Belly you have to watch your carbohydrate intake and many gluten-free products are very high in carbs. So if going gluten free pretty much guarantees that you are also wheat free, then why not just follow a gluten free diet? The answer is simple. You do want to eliminate the wheat in your diet and the easiest way is to look for gluten-free replacements. However, with Wheat Belly you have to watch your carbohydrate intake and many gluten-free products are very high in carbs. Visceral and subcutaneous fat bellies are not permanent conditions, so consult a physician for advice on weight management. In this book you will find a collection of recipes which are not only gluten free but with no gluten replacement.In this book you will find low carb MUFA rich gluten free recipes which will show amazing result in the first two weeks itself!!! Each recipes are provided with (Carb: Protein: Fat ratio), (Saturated fat % of total fat ratio) and total calorie values per serving, helping you to plan your meals accordingly....selecting from high protein-low crab ratio,low calorie-low crab ratio,or even high protein-low calorie ratio. However, please note that I am not affiliated or endorsed by wheat belly diet.