Djokovic with no gluten goes from good to great

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Tennis has captured many people’s attention over the past few weeks, especially here in Melbourne. I remember watching Novak Djokovic a few years ago. He was a rising star with amazing talent at such a young age. During his early years of becoming a top 50 ranked player, he withdrew from games and also went off the court during a game due to stomach cramps and pain. Many spectators at the time thought it was all a joke or an excuse when he was having a tough time against his opponent.

Soon after, in 2009, he started a Gluten Free diet and this was when he went from “Good to Great”. The question will often be asked “Did you reach such high performance levels as a result of your gluten free diet”? Novak often claims it has had such a substantial impact in his quest for being Tennis’s number 1.

Regardless of whether some people think it’s a coincidence or not, I feel that if you suffer digestive issues and cramps and are not sure what it may be especially after having them fully investigated, a good start would be eliminate a food type for 2 weeks and monitor the impact on your health and quality of life. Many people I have spoken to have been unbelievably surprised with the results after going through this guided process.

For more info about Novak Djokovic’s health story, read this article

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