A gluten free diet is one that does not include any glutelins. These are a group of proteins that are commonly referred to as glutens. They are found in the grains of cereals such as wheat, barley or rye, for example. In fact, most of the protein complex of such grains, which go into everyday foodstuffs like bread, is nearly all formed from glutens. They have what is known as a viscoelastic property which means that they will form long, stretchy chains of molecules, especially when they are mixed with yeast and water. That is what gives bread dough, for example, its plasticine-like texture. It also helps to make bread stay stable without breaking apart when it is cooked. However, such glutens are not required to make food like bread, and many people now advocate the benefits of a diet that is free of gluten.
A sugar free diet is one that has little or no intake of the simplest forms of soluble carbohydrates. Although carbohydrates are common in all sorts of food – especially starchy ones – they are distinguished from sugars by not being so distinctively sweet. A number of different sugars are used in food production these days including glucose, fructose and galactose, although there are many more. A completely sugar free diet will attempt to avoid all of these. However, in the main, people who want to stop eating sugar are usually referring to abstaining from sucrose, a particular type of sugar that is found most commonly in a granulated form as table sugar. By simply not adding such sugar to beverages like tea and coffee is a good first step towards going sugar free.
Freedom is an elusive concept because it means different things to different people. The fact that it can be interpreted differently is, ironically, down to the freedom we have over our own thoughts. For most people, the idea of freedom is best described as the ability to alter something – anything, in fact – freely. This is somewhat open-ended as a definition, however. As such, freedom tends to be referred to by contrasting it against its absence, in forms of social or economic control such as slavery, for example. When we are free of such constraints, we are said to be at liberty, that is the state in which we can act freely.
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