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On the Court at Wimbledon: Gluten-Free Diets

On the Court at Wimbledon: Gluten-Free Diets

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With awareness of gluten-related conditions on the rise, more athletes are discovering that they have celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity and adopting the gluten-free diet. At this year’s Wimbledon, tennis stars Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and Sabine Lisicki were a few of those gluten-free athletes.

The players have all reported improvement in their performances after discovering their gluten-related disorders. Although the gluten-free diet shouldn’t be seen by athletes as a go-to diet for enhancing performance, these players are experiencing improvement because of the effect food intolerances and digestive disorders can have on athletic performance.

Novak Djokovic
Sabine Lisicki

Undiagnosed celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity can significantly affect athletic performance on many levels. Once identified and corrected, athletes begin to feel better and often play their best. Djokovic specifically credited the gluten-free diet for his success and improved performance on the court last year.

To get the full story on the gluten-free athletes at Wimbledon, read “Wimbledon Aces’ Gluten-Free Diets”

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