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Djokovic: The makeover Gluten-Free Diet

Djokovic and girlfriend Jelena at Cannes. Jelena provides the stability, says the Serb

Gluten is a protein which is found in rye, wheat and barley. Vallabhjee, a fitness expert, explained, "Gluten isn't digested in our system but somehow can be absorbed via perforations in the small intestine. The immune system detects gluten which cannot be broken down efficiently and which causes adverse reactions. The gluten in the system also prevents effective absorption of good nutrients because the molecules pair with them. It can result in fatigue, bloating and skin irritations. " Vallabhjee added, "When we consume cereals, bread and tortillas we consume gluten. "


Jelena Ristic, the stunning 25-year-old Serb, is not your average WAG. She dabbled with tennis when growing up in Belgrade, where she met her superstar boyfriend Novak Djokovic in high school. After she completed her schooling, she enrolled in the Bocconi University - School of Economics in Milan. When she completed her studies, she reportedly moved in with Djokovic in Monte Carlo and got a job with the Libyan oil company Tamoil in the human resources department. She recently submitted her PhD papers on management at the Bocconi University. Of Jelena, who is rarely seen at tennis tournaments, Djokovic said, "She's very ambitious. She has her own goals. She's been a great support to me. She's been the source of energy. Of love. " Jelena, who hasn't been featured much in the media, said in a rare interview: "I am not dating Novak in order to feel powerful. I am with him because I love him. "

Reader's opinion (4)

Agasthi KothurkarJul 17th, 2011 at 09:42 AM

One of the most pathetic pieces of editing. Whats what here ?

Rajesh NairJun 22nd, 2011 at 10:50 AM

This article does not make any sense...stop these!

Aishwarya MandeJun 15th, 2011 at 14:15 PM

its quite confusing, what is trying to be said here?

ravikanth gJun 9th, 2011 at 11:39 AM

So what's the connection between Gluten and Jelena????
Your standards of articles are falling in the regular edition, now we can see the same in the crest edition.

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