Both adults and children are prone to Celiac Disease and it can start at any age. Celiac Disease is initiated by consuming certain foodstuff containing protein gluten. Up until now, there is no remedy for the disease; however, a modification in your diet will help keep the disease under control. [...]Read more ›
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Wheat allergy is one of the most common of all food allergies. One of the problems in dealing with it is that it is confused not just with wheat intolerance but also with celiac disease. All 3 health issues can be very problematic causing much pain and anguish, so let’s [...]Read more ›
Celiac disease is a disease of the intestinal tract caused by the presence of gluten in the diet. An allergic reaction to the gluten causes a breakdown in structure of the villi which line the internal surface of the small intestine. These small projections normally provide a large surface area [...]Read more ›
Brian suffered with GI issues for several years before a friend suggested that he might be lactose intolerant. This made sense to him as eating an ice cream with a waffle cone, sandwiches with cheese, yogurt with granola and many other milk based desserts or meals set off his GI [...]Read more ›
Many people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes develop additional medical complications as a result of their condition. One such condition is celiac disease, which affects approximately 1 in every 250 Type 2 diabetics, with odds being increased when there is a family history of the disease. Even though it may [...]Read more ›
Celiac disease is a form of digestive disease which has the ability to damage your small intestines. It also blocks the absorption of nutrients and minerals from your own food. Malnutrition and the lack of ability to absorb the essential nutrients needed by your body are its common symptoms. This [...]Read more ›
Celiac disease affects the small intestine and slows the absorption of nutrients from foods. People who suffer from celiac disease have developed allergies to gluten, a protein that is found in wheat, rye and barley. Gluten is used as a thickener in sauces, soups and ice cream and is the [...]Read more ›