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 ›
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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 ›
Did you know that having a wheat allergy is not the same as having celiac disease? Many people seem to blur the lines among a gluten-related disease, an intolerance and an allergy… yet this can be terribly dangerous. Make no mistake, the only way to determine with certainty which condition [...]Read more ›
Celiac Disease is a digestive disorder found in patients who are susceptible, with the resulting damage to the small intestine by an interference with the absorption of nutrients. The main culprit with Celiac Disease is a protein called Gluten. These proteins are found in all forms of main stream and [...]Read more ›
The celiaquia or intolerance to gluten is a condition that is manifested mainly by a rather complex immunological disorder afflicting the small intestine caused directly by the same element (gluten) but it is good to ask what is gluten? Gluten is an element that is found in foods like oats, [...]Read more ›
Against the Grain What if you ate and ate – but kept losing weight. Imagine suffering from abdominal bloating, muscle cramps, diarrhea, night blindness, brittle bones, fatigue and dehydration. Then picture doctors telling you it was all in your head. This is what my friend Nancy went through for years [...]Read more ›
The author of this article has written it because their partner is celiac, and they have asthma. Ever woken up in the middle of the night and not been able to breathe? The thing with asthma is that while it is often hereditary, the onset in modern times often occurs [...]Read more ›