Celiac disease is a disease of the small intestine in which there is an immunological reaction within the inner lining of the small intestine to proteins (gluten) that are present in wheat, rye, barley and to a lesser extent, oats. This reaction causes inflammation that destroys the inner lining of [...]Read more ›
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There is reasonable evidence of neurological problems in Celiac disease (CD) even those well treated on a gluten-free diet should undergo periodic neurological screening. Peripheral neuropathy is found in almost half of people with CD. Previously, neurological complications in Celiac disease were reported to be as high as 36% or [...]Read more ›
Celiac disease is among the most under-diagnosed illnesses in North America. With thousands of new people being diagnosed as being positive for celiac disease each and every day, one has to wonder what are the celiac symptoms in adults? For a long time, this disease was considered to be one [...]Read more ›
Do you have Fibromyalgia? Are you constantly sick and tired all the time? Have you been told to live with it and that there is no cure? Could you actually have Celiac Disease and it has been undiagnosed? Is there a possibility you could find a solution to all your [...]Read more ›
This article exposes another fact about leaky gut and its connection with candida and celiac disease. Candida and Celiac disease share leaky gut as a major symptom. Obviously, first consideration is to make sure you have addressed the cause of the leakage – candida overgrowth, parasites, celiac disease, etc. Healing [...]Read more ›
Celiac disease is a digestive disorder that damages the lining of the small intestine so that nutrients are not properly absorbed. It can also cause mild to severe abdominal pain and discomfort, a range of health problems. While a person can be sensitive or allergic to gluten, they may not [...]Read more ›
Imagine nearing midlife before you finally find out you have celiac disease, a lifelong hereditary disorder. And all along, you thought that your migraines and gut aches were stress-related. Research indicates that in North America, one person out of every 100 has this frequently misdiagnosed disease that affects the body [...]Read more ›