Waiting for a celiac disease diagnosis? Have you been feeling ill for a while? Have all the classic symptoms of celiac disease? Sometimes getting as far as a clear diagnosis can feel like it takes forever. Keep going! It’s worth doing it the end – for your own peace of [...]Read more ›
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A type of the diet in the offing is the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD), which is thoroughly tackled in the book Management of Celiac Disease by medical experts Dr. Sydney Valentine, Dr. Haas Gottschall and Dr. Merrill P. Haas. Dr. Sydney Haas. Dr. Haas Haas Gottschall who is pediatrician got [...]Read more ›
Celiac disease is an auto immune disorder in which the small intestine reacts to the presence of protein found naturally in wheat, rye and barley. This protein is called gluten and, for unknown reasons, it causes allergic reactions in the small intestines, which – when left untreated – could lead [...]Read more ›
Celiac Disease and gluten seem like new topics even though they are decades old. The problem is that testing for Celiac IS still decades old and that is hurting million of people. Most doctors are still using blood tests and biopsies, both of which are outdated and inaccurate. First let’s [...]Read more ›
A significant percentage of the world’s population suffers from gluten intolerance and in some cases can suffer more severely from celiac or coeliac disease. Celiac suffers from a genetic disorder that causes them to be allergic to a protein contained in gluten. This allergic reaction causes inflammation in the small [...]Read more ›
Celiac disease is a genetic disease and is currently incurable. 1 in 133 Americans currently suffer from this condition, also known as an auto-immune disease. For those that have an immediate family member that has been diagnosed, there is a 1 in 22 chance that you will also have it. [...]Read more ›
Suffering from diarrhoea, abdominal pain and / or weight loss? These are some of the key symptoms that might alert a doctor to the possibility of coeliac disease or an issue with gluten. Research, however suggests that individuals suffering from these ‘classic’ symptoms are merely the tip of the iceberg [...]Read more ›