Gluten sensitivity has a very large array of symptoms, which can manifest in congress or one at a time for a very long period of time. Therefore, the condition cannot be diagnosed per so by studying only one symptom, this can only lead to a wrong misdiagnosis, and through the [...]Read more ›
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It can be quite challenging to diagnose gluten intolerance symptoms because they tend to be similar to manifestations of other conditions and no single symptom on its own is sufficient to make a positive diagnosis. Therefore it is very important for every individual to pay attention to his physical and psychological onset and to consult a medic as soon as any of the following symptoms become apparent, clustered together or individually occurring through time.Read more ›
Although similar, these two conditions, celiac disease and gluten intolerance are two very different medical issues. Let’s start with a clear definition of each one: Celiac disease is an immune response to gluten. It is therefore a defense mechanism response of the body that identifies gluten as a dangerous substance [...]Read more ›
Around the world around 15% of all population is gluten intolerant. There are many different ways in which gluten intolerance manifests itself, varying in intensity from mild gluten intolerant individuals that may not even be aware of it to actual people that may develop the celiac disease, which is the [...]Read more ›
A question came up the other day from a customer that was concerned about her dog’s intolerance to gluten. Her question was whether or not she should be concerned about feeding a beef diet to her pet if the cow had been fed a grain diet, which naturally contains gluten. [...]Read more ›
There was a time when the world was flat, cigarettes were not harmful, and gluten wasn’t so bad. Here’s why it is going to take decades and millions more to get hurt before the mainstream understands why gluten is as dangerous as it is: unless the person triggers an acute [...]Read more ›
You may not know you have gluten intolerance – but you should be highly suspect if you have elevated liver enzymes. Gluten intolerance, largely a genetic disorder can cause many health challenges. People who suffer with bloating, constipation and/or diarrhea, fatigue, weight gain, bone or joint pain, dental enamel defects, [...]Read more ›