Leaky gut syndrome is a condition that affects people around the world. It is sometimes misdiagnosed by a professional in the medical profession. Many doctors do not test for leaky gut nor do they recognize that the situation exists in the human body. Today, there are people that are not [...]Read more ›
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There has been a lot of buzz in the media recently about Gluten. There are many terms being used that many people are not familiar with. These may be confusing to some people. What is GLUTEN? What is Gluten INTOLERANCE? What is GLUTEN SENSITIVITY? And the one that most people [...]Read more ›
As you may already know by now, gluten intolerance is not an easy condition to diagnose or treat. Despite nearly one in one hundred people suffering from some variation of it, gluten intolerance remains by and large a bit of a mystery. This article will discuss treatment beyond diagnosis. Understand [...]Read more ›
During her freshman year in college, as with most if not all college freshmen, her lifestyle changed and she was eating junk food, attending beer parties, and the other usual freshman activities. It wasn’t long and she had become extremely ill. The illness went on for months, and doctor after [...]Read more ›
Gluten intolerance or Celiac disease is a condition wherein a substance called “gluten”, a protein substance form wheat, oats and rye causes great damage to the small intestines resulting to gluten intolerance symptoms. These symptoms may vary at certain ages causing personality changes as well. Children with gluten intolerance (Celiac [...]Read more ›
Did you know that gluten intolerance can trigger problems throughout your body and not just along your intestinal tract? According to the University of Chicago, roughly ten percent of all people suffering from neurological problems of unknown origin are probably suffering from celiac disease. So what gluten intolerance symptoms manifest [...]Read more ›
Irritable bowel syndrome is the most common gastrointestinal diagnosis yet it is not really a disease nor does it have confirmatory diagnostic tests. Rather, it is diagnosed based on a constellation of symptoms and the absence of other diagnoses. Common symptoms attributed to IBS are abdominal pain, cramping, diarrhea, bloating [...]Read more ›