NYC Chiropractor Provides Health and Wellness Solutions for People Struggling with Gluten Intolerance Non celiac gluten intolerance is often a serious issue igniting constant inflammation within the body. The inflammation will be brought on by the immunity process targeting the gluten. Generally, the immune system makes antibodies for the gluten. [...]Read more ›
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With so many diet fads coming and going every year, it might be easy to look at the growing crowd of gluten-free labels in your grocery store and discount them as just part of another diet fad. But gluten intolerance is real, permanent and dangerous.Read more ›
If you’ve been around the block a couple of times, you’ve probably heard the term gluten free. What exactly is gluten free? Well, to explain that, we need to take a look at what gluten is specifically. Gluten is a protein found in many grain foods. It’s great to use [...]Read more ›
With celebrities and major food manufacturers turning the gluten-free diet into the latest fad diet, more and more people are wondering about the origins of the need to avoid gluten. I’m starting to see some dangerous misuse of the vocabulary surrounding the gluten phenomenon. One term in particular that concerns [...]Read more ›
Chronic or unexplained constipation and diarrhea are often categorized as irritable bowel syndrome, otherwise known as IBS. But these can also be signs of celiac disease. While celiac sprue disease was once thought to be uncommon in the United States, as we learn more we discover it may not be [...]Read more ›
The similarities between the symptoms of Candida and gluten intolerance, also known as Coeliac Disease, are very similar. Candida is a yeast that lives in the body naturally in the stomach, intestines and other places in the body. While most doctors don’t recognize Candida as a legitimate health problem, it [...]Read more ›
Just a decade ago doctors and researchers alike believed that celiac disease or gluten intolerance was extremely rare. But a recent study indicated that at least one in 133 people all over the world suffer from some form of gluten sensitivity. There are a few reasons why estimates were so [...]Read more ›