If you experience gastrointestinal distress when you eat foods containing gluten but you have tested negative for celiac, you may be suffering from non-celiac gluten sensitivity. While you and your doctor may desire to further explore a celiac sprue disease diagnosis through additional testing, you should also understand that you [...]Read more ›
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If you have been diagnosed with a gluten sensitivity, most grain products are not in your diet. That’s because grains are the primary source of gluten. You may believe that you won’t be able to enjoy many of your favorite foods, like pasta and cereals, again. There is good news. [...]Read more ›
Previously researchers and doctors used to believe that celiac disease or gluten intolerance was extremely rare but the past estimates were not correct. We will discuss about the role played by gastrointestinal disorders like ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease and irritable bowel syndrome in masking gluten intolerance. However, researchers and doctors [...]Read more ›
As medical diagnostic techniques become more and more sophisticated, we are learning about a number of food allergies. Although shellfish allergies and lactose intolerance are two fairly well-known dietary issues, doctors are now able to recognize some people’s inability to safely consume the widespread food dye, red 40, as well [...]Read more ›
More and more you will notice gluten-free products on your grocer’s shelves, from wheat-free breads and pastas made with alternative grains such as oats, barley, rice and rye, to creative alternatives to your favorite traditionally wheat-based baked goods. The reason behind this trend is two-fold: scientists and doctors are beginning [...]Read more ›
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 ›
If you have Celiac Disease or gluten intolerance, it is a good idea to consider having your child checked out for Celiac Disease as well. A simple genetic test can help you if they are symptom free and can be a relief if they do not show the genetic marker [...]Read more ›