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Conditions Associated with Gluten Sensitivity – Autism

September 7, 2010

Autism is a disorder that causes young children to not develop normal social relationships, and can begin from the age of two. An autistic child also behaves in compulsive and ritualistic ways, and often communicates in an abnormal manner.
High levels of antibodies to gluten and casein (a protein in milk products), have consistently been found [...]

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Conditions Associated with Gluten Sensitivity – Neurological Diseases Part 2

August 31, 2010

Neurological Diseases Part 2
One of the first symptoms of gluten sensitivity and neurological disorders, are unexplained, frequent headaches.
The M.D. of the Royal Hallmashire Hospital in Sheffield, England – Marios Hadjivassiliou, studied four male and six female patients suffering from headaches and gluten sensitivity – some of which also had unsteadiness or ataxia. The patients had [...]

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Conditions Associated with Gluten Sensitivity – Neurological Diseases Part 1

August 24, 2010

Neurological Diseases Part 1
People suffering from neurological diseases of unknown causes have a far greater frequency of gluten sensitivity than those of the general population.
One study in particular showed 57 percent of patients with neurological disorders of unknown origin had elevated levels of antigliadin antibodies, compared to only 12 percent in the control group.
This is [...]

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Misdiagnosis can have devastating effects

August 11, 2009

Gluten sensitivity is a chameleon – like disease.
The condition’s ability to hide behind a variety of symptoms makes it difficult – but not impossible – to diagnose correctly. And, of course, if it’s not diagnosed correctly it cannot be treated correctly – that is, with a totally gluten – free diet.
Furthermore, incorrect diagnosis can lead [...]

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Do I have Allergy or Intolerance?

August 7, 2009

In my many years in this industry I have often listened to people’s health problems and symptoms and how they have responded to traditional medical intervention.
If I suggest they may be gluten sensitive, their response to me is often, “Does this mean I have an allergy?”
The answer is “No!”
Gluten sensitivity is not an allergy. It [...]

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New resource for the Gluten sensitive, Gluten intolerant and Celiacs

December 25, 2008

In their news entry, PRWEB told us about a new Gluten Free search engine.

PRWEB: has just launched as the web’s first gluten-free search engine. The gluten-free trend, often dubbed the diet industry’s “new low-carb,” is no fad. With as much as 30% of the population gluten sensitive, and millions still undiagnosed, gluten-free is [...]

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ECZEMA: Another Aspect of Gluten Sensitivity?

November 25, 2008

Eczema afflicts possibly one person in five per head of population and up to one child in ten.
Eczema, and related afflictions such as psoriasis and dermatitis, can affect people of all ages from newborn, breastfed babies to elderly adults. In infants and toddlers more than 80% of eczema, some extremely acute, is caused by allergic [...]

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Gluten Sensitivity – As many as 1 in 10 affected

November 13, 2008

It seems that at least one person in ten may suffer from some type of gluten sensitivity. The symptoms may range from trivial to life threatening.
You may be gluten sensitive if gluten provokes your symptoms and if your symptoms diminish or disappear when gluten is withdrawn from your diet only to flare again upon re-exposure [...]

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