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Jan 23rd 2024

Celiac Disease

Question: I have celiac disease and I have been off of gluten for almost a year.  I have been very careful about avoiding gluten.  Unfortunately, I still have lots of symptoms and my doctor has no suggestions.  Do you have any suggestions? H. A. – Chapel Hill, NC Answer:   There exists today a pandemic of bowel disease that sometimes manifests as celiac disease (gluten intolerance).  As you are surely aware, celiac can be quite serious, but it is usually controlled by carefully avoiding the gluten found in grains such as wheat, rye, barley, and oats. There are many contributing factors to the development of celiac disease including our excessive consumption of wheat, our poor diets, and our consumption of chlorinated drinking water.  However, the most important cause of bowel diseases may be the irrational use of antibiotics by our physicians.  Antibiotics damage the natural balance of the bacteria in our digestive systems, causing overgrowth of abnormal flora, disrupting gut tissue, and causing food sensitivities. When someone is sensitive to gluten and is still showing symptoms after removing gluten from the diet, the most likely cause is the continued overgrowth of abnormal bacteria in the small intestine.  In fact, an Italian study published in a 2003 American Journal of Gastroenterology found that people like you, who continued to experience symptoms such as diarrhea and gastric pain after removing gluten from their diet, were found to have an abnormal overgrowth of bacteria in the small intestine. You need to find a local alternative health practitioner who knows how to measure for such an overgrowth.  Then start a regime that including something to help kill those particular bacteria as well a supplementing with the Beyond Health Probiotics, FOS, EFA Formula, Endura Guard and Beyond Health Cell Detox.




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