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Tag Archive 'Healing after Celiac or Gluten-Intolerant Diagnosis'

The Paleo Solution, Wheat Belly, Against All Grain, etc., etc. Gluten-free lifestyles are everywhere. You might be sick and tired of hearing about them. I am, and I live gluten-free. But it’s not a fad for me.   When I first heard the suggestion that I should stop eating gluten, I was already sick and […]

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The media often mentions gluten-free living these days. ‘This actor went gluten-free and lost weight or an athlete eats gluten-free and performs better!’ In general, I think the media attention is good for those of us who really need to eat a gluten-free diet. However, a few misconceptions need addressing.   1. If you have […]

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Any time there’s intestinal damage from gluten (or anything else), it’s harder to absorb all the vitamins and minerals we need.  Fortunately for all of us, our vitamin D doesn’t have to come from the food we eat or a supplement, especially in the summer.   According to a US Health article, during the summer, […]

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We’re back with more info on healing with celiac disease, gluten intolerance, and other food allergies and intolerances. I’ve been talking a bit about supplements and will continue with that for a few more posts.  However, there are a few supplements that go well with functional lab tests.  Their safe enough for short term use, […]

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It’s Time To Talk Supplements

“What supplements do you use?” It’s a question I’ve long avoided for a few different reasons.  My favorite reply is, “Why do you ask?”  However, the time has come to talk about supplements. The FDA has not evaluated my statements, they would most likely state that foods should not be used to heal, and none […]

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I’m Sooo Tired!!!

Patient: I’m extremely tired all the time. Doctor: I can prescribe something for your depression. Patient: I’m not depressed.  I’m exhausted.  (…and potentially have sore muscles, achy joints, headaches, and a painful gut.) Doctor: Wanting to sleep a lot is a sign of depression. Patient: It’s also a sign of being sick. Doctor: I can’t […]

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When I started planning this series, I realized that some of what needs said isn’t going to be liked.  Sometimes you’ll immediately identify with the things I talk about and think, Oh!  Me too! But at other times you may actually think, No!  I don’t want to hear that! There is no one right way […]

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