Hey guys! I just found a great health email I think all those interested in the particulars of health and current research would be really interested in.
In particular, there is a great, informative and interesting article on the rise of gluten sensitivities and Celiac disease. You might have to sign up for the email newsletter to see it, but I think it’s worth it.
The article goes into detail on various elements concerning gluten digestive issues such as; understanding what happens within the body in regards to gluten absorption, common and uncommon symptoms, testing to diagnose Celiac, and the "Super Six", explained further in the quote below:
"The gluten-free diet has traditionally depended on starch from rice, corn, and potatoes. Food makers have also learned how to use xanthan and guar gums to replace gluten's elasticity: a common complaint about gluten-free baked goods is that they are powdery. But these formulations can also leave diets short of fiber and B vitamins. Melinda Dennis, the nutrition coordinator at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Celiac Center, encourages patients to eat foods made with unconventional but nutritionally well-rounded substitutes, including amaranth, buckwheat (no relation to wheat), millet, quinoa, sorghum, and teff. She calls them the "super six" because of their high vitamin and fiber content." (Taken from: Getting Out the Gluten by: Harvard Health Publications.)
So, as you can see, this article contains tons of helpful information, and their upcoming emails are bound to contain plenty of pertinent health information, so sign on up.
Follow this link to read a really great article on gluten.
--------------------------- Author Information: Kaitlin Fleming, San Francisco, CA Kaitlin Fleming, http://www.examiner.com/x-29008-SF-Gluten-Free-Examiner Kaitlin Fleming’s Email