Celiac disease

Can Bread Give You Herpes?

If you’re sensitive to gluten, a protein found in wheat, and foods made from wheat, it can make you more susceptible to herpes. Herpes, a virus that forms blisters on the skin, mouth and genitals causes what are called cold sores or fever blisters. It is highly contagious and may keep coming back, causing repetitive infections.

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Can Celiac Disease Make Your Child Mentally Ill? Watch These Recovery Videos!

If you or someone you know has a child with a mental illness, behavioral problem or unexplained neurological issue, you must watch these videos. They vividly illustrate how gluten and celiac disease can cause neurological illnesses and how removing gluten and casein from the diet can improve or cure the child. Eamon Murphy started exhibiting mental aberrations and problems eating ...

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Can Medicine Make You Sicker? Common Drugs that Deplete Nutrients

Whether due to malabsorption from an undiagnosed syndrome like celiac disease, poor diet or defective activation of nutrients, many people are not receiving or utilizing the nutrients their bodies need to thrive. The human body is tough. You can operate at sub-optimal levels for years or decades before a clinical symptom becomes apparent or is recognized as resulting from a ...

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Cataracts Due to Nutrient Deficiencies in Celiac Disease

  —————— The post below is a response to a young woman with cataracts and celiac disease. Cataracts are directly related to nutrient deficiencies of Vitamin A, calcium and possibly vitamin B2 in celiac disease. (Editor’s note.) Hello, I am 20 years old, have celiac disease and cataracts. The optometrist told me it is because I have fair skin and ...

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Celebrities Who Eat Gluten-free…the Numbers are Growing!

In light of the recent article by Huffington Post entitled “Famous and Gluten Free?” it seems like the perfect time to update my article on celebrities who have been diagnosed with Celiac Disease to include those who are also gluten sensitive, wheat intolerant, or those who choose to eat gluten-free foods. The term gluten free is being used in the media ...

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Celiac “Rage,” Personality Issues and Nutritional Deficiencies

[Editor’s Note: The following is a post I recently submitted to a listserv concerning attitude and nutritional deficiencies in celiac disease. I posted it in response to a heated exchange folks were having on the topic.] Hi there, The “rage” we see in posts from time to time is part and parcel with celiac disease. My business is celiac disease. I ...

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Celiac Disease – Microbes Matter – Probiotics a.k.a. Good Bacteria in Your Gut

Health Alert – Microbes Matter – Probiotics a.k.a. Good Bacteria in Your Gut Strange as it seems, our well-being is uniquely tied to the condition of our colon, which is commonly unhealthy at diagnosis of celiac disease. To keep our colon healthy, we need to understand what happens there on a microscopic level.  Hundreds of varieties of intestinal microbe populations called “flora” ...

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