Treatment Guid

Most People Do Not Realize How Sick They Really Are 

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We are told the gluten-free diet is the only treatment for celiac disease and gluten sensitivity. We follow the diet, but do not recover fully. Many times, because we feel better than before, we do not grasp that we can be so much healthier than we are.
 
There are a host of health issues that can and should be treated through diet, supplements and medications, reducing inflammation and correcting deficiencies. Hundreds in fact.
 
Many times, we are told our symptoms are just who we are. And we accept that, because we don’t know any better.
 
Even our doctors have no idea that their patients who suffer from fatigue, thinning hair, flaking fingernails, poor vision, constant irritability, forgetfulness, mottled skin and hundreds of problems that they believe are “normal” day-to-day conditions actually result from gluten damage – and are treatable.

 

With over 1,000 pages of practical information, the Gluten Free Works Health Guide gives you everything you need to understand, identify and correct hundreds of symptoms and health conditions caused by gluten sensitivity, celiac disease and nutrient deficiencies. You will learn everything about gluten, gluten disorders, your digestion and your diet. It is a manual for your health, available 24/7. Click here to learn more!

About John Libonati

Author Information: John Libonati, SW Florida Publisher, Glutenfreeworks.com & The Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide.
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