Symptoms

Video: The Importance of Recognizing Commonly Missed Symptoms

How do you know when you are unwell?

What are the signs?

Many people do not recognize common symptoms that are telling us something is wrong in the body.

Cleo Libonati, RN, BSN and John Libonati discuss the importance of recognizing some commonly missed symptoms and what they mean.

Want to find out more about recognizing symptoms, so you can control your health?

Find out more at our Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide!

Using the Treatment Guide Worksheet to Help Your Doctor Improve your Treatment

The Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide includes a handy Information Worksheet that you can use to help keep track of your health and work with your doctor.

Each symptom entry in the Treatment Guide includes a link to the Information Worksheet.

Just click the link provided in the entry to print and complete the Information Worksheet.

Enter the information you find in the Treatment Guide and you have a useful document that will help your doctor modify your treatment as needed to improve your health!

Watch this quick video to see how it works!

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Survey: What Were the Symptoms That Made You Search for an Answer? Did They Improve Once You Went Gluten-Free?

Celiac disease and gluten sensitivity are related to over 300 signs, symptoms, associated disorders and complications.

Symptoms differ for everyone. One person might have gastrointestinal problems. Another might have a mental disorder, without any gut issues. Bones, skin, reproduction, muscles – any body system and organ can be affected.

We were the first publisher to report this in our groundbreaking book, Recognizing Celiac Disease. You can find them all listed on our Symptom Guide and our Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide, our online resource that tells you how to fix them.

When it comes to seeking a diagnosis, there is usually Read More »

How to Discover Seemingly Unrelated Symptoms Are Connected

Celiac Disease is sometimes referred to as having a cascading effect where symptoms beget symptoms and the health worsens and worsens.

This video shows how you can discover multiple symptoms are in fact related, when your doctor or doctors may be treating them as separate issues with different causes.

It also demonstrates how important it is to know the true cause of your symptoms.

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Who Needs a Gluten Test? Video by “Gluten Syndrome” Expert Dr. Rodney Ford Explains

Dr. Rodney Ford, pediatrician and author of The Gluten Syndrome, provides us with an excellent and easy-to-follow video that tells us how to know if we need a gluten test.

This short presentation explains which symptoms to look for and tells you the tests you need to to request to find out if gluten is making you sick.

Dr. Ford estimates up to one third of people with chronic diseases are being affected by gluten and sums up why people do not ask to be tested. “We are so used to being sick that we don’t know we’re sick.” People think they have always been this way, so they do not know to ask.

He then establishes a great litmus test to determine who should be tested – “People who are sick, tired or grumpy should be tested.”

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How to Quickly Identify Nutrient Deficiencies Based On Your Symptoms

Hundreds of symptoms in celiac disease stem from nutrient deficiencies.

Wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to quickly and easily identify which deficiencies were causing your health problems and then find out how to fix them?

Now, you can.

We just activated a feature in the Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide that links nutrient deficiencies to the symptoms they cause.

Search for your symptom. Click the deficiency. Fix the problem AND discover any other related symptoms. Check it out!

Visit the Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide to find out more and subscribe.

Infertility, Pre-term Birth and Miscarriage all Linked to Gluten Intolerance

Editor’s Note: The malabsorption resulting from undiagnosed and untreated celiac disease has been well documented in research, but is still little known among physicians. Our The Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide presents multiple male and female reproductive disorders and lists the causes and treatments of each.

In a New York Times article, Can Foods Contribute To Infertility?, Dr. Sheila Crowe, a professor in the division of gastroenterology and hepatology in the department of medicine at the University of Virginia, brings to light a lesser-known contributor to infertility in both men and women: Celiac disease autoimmunity (CDA). Read More »

Video – Identifying and Fixing Comorbidities Using The Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide

The word comorbidities is being used in the media when explaining how covid 19 impacts certain people worse than others.

Having one or more comorbidities generally leads to poorer outcomes. (This is true even without covid 19.)

This video explains what comorbidities are, why doctors might miss them and how you can identify and correct them!

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Connecting the Dots Between Underlying Causes and Symptoms – Apathy, Magnesium, Thiamin

Symptoms and health problems all have a cause. (Don’t believe it if someone tells you different, no matter what letters they might have behind their name.)

Cleo and John Libonati discuss why discovering the underlying causes is crucially important to wellness. Cleo explains how something as simple as Magnesium deficiency can cause other nutrient deficiencies and lead to a host of health issues.

Ready to get healthy? REALLY healthy?

Identify your underlying causes of health issues, fix your symptoms and get well with the Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide. Discover more here.

Video: Stop Having Panic Attacks By Doing This First

Panic attacks and anxiety are debilitating disorders that negatively impact life.

I know. I was anxious all the time until I discovered the true cause and fixed it.

Stress is a part of life. Our brain must be able to handle it, and normally, it can. If a certain underlying problem is present, no amount of medication, therapy or meditation will help.

In this video, I answer a question posed in an online support group and explain a frequent cause of chronic panic attacks and anxiety that is easily fixable.

Find out more about anxiety, what it is, its causes – including nutrient deficiencies – and the steps you can take to fix it in the Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide.

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