Tag Archives: Celiac disease
By healthy, I do not mean barely able to drag yourself through the day, only to collapse in front of the TV after work.
I mean vibrant and strong, and energetic during the day and able to sleep at night.
It is time to know how to recognize when you have a problem and understand how to fix it.
- Know the gluten-free diet inside and out and how to adapt it to meet your needs.
- Reduce Inflammation by eating certain foods and avoiding others.
- Correcting your ongoing nutrient deficiencies and health conditions.
- Addressing your medications, so you know which ones may be impacting your health in ways you did not realize.
- Incorporating supplements that you need to meet your individual nutritional requirements.
- Incorporating natural remedies that boost your health.
These six steps are crucial to your health and they are all contained in the Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide.
The Treatment Guide grew out of our groundbreaking medical reference, Recognizing Celiac Disease, which was the first to list and detail over 300 signs, symptoms, associated disorders and complications. Endorsed by physicians at Harvard, Columbia, University of Chicago, Jefferson Medical College and other esteemed institutions.
The Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide is unique. The information it contains is accurate, comprehensive and based on documented medical research.
It is easy to use. Once you sign up, emails and tutorials will guide you along the way
Become as healthy as you can be, as you should be, in days, not weeks or months.
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.
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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Hello! We have some exciting news for you!
We have been busy putting the finishing touches on our Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide.
This important resource is the natural follow up to our groundbreaking printed medical reference, Recognizing Celiac Disease.
Recognizing Celiac Disease introduced the world to over 300 signs, symptoms, associated disorders and complications that stem from celiac disease and gluten sensitivity.
The Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide takes it a step further and shows you how to recognize your symptoms, how they are related to each other, but most importantly, how to treat each symptom individually. (Note: The Treatment Guide is priced at $29.99.)
Here is a quick video that shows you the various ways you can find your symptoms using the Treatment Guide.
There has been a lot of really exciting new medical research recently and we can’t wait to get it to you. Stay tuned!
If you or someone you know has a child with a mental illness, behavioral problem or unexplained neurological issue, you must watch this video. It vividly illustrates how gluten and celiac disease can cause neurological illnesses and how removing gluten from the diet can improve or cure the child. [Note: The title says two videos because there were two videos originally, but Youtube removed them. A reader informed us about the one below. Originally posted May 2009.]
Eamon Murphy started exhibiting mental aberrations and problems eating at three months of age. By the time he was three, his parents were frantically trying to understand what had caused his developmental delay in walking and talking, and now his trances, seizure-like episodes and regression. After a determined effort by his mother and a series of extraordinarily lucky events, he was finally diagnosed with celiac disease…and Read More »
Low iron levels have been associated with increased severity of restless leg syndrome. The following medical case report discusses four patients with low iron and restless leg syndrome who were tested positive for celiac disease and placed on a gluten free diet. All four had improvement on the gluten free diet.
“Celiac disease as a Possible Cause for Low Serum Ferritin in Patients with Restless Legs Syndrome.”
Manchanda S, Davies CR, Picchietti D.
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, College of Medicine, 506 S. Mathews Avenue, Suite 190, Urbana, IL 61801, USA.
OBJECTIVE: To describe celiac disease as a possible cause for low serum ferritin in patients with restless legs syndrome (RLS). BACKGROUND: Low iron stores have been found to be a risk factor for RLS with serum ferritin levels less than 45-50ng/mL associated with increased severity of RLS. It has become routine clinical practice to test serum ferritin in the initial assessment of RLS. Celiac disease is a common genetic disorder that can cause iron deficiency.
METHODS: Consecutive case series of four patients with RLS and serum ferritin below 25ng/mL, who had positive screening tests for celiac disease. RESULTS: We report four patients who had serum ferritin <12ng/mL and positive screening tests for celiac disease. All had celiac disease confirmed by duodenal biopsy and response to a gluten-free diet. RLS symptoms improved in all four, with two able to discontinue RLS medication and two responding without medication.
CONCLUSIONS: In patients with RLS and low serum ferritin who do not have an obvious cause for iron deficiency, we suggest looking for celiac disease by simple, inexpensive serologic testing. Diagnosis and treatment of celiac disease is likely to improve the outcome for RLS, as well as identify individuals who are at risk for the significant long-term complications of celiac disease.
Source: Sleep Med. 2009 Jan 10. [Epub ahead of print]
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 Health Guide, our online resource that tells you how to fix them.
When it comes to seeking a diagnosis, there is usually Read More »