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Are Your Medications Making You Sick? How to Find Out.

Medications are supposed to make us healthy, right? 

Well, medications are chemicals. Chemicals affect our bodies.

While a medication may improve one issue, it may be exacerbating or even causing other symptoms or problems that you thought were completely unrelated.

This can happen by interfering with absorption or causing depletion of our stores of certain nutrients.

Since different medications use different nutrients, the effect is different per medication.

Here is a frequently experienced scenario.

A medication is prescribed to treat a symptom.

That symptom improves, but another symptom develops due to the medication.

They call this a side effect. Now, that symptom requires a medication.

All too often, people find themselves on multiple medications to try to balance out all the problems caused by each medication.

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Using the Treatment Guide Worksheet to Work With Your Doctor and Improve Your Treatment

Good communication with our healthcare providers is crucial.

We want to present our doctors with enough information to come to the correct diagnosis and treatment.

It is kind of like the difference between an essay question and a multiple choice question on a test.

If the options are all listed, coming up with the right answer is much easier.

Given that doctors only have a few minutes with us, this can be the difference between a quick recovery or ineffective treatment.

The Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide includes a worksheet on each symptom entry for you to complete and bring with you to the doctor.

Here is how it works!

Find out more about the Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide here

Treatment Guide Now Offering Lifetime Subscription

The Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide Subscription is now Lifetime, so you never have to worry about renewing.

The Treatment Guide is our one of a kind online resource that quickly and efficiently helps you recognize, identify and correct health issues and nutrient deficiencies so you can fix your problems, recover your health and stay healthy for life.

Whether you are wondering why your tongue is so pale and why you feel so tired, or why you are having trouble concentrating, or could that acid reflux really be from low stomach acid instead of high, the Treatment Guide has the answers you are looking for but cannot find anywhere else!

Discover your symptoms based on your deficiencies or determine your deficiencies based on your symptoms, the Treatment Guide makes it easy to track your health and discover how symptoms are related.

The Treatment Guide gives you a step-by-step process to correct each individual health issue – those that stemmed from gluten and those that arise in life.

Pay once.  Get access – for life.

Click here to discover more!

 

Understanding and Correcting Health Conditions

Most people never truly achieve good health.

All of us suffer from different types of symptoms that arise in the future. That is just the nature of life.

Achieving good health requires understanding your symptoms and health conditions, recognizing whether they are related to the toxic effects of gluten within your body and their causes, (nutrient deficiencies that have developed from malabsorption for example), how they respond to a gluten-free diet and what you need to do to correct them.

The Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide was created to help you do exactly this.

Health Conditions (Signs, Symptoms, Associated Disorders & Complications) 

This video shows you how to search for your symptoms in the Treatment Guide.

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Now Is The Time to Understand Your Symptoms and Take Control of Your Health

There has never been a more important time to quickly become as healthy as you can be.

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.

  1. Know the gluten-free diet inside and out and how to adapt it to meet your needs.
  2. Reduce Inflammation by eating certain foods and avoiding others.
  3.  Correcting your ongoing nutrient deficiencies and health conditions.
  4. Addressing your medications, so you know which ones may be impacting your health in ways you did not realize.
  5. Incorporating supplements that you need to meet your individual nutritional requirements.
  6. 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.

Click here to learn more about the 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!

Visit the Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide to find out more!

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.

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.

Subscribe to the Gluten Free Works Treatment Guide to learn more about your symptoms and fix them.

Treatment Guide How to Search for Your Symptoms

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!

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