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DIY Healthcare in 5 Easy Steps

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Dear Reader:

Welcome to the Gluten Free Works Health Guide Newsletter!

Whether painting an old desk, making yogurt, or changing your car’s oil, DIY projects, also known as Do It Yourself, are fun and rewarding.

Your health is your biggest DIY project. Controlling your health is easier than people think and far more rewarding than the alternative. Follow the 5 Steps below to become a Health Do It Yourselfer!
Please email us questions or topic suggestions at info@glutenfreeworks.com.Thank You!

-John Libonati, Publisher
Gluten Free Works Health Guide

DIY Healthcare in 5 Steps

DIY Healthcare

Follow these five steps to take control of your health and achieve wellness:

1. Believe. Believe you can control your health. Believe you can fix your symptoms and recover from your health problems. We have met many people who were diagnosed with “incurable” chronic and even “terminal” illnesses who recovered completely. Even if complete recovery is impossible due to a mechanical issue, significant improvement is almost always achievable.

2. Make Your Health a Priority. Humans are naturally healthy when their nutritional needs are met and those things that negatively impact health are avoided. When health is a priority, you will choose the healthier option. Before eating your next meal, smoking that next cigarette or drinking that next alcoholic drink, ask yourself how it will affect your health. Before long, you will choose the healthier option out of habit.

3. Suspect the Media and Medical Industry. The media is interested in advertising dollars. Producers who do not have medical degrees are the people who write the stories, not the grave looking medical correspondents who read the teleprompters. These are the people who told you eggs were unhealthy, all fats should be avoided and gluten is good for you. They don’t read the medical studies, don’t know which studies are flawed, and will not be there to hold your hand when you are sick. The medical industry is excellent at identifying and treating acute crises: gunshots, poisoning, injuries, bacterial infections and wounds. Chronic diseases are misunderstood and nutrition is basically ignored. Neither doctors, nor nurses, are taught to recognize the subtle signs of malabsorption or how to identify and treat nutritional deficiencies. This means you will almost NEVER receive the right treatment if the cause of your illness is nutritionally based, unless your doctor or nurse has a specific interest in nutrition. Instead, you will receive drugs and surgeries. Definitely utilize medical professionals when necessary, but ask questions.

4. Identify and Correct Health Problems. Most people have no idea that things like thin hair, acne, fatigue or ripples in their fingernails are signs of poor health. They don’t understand their bodies work and how malabsorption, food sensitivities and nutritional deficiencies affect them. For that matter, neither do most doctors. You CAN identify and correct your health problems. First, review the How to Use This Site page of the Gluten Free Works Health Guide. Then, Review the list of Health Conditions to find those from which you are suffering. Review the Nutritional Deficiencies. Follow the 6 Steps to Correct Each issue that is listed on each of the individual pages.

5. Maintain Good Health. Once you achieve good health, continue to review and revise your health regimen as necessary. Exercise regularly. Sleep. Get regular check ups from your doctor and dentist. Avoid foods, activities and people that negatively affect your health.

Do It Yourself Health is really that easy. The Gluten Free Works Health Guide provides the tools you need. You provide the effort.

DIY Healthcare Tools

The Following tools will help you achieve and maintain good health.


The Grains That Contain Dietary Gluten Although few in number, the gluten-containing grains, called toxic or unsafe grains, are widely used in food preparation. The excessively high use of unsafe grains in the Western diet makes avoiding consumption difficult. The chart …

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Diagnosis and Testing

How Is Celiac Disease Diagnosed? Diagnosing Celiac Disease can be difficult and frustrating for both the patient and the doctor because each person is affected individually. With no definite set of symptoms to cause suspicion, the single most important step in …

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Nutrient Deficiency Search

This category is an alphabetical listing of the names of various nutrients and how inadequate levels of them adversely affect the body. Click the Nutrient Deficiency to learn how it affects your body, including the various symptoms that develop and 6 Steps to Correcting the Deficiency.

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Gluten Free Diet Guide

The Gluten-Free Diet simply means not eating food that is made from the grains of wheat, barley, rye, and oats.  These grains contain a plant protein called gluten, and it is this gluten that must be strictly excluded from the “gluten-free …

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Celiac Disease

What Is Celiac Disease? Celiac Disease is a common health disorder affecting more people than autism, breast cancer or Type 1 diabetes mellitus, but is greatly underdiagnosed.1 One person in a hundred is estimated to have celiac disease, but less than 5% …

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Managing Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity There is no cure for celiac disease.  Since research is ongoing and much is yet unknown, it is prudent to treat any gluten sensitivity reaction as if it was celiac disease. The management of …

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Body Organ Search

An alphabetical listing of health conditions on this website categorized by affected organs. Choose from the body organ list below to see which health conditions affect each organ.

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How Digestion Works

Our Digestive System Our digestive system consists of many organs and parts. Each performs its own function while interacting in harmony with others every time we eat. These interesting and complex organs and parts turn the food we …

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Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity

Differentiating Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity Gluten Sensitivity is an umbrella term that we defined in our ground breaking text, Recognizing Celiac Disease first published in 2006, as “any and all problematic health responses to gluten in any body system” having said, “This work …

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Health Condition Search

This category is a listing of all health conditions directly or indirectly caused by gluten, gluten sensitivity and /or celiac disease. Click the health conditions for a complete description, prevalence, causes, symptoms, response to gluten-free diet, and 6 Steps to Correcting the Problem.

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Body System Search

An alphabetical listing of health conditions on this website categorized by affected body system. Click the links below to find the health conditions related to each body system.

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Welcome to the Gluten Free Works Health Recovery Center Dictionary!

Search the alphabetical list below.

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