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Subscriber Newsletter August 17, 2015

A Gluten Free Works Notification for Health Guide Subscribers
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Dear Subscriber:Welcome to the Gluten Free Works Health Guide Newsletter!

Heart disease like atherosclerosis, coronary artery disease, and high blood pressure are reversible. Find out which cardiovascular diseases reverse and how in today’s newsletter.

You may have noticed the new name of our website – The Gluten Free Works Health Guide! This name reflects the purpose of the website, to help people get well, fix their symptoms, stay healthy and optimize their health.

Please email us questions or topic suggestions at info@glutenfreeworks.com.

Thank You!

-John Libonati, Publisher
Gluten Free Works Health Recovery Center


Reversing Cardiovascular Disease in Gluten Sensitivity and Celiac Disease

Heart Disease is the leading cause of death in world. Heart disease is called coronary artery disease or ischemic heart disease.Heart disease is a situation where not enough blood reaches the heart due to fatty plaque buildups (atherosclerosis) of the blood vessels and subsequent narrowing of the arteries leading to the heart.

Atherosclerosis results from certain nutrient deficiencies, specifically B6, B12 and folic acid.(1) Over time, the atherosclerosis leads to heart disease and eventually death.

The good news is that correcting the deficiencies and the cause of the deficiencies (poor diet or malabsorption from celiac disease) will correct the root of the problem and reverse the trend.

A number of cardiovascular maladies are caused by nutrient deficiencies. Epistaxis (unexplained nosebleeds), reversible hypertension, angina pectoris, idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy,cardiomegaly, and aortic vasculitis.  Knowing which deficiencies and correcting them can mean the difference between life and death.

Tip: Search Cardiovascular System symptoms in the Gluten Free Works Health Guide. Review your symptoms to determine what is causing your cardiovascular issue, whether immune mediated or nutritional deficiency. When identifying illnesses or health problems in yourself or others, consider that gluten may be directly or indirectly causing the problems, even if they are not “typical” to celiac disease or gluten sensitivity. While the symptoms may indeed have other causes, it does no harm to rule gluten out early and may result in a quick diagnosis and prompt recovery. Then, consider whether different symptoms in different parts of the body may have the same cause. Look up your symptoms in the Health Recovery Center. Determine whether a certain issue or deficiency may be causing or influencing the health problems.

1. Atherolsclerosis – https://glutenfreeworks.com/health/atherosclerosis/


Cardiovascular Problems Caused by Gluten Sensitivity and Celiac Disease

Gluten sensitivity and celiac disease can affect the heart and blood vessels. The good news it that many are reversible. Click on the images below to find out what you need to do to correct the problem.

Angina Pectoris

What Is Angina Pectoris? Angina pectoris, or simply angina, is a coronary syndrome characterized by an oppressive substernal pain (pain under breastbone) or pressure brought on by exertion and relieved by rest that results from failure of coronary arteries to …

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Cardiomegaly

What Is Cardiomegaly? Cardiomegaly is a non-inflammatory disorder of the myocardium (heart muscle) causing the heart to enlarge. Q: What happens when the heart enlarges? A:The heart enlarges because excessive growth of muscle tissue (hypertrophy) thickens the heart walls which in …

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Hypertension, Reversible

What Is Reversible Hypertension? Reversible hypertension is a pressure disorder of arteries associated with increased systemic (body wide) blood vessel resistance to blood flow due to endothelial (cell) dysfunction of arterial blood vessels that can improve with nutritional treatment. Hypertension …

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Aortic Vasculitis

What Is Aortic Vasculitis? Aortic vasculitis is an inflammatory disease of the aorta that causes dilation of the aorta wall with narrowing of the inside passageway and results in widespread impairment of blood flow to tissues served by the aorta. …

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Idiopathic Dilated Cardiomyopathy 

What Is Idiopathic Dilated Cardiomyopathy? Idiopathic dilated cardiomyopathy (IDCM) is a disorder of myocardial (heart muscle) function characterized by dilation or enlargement of the cardiac chambers and reduction in the ability of the ventricles (lower chambers) to contract with the required force …

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Nosebleeds, Unexplained (Epistaxis)

What Is Epistaxis? Epistaxis, or nosebleed, is a feature of secondary hemostasis (blood clotting) characterized by fragility of a plexus of blood vessels in the antero-inferior septum (just inside nostril) and/or abnormal blood coagulation. What Is Epistaxis In Celiac Disease …

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Atherosclerosis

What Is Atherosclerosis? Atherosclerosis is a disease of arteries involving the buildup of fatty material called plaque along the walls of medium and large arteries characterized by patchy subintimal thickening, hardening, and loss of elasticity of blood vessels. The intima is the …

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Coronary Artery Disease

What Is Coronary Artery Disease (CAD)? Coronary artery disease (CAD), also called ischemic heart disease, is a gradual narrowing of medium and large arteries of the heart by fatty buildups, called atherosclerotic plaques. It is characterized by slowly developing interference with blood flow to heart …

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