Well covered territory, but new suggestions on how to order gluten free in a restaurant.
I cried in the health food aisle at the grocery store the first time I went after my Celiac Diagnosis.
Fat Celiac, you have gone crazy - celiac disease cannot go away. Maybe it can. Bear with me, read the whole article, read the supporting documentation, and then let's have a conversation about it. You may reach a different conclusion than I did, but the science might indicate that people could return to a gluten … Continue reading Can celiac go away?
The woman in the article, a former nurse, believed she had celiac disease. She self diagnosed, removed gluten, and continued to be sick. She was finally diagnosed with something completely unrelated. Please continue eating gluten and consult a physician if you believe you have celiac. Then if the blood test and biopsy disagree, please keep … Continue reading Interesting article about self diagnosis.
Menu for the weekend. with shopping list and recipe.
Leaky gut or the idea that the gut is overly porous and things that should be contained within the digestive tract are leaking out into the body causing disease. This is a common idea in the pantheon of Facebook groups, naturopathic doctors, functional medicine, chiropractors, and other less traditional medical arenas. But is it legit?
I know. Again, I've gone crazy. I am an advocate for proper testing for celiac disease. I think people should get a 100%, ironclad diagnosis that will never be questioned in the future - there are just too many benefits to having an ironclad diagnosis. However, we all know I take risks. I have been thinking about why someone would not get a comprehensive diagnosis. Let's explore why someone might not want to complete the diagnostic process.
Dermatitis Herpetiformis (DH) is a disease that is the skin manifestation of all the damage we have in our small intestines. There are many, many misconceptions about DH and we are going to talk about them all here today.
When starting a gluten free diet, here are my top 10 rules to get you on the right track!
Nope, a pill won't allow you to eat gluten and to protect your intestines.