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    Gluten and the gut

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    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    This Is Your Gut on Gluten | Amy Myers, M.D.

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    Interesting... I'm not celiac, but eating wheat (especially bread), gives me awful bowel/colon cramps, and very loose stools covered in mucous.... Can't be good!

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    How to treat gluten sensitivity and celiac disease?

    Eliminating gluten 100% from your diet means 100%. Even trace amounts of gluten from cross-contamination, medications or supplements can be enough to cause an immune reaction in your body. The 80/20 rule; or “we don’t eat it in our house, just when we eat out” is a complete misconception. A Lancet article published in 2001 states that for those with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, eating gluten just once a month increased the relative risk of death by 600%.

    See more at: How To Test For Gluten Intolerance And Celiac Disease? Amy Myers, MD Functional Medicine

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