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Celiac Diseases

Celiac disease is a condition triggered by eating wheat products, such as bread, and many carbohydrate-laden foods, such as pasta. Eating a large number of these items with celiac disease can create damage to your small intestine. You could adopt a carb-free diet and believe it's the cure all for the disease, but management also involves watching your gluten intake.

With any problems around your intestine area, it is understandable to have abdominal pain. This blockage from the disease can also block vital nutrients from getting to many organs, thus harming their development. While an upset stomach and diarrhea could come from eating a hot and spicy meal, it could also be an effect of celiac disease, so you will want to bear this in mind.

All forms of celiac diseases can fall under the veil of gluten intolerance. Limiting processed foods, especially ones that include gluten, can help you achieve better gastrointestinal health. Any additives or flavors on food, such as the breading on your favorite fried chicken, could likely have gluten. Don't forget about gluten-filled drinks, either, such as beer. Through a holistic approach, try drinking more water. It can better flush your system of any potential toxins or waste, including gluten.

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Words from our In House Expert

dr.-dave-bordered.jpg  Dr. Dave States
The first important move for solving the celiac disease puzzle is slowly detoxifing the gastro system and also calming the nervous system in this region.  Futhermore, seeing a chiropractor will help with the neurological aspect of this region. You can also manage the syptoms of this disease by taking  B-complex supplements from Metagenics. Detoxification of the system can be accomplished through any one of the Ultra Clear products like Renew or Sustain, these supplements are also manufactured by Metagenics.  Natural supplements will provide the much needed nutrition and calming of the lymph system by reducing the inflammation of the celiac region.


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