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10 Deadly Diseases Linked to Gluten Intolerance

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 09-15-2011   

Gluten intolerance has been linked to the causation of various diseases. It affects the immune system of the host thereby rendering it incompetent to fight against several diseases. As a result of this, the host body is susceptible to infections and gets contracted to infectious diseases easily. Not only this, several diseases linked to malabsorption syndrome also set in. In a nutshell gluten intolerance is a mother of all diseases. Let us take a brief look into 10 deadly diseases mothered by gluten intolerance....continue reading

Is Gluten Making You Sick?

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 09-09-2011   

The prevalence of gluten intolerance has increased over the last 50 years. A study published by the department of Gastroenterology, found that there has been a 400% increase in the incidence of gluten intolerance and celiac disease. In yet another study carried out by the researchers of the same department studied as high as 30,000 patients and found that groups that were diagnosed with gluten intolerance had significantly higher mortality rates as compared to the groups not affected by the same.

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Signs and Symptoms of Gluten Intolerance

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 09-05-2011   

Disturbances in the abdomen generally are the first sign of gluten intolerance. The abdomen gives the first signal that ‘it is not happy’ with the stuff that has gone into it. When gluten containing food is ingested, the body that is intolerant to gluten sends signals to the brain that in turn sends messages to the abdomen to throw out the substance no matter how. This then manifests as vomiting, feeling of nausea, flatulence, distention, diarrhea, etc. The individuals also experience stomach bloating, constipation, farting, burping, heart burn and acid reflux. Passing of fatty, smelly stools is one of the major signs of gluten intolerance....continue reading

Am I Gluten Intolerant? Do I Suffer From Gluten Intolerance?

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 08-30-2011   

Knowing whether an individual is intolerant to gluten or not one must follow a checklist that will tell them or at least give them an indication whether or not they are gluten intolerant. The checklist can also tell them when to seek medical help to confirm the disorder. This will help them in long run as gluten intolerance will be detected at a much early stage. In addition to this, one must also have a fair idea of what happens during this condition and what are the preventive measures to arrest the occurrence of symptoms. The condition of gluten intolerance basically restricts the absorption of nutrients from food. The systems that are most affected include the gastrointestinal tract as most of the digestion and absorption process takes place there. Following is the checklist that should help many in deciding whether or not they are gluten intolerant....continue reading

Gluten Intolerance News - FDA Anonunces Gluten Free Labeling Standards

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 08-25-2011   

SLIVER SPRING, MARYLAND - Finally, after months and years of lobbying, it seems like the US Food and Drug Administration is finally going to listen to those suffering from gluten intolerance and Celiac disease. It appears that new standards are being set in place that food manufacturers will have to follow before they are allowed to claim their food products can be deemed "gluten-free"....continue reading

​10 Tips For Living With Gluten Intolerance

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 08-24-2011   

Gluten intolerance and Celiac Disease is known to affect about 1 in 133 people. Knowing the etiology of this disease is very important in order to lead a healthy gluten free life. It is also important one knows the sources of gluten and what is it made up of. Living with gluten intolerance is not difficult and can be effectively done with proper and careful dietary management. Dietary management of gluten intolerance includes absolutes exclusion of gluten form the diet. Absolute exclusion means, going 100% gluten free. Following are the 10 useful tips for those struggling to be gluten free:...continue reading

Living with a Gluten Intolerance - 10 Easy Tips to Help Remove Gluten From Your Diet

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 08-18-2011   

Gluten is a protein composite found in wheat, rye and barley. Sometimes It may also be found in some oats due to cross contamination. Gluten is the ‘culprit ingredient’ that is responsible for causing gluten intolerance. In this condition, the body produces antibodies in response to gluten and causes inflammation of the villous. Villous are the small hair like structures lining the small intestine responsible for absorption of nutrients from food. As a result of this, the body’s immune system gets weakened and becomes susceptible to many infectious diseases.

Every day scientists, researchers and people in the food industry are trying to find and create solutions to fight this disease. Avoiding or eliminating gluten from the diet and can be done with careful selection of foods that you add to your plate.

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Gluten Free Recipe - Deep Dish Pizza

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 08-15-2011   

Living with celiac disease hasn't been an easy task, since being diagnosed in 2008 with it. Let alone adjusting to the whole new task of gluten free foods. I have tried the store bought "make a pizza from a box." And discovered it was nothing like the pizza I was use to eating all those many years before, which was nothing but wheat/gluten. I found my self missing out on a lot of my favorite foods, especially deep dish pizza. So, I started getting creative, and after many failed attempts I was successful in making my very own Gluten Free Deep Dish Pizza. I started sharing my news and recipe with family and friends, and they enjoyed it just as much as me! I wanted to start helping those that deal with the same frustration of living with a gluten intolerance I have from missing out on our favorite foods. That is where I came up with my website, Rollingpinsglutenfreerecipes.weebly.com. I have received lots of positive feed back vie email, on blogs, forums. Now, I'm wanting to share this recipe with you all, and hope you enjoy every bite as much as I have and so many others. And as I always say, Enjoy!!...continue reading

Back To School With Gluten Intolerance

Posted by Dr John Peragine in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 08-11-2011   

During the summer holidays at home it is possible to control what your children will eat and help to keep your kids deal with their gluten intolerance. You can select a variety of unique and delicious recipes for breakfast and dinner but it can be difficult when it comes to going back to school and keeping your kids gluten free. This is a short article that will briefly explain how to deal with sending your child to school while dealing with a gluten intolerance or Celiac Disease....continue reading

Gluten Intolerance and Weight Gain

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 08-08-2011   

Statistics have revealed that as high as 2 million Americans suffer from this sometimes deadly condition and its related disorders. It has been estimated that people belonging to northern part of Europe are more likely to fall prey to this disease. Gluten intolerance is believed to be a genetic disorder and if one family member contacts this disease, then the descendants are likely to suffer as well. It is a condition adversely affecting the small intestine, causing inflammation of the villi due to production of auto antibodies in response to the ingested gluten. In this disease, the villi becomes inflamed and gradually over a period of time is destroyed making the small intestine appear flat. As a result of this, there is no absorption of nutrients from the food that is eaten. This condition then leads to malnutrition and triggers several other symptoms....continue reading

Gluten Intolerance Symptoms in Women

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 08-03-2011   

Symptoms of gluten intolerance in women are difficult to diagnose because they develop over time and is misdiagnosed with other digestive disorders. Because many of us have a diet that is 'rich in gluten', gluten intolerance and celiac disease are on the rise and is currently known to affect 1 in 133 people. The majority of which are women.

Some of the most common symptoms of gluten intolerance in women is unexplained fatigue, bloating, swelling of the ankles, gas, diarrhea or constipation and joint, bone or muscle pain. Some women experience most of these symptoms and others experience only few.

Gluten intolerance symptoms in women can also include headaches, depression, poor concentration and dental enamel defects. Abnormal weight gain or loss is another common symptom caused by gluten intolerance or sensitivity. Missed or delayed periods and sometimes mistaken pregnancy of the disease. Celiac disease and gluten intolerance isn't well known and more research is needed to determine as to why the reproductive system is affected.

The term gluten intolerance simply means the body’s intolerance to gluten. In this condition, a womans body develops certain auto antibodies against the proteins gliadin and glutenin present in gluten. The commons sources of gluten are wheat, rye, barley. Scientists believe that Celiac Disease and gluten intolerance originates from European culture and has been around for many generations. Statistics show that, about 2 million Americans suffers from the disease and most of those diagnosed are women. Women suffering from gluten intolerance, are unable to properly digest any food and as a result have a poor capacity for absorbing any nutrients from any food eaten. Our small intestine is responsible for absorbing nutrients from the food, and the antibodies gradually destroy the villi (small thread / hair like projection lining the small intestine), which in turn fail to absorb any nutrition form food.

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Gluten Intolerance Diet

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 08-01-2011   

Gluten intolerance or celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder. This condition arises due to malfunctioning of the small intestine and its failure to absorb nutrients from the food. The body develops certain antibodies against the proteins present in gluten, namely gliadin and glutenin. The antibodies in turn, damage the villi (small hair / finger like projections lining the small intestine) and making them incapable of absorbing nutrients from the food. This condition, over a period of time leads to malnutrition and can be linked several other, sometime fatal diseases....continue reading

Symptoms of Gluten Intolerance

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 07-29-2011   

It is known that gluten intolerance is a state, which affects the small intestine and makes it incapable of absorbing nutrients from the food. In this condition, the body is unable to digest gluten that is mainly found in cereal based food products. Gluten is a substance made up of two types of proteins, namely gluten and gliadin. It is commonly found in wheat, rye, barley, kamut, bread and spelt. Gluten intolerance can affect anybody at any age and even infants and children are no exceptions....continue reading

Gluten Intolerance Test

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 07-27-2011   

Gluten intolerance, also referred to as celiac disease, is a long term inflammatory condition, wherein the small intestine looses the capacity of absorbing nutrients form the food. Gluten is a substance found in cereal based food products such as wheat, rye, barley and oats. Gluten is basically made up of two kinds of proteins, gliadin and glutenin. These proteins produce antibodies which in turn damage the villi, the small finger like structures lining the small intestine in people who suffer from the disease. The villus becomes inflamed and becomes incapable of absorbing nutrition from food. This condition leads to malabsoption of various nutrients such as iron, vitamins, minerals, calcium and folic acid from the food....continue reading

Gluten Intolerance Video by Hawthorn University

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 07-25-2011   

This is a three part webinar that discuses the difference between gluten intolerance and celiac disease hosted by Hawthorn University. We discussed this subject in a post last week, but feel this is a topic worth touching on one more time. It is important to know that the two are actually different. Enjoy this webinar! It is loaded with some amazing information!...continue reading

Gluten Intolerance and Celiac Disease Explained

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 07-22-2011   

Many people assume that gluten intolerance and celiac disease are the same. There is in fact a thin line between these two diseases and they are different. Let’s understand and carefully study some of the similarities and differences between the two. Celiac disease is a disease and gluten intolerance is a condition complementing the former disorder. Celiac disease occurs because the body produces certain auto antibodies in response to the proteins present in gluten. As a result of this, the villus lining the upper part of the small intestine gets inflamed and in time gets destroyed. Symptoms of gluten intolerance and Celiac Disease are predominantly the same however, 
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10 Symptoms of Gluten Intolerance

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 07-21-2011   

Gluten intolerance has become a common and most grave complaint in many households across the sphere. Statistics have revealed that as many as 15% of the US population is suffering from gluten intolerance and its associated signs and symptoms. Before we go deep into the minute details, let’s first briefly understand what gluten exactly is and its common sources. This shall help us fight against this condition more easily. Gluten intolerance symptoms are numerous and its degree of manifestation varies from individual to individual. The most common symptoms of gluten intolerance occur in the gastrointestinal tract (the place where food is digested) and then affecting the other body parts and systems. The 10 most common and deleterious symptoms of gluten intolerance are listed below:...continue reading

The Do's And Don'ts of Affiliate Marketing

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Schmid, Brandon in Affiliate Training on 07-21-2011   

Whether you're a seasoned affiliate marketer or a newbie just learning how to get going, there are certain "codes of ethics" you need to follow in order to become a great promoter. This is not just so you represent the InJust10Pages brand correctly, but its just the right thing to do. The following video explains what you can and can't do both ethically and so you stay in compliance with the SPAM regulations. Please watch the video before you do any marketing.  continue reading

InJust10Pages Affiliate Program Basics

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Schmid, Brandon in Affiliate Training on 07-20-2011   

Congratulations and welcome to the InJust10Pages affiliate program!The video below explains all the basics about the program. From how to find your rank to learning how to use promo tools. It's all covered in this affiliate basics video. Take a few minutes and watch the video so you can get the most out of the InJust10Pages affiliate program.   continue reading

Gluten Intolerance Symptoms in Men

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 07-20-2011   

Gluten intolerance is an autoimmune disease, where men experience discomfort when you consume gluten. Hey, I'm a man. I get it. You're probably just like me and want to enjoy life the way it was. You want to live relatively care free, eat what you want, go out for drinks with the guys and don't want to visit the doctor for some minor problem. I hate admitting something is wrong with me but let me tell you... Gluten intolerance in men is a big problem.

Such persons are intolerant towards gluten and find great difficulties digesting food containing it. This condition arises because; the host body produces certain auto antibodies as a result of which the villus lining the small intestine becomes damaged. If gluten intolerance or Celiac Disease remains untreated, within time, villous atrophy occurs. This condition slowly and gradually sloughs off the villi from the small intestine making absorption of nutrients from the food difficult and potentially impossible. As a result, the body becomes deficient of important nutrients due to malabsorption.
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