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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.
This is a pretty interesting video that explains how a gluten free diet can help heal health problems. This video explains that it can be great for anybody who is interested in feeling better and hoping to lose weight, even if they don't suffer from a gluten intolerance. Nutritionist Janet Little explains that gluten is a protein in a wheat, barley and rye that many people can become intolerant to. Gluten is an amino acid that essentially makes bread stick together. She further explains that when you have an intolerance to gluten, your body reacts by attacking the intestines in your digestive tract....continue reading
With each passing year, gluten intolerance is becoming a common problem in every household. Each year, more and more children are diagnosed with this condition. More recent research reveals that, gluten intolerance and Celiac Disease occurs at a frequency of 3 to 13 per 100 children. Parents are not aware of the signs and symptoms and these often go unnoticed or are treated as normal digestive disturbance and the children are kept on home remedies....continue reading
Symptoms of gluten intolerance
vary from mild to severe and should never be ignored. It must be
clearly understood that gluten intolerance does not occur overnight;
signs and symptoms start appearing pretty early and many people tend to
misunderstand it with normal indigestion problems.
GAINSEVILLE, Fla. (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Worrying about what foods contain gluten and what foods don't may have just become a lot easier for those suffering from gluten intolerance or Celiac Disease and the symptoms. ELISA Technologies, Inc., announced on June 17th, 2011 that their new product called the EZ Gluten® Test Kit has earned Performance-Tested Methods (PTM) from the Association of Analytical Communities Research Institue (AOAC RI). EZ Gluten® was developed to assist food companies and consumers detect gluten in any food or beverage and can do so with extremely high accuracy and it only takes about 15 minutes to get the results....continue reading
Gluten intolerance is becoming more and more common and bloating is one of the many symptoms. Gluten intolerance is a condition that makes individuals intolerant or sensitive to gluten. Gluten is commonly found in wheat, rye, barley, etc. It is composed of two proteins, namely glutenin and gliadin. In gluten intolerance the body produces certain auto antibodies in response to these proteins. As a result of which the villi lining the small intestine, becomes inflamed and damaged thereby giving the small intestine a flat appearance. This in turn, makes the small intestine incapable of absorbing any nutrients from the food, leading to malabsorption....continue reading
Are you an expert about gluten intolerance or Celiac Disease? Do you have some exciting news about the disease? Do you have a have a story you would like to share? Do you have a fantastic gluten free recipe that you know everyone would love? We want to hear from you! ...continue reading
So whats better than sifting through an old cookbook or sift through thousands of online recipes? Watching a video that shows you how to cook a fantastic gluten free treat. This video was produced by the food network and they really know their food! So watch this video if you want to learn how to create your very own teacakes!...continue reading
We all know fruits, vegetables and whole grains are good for us so what’s the big fuss about superfoods? Knowing a bit about your body, how it works, and what makes it break down, will help you unlock the importance of the amazing superfoods that can help protect and repair your body and your health. ...continue reading
If you have Celiac Disease or gluten intolerance,
it is a good idea to consider having your child checked out for Celiac
Disease as well. A simple genetic test can help you if they are symptom
free and can be a relief if they do not show the genetic marker or will
make you more diligent if they do. Once symptoms develop, even as a baby, it may be time to consider a gluten free diet and lifestyle.
This is a great video about gluten intolerance explained on ABC's "The View". At the 30 second point of this interview with Dr. Peter Green, the question "What is Celiac Disease?" is answered. The interview also discusses what some of the potential causes of Celiac Disease and also goes into some detail about symptoms. It is a fantastic video that is absolutely worth watching!...continue reading
Do you or someone you love suffer from gluten intolerance
or Celiac Disease? Do you have a lot of unanswered questions about the
disease and the gluten free lifestyle associated with it? Gluten intolerance or gluten sensitivity
is something that more than 1 in 133 people in North America have to
deal with on a daily basis. Simply avoiding gluten is one thing but are
you ready to fully change your life? If you suffer from gluten intolerance or Celiac Disease this Microbook
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We have already mentioned that there are a number of symptoms associated with Celiac Disease and gluten intolerance. Some of those symptoms include: Bone Pain, Weight Loss, Diarrhea, Mild Weakness, Malnutrition, Abdominal Bloating, Nutritional Deficiencies, Overall poor health and many others. The main question is: How is Celiac Disease and gluten intolerance treated?...continue reading
It's nearly the weekend and it's time to treat yourself! Watch this video if you want to learn, step-by-step, how to bake some delicious gluten free brownies! Just because you have a gluten intolerance it doesn't mean you can't still love the food you eat. Adjusting to any digestive disorder can be difficult. I hope this video helps!...continue reading
The best way educate your family and friends are to be as honest about your gluten intolerance and what you need to do in order to stay healthy. When following a gluten free lifestyle you know that wheat rolls and pasta dishes are obvious problems but you also know should know that gluten can also hide in casseroles, gravies, salad dressings, and soy sauces. You may need to plan to bring food with you when you are invited over for food. Tell the host ahead a time and tell them that they should not feel obligated to prepare gluten free foods and offer to bring enough to share with others. They may be surprised that gluten free does not mean bland tasteless food. ...continue reading
Anyone who suffers from gluten intolerance or Celiac Disease knows how hard it can be to get the right answers to the right questions. Because gluten intolerance or gluten sensitivity are becoming such a common issue, we asked our members and customers what their biggest questions about the disorder are. This product will answer those questions in a 30 plus minute interview. It is perfect because it can be listened to on any MP3 player and you can hear all of the answers whenever and wherever you want!...continue reading
A large part of the diagnosis of Celiac Disease or a gluten intolerance depends on you because a doctor will gather information from you concerning symptoms and history of those symptoms. Therefore, it is a good idea to keep a journal early on in the process. The more information you can gather about suspected symptoms, the more information your physician can use to help diagnose you. If you refer to an earlier post on the In Just 10 Pages Gluten Intolerance blog titled: "Gluten Intolerance Symptoms" you can learn some things to look out for that may be going on in your body. Another article submitted titled "Symptoms of Celiac Disease and Gluten Intolerance?" goes into more detail about some other symptoms and is worth reviewing....continue reading
Each Monday we will be posting a gluten free recipe! We want to provide a great amount of value to our readers and we know this is one way to help! Last Monday we shared a gluten free bread recipe but because bread is one thing that most people suffering from gluten intolerance miss the most, it is worth sharing another gluten free bread recipe. This is worth repeating. If you have recently been diagnosed with Celiac disease or gluten intolerance, don't throw out your bread machine just yet! Give it a try! ...continue reading