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Six signs you are gluten intolerant - and don't even know it

Six signs you are gluten intolerant - and don't even know it
More than 55 diseases have been linked to gluten, the protein found in wheat, rye, and barley. It’s estimated that 99% of the people who have either gluten intolerance or celiac disease are never diagnosed. It is also estimated that as much as 15% of the US population is gluten intolerant. Six common symptoms of gluten intolerance (1) Gastrointestinal (GI), stomach, and digestive problems. (2) Headaches and/or migraines. (3) Diagnosis of an autoimmune disease such as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, rheumatoid arthritis, ulcerative colitis, lupus, psoriasis, scleroderma or multiple sclerosis. (4) Emotional issues involving chronic irritability and sudden, irrational, mood shifts. (5) Neurological issues. (6) Fatigue, brain fog, or feeling tired after eating a meal that contains gluten. Most of these symptoms are common to other health issues and diseases. Am I Gluten Intolerant? The best way to determine if you are indeed gluten intolerant is to go on a gluten-free diet for 60 days. Related:  Youngevity - Gluten-Freesans glutenferretessa

Gluten & Hormone Imbalance Gluten is a Hormone Disruptor You here it, read it, and see it everyday. Commercials and ads for hormone therapy. Most of these ads lead to a clinic where a doctor is happy to prescribe any number of hormone treatments, but very few actually look at why your hormone levels are abnormal in the first place. There are many diseases linked to gluten sensitivity. RESULTS: Short stature was the commonest presentation (25%), other presentations included short stature and delayed puberty (20%), delayed puberty (11%), screening for celiac disease in type-1 DM patients (17%), rickets (6%), anemia not responding to oral therapy (6%), type-1 DM with recurrent hypoglycaemia (6%), and osteomalacia (3%). Source: Indian J Endocrinol Metab. 2012 Dec;16(Suppl 2):S506-8. Gluten Syndrome Many experts think that gluten only effects the GI tract. Short stature and delayed growthdelayed pubertyType I DiabetesRickets (soft bone disease caused by vitamin D deficiency)AnemiaHypoglycemiaHypothyroidismPMS What to do?

The Most Potent Antioxidant On the Planet Astaxanthin – The algae that heals, protects, and prevents DNA damage. Astaxanthin is a natural carotenoid extracted from a marine algae found in… you guessed it — Hawaii! Well, at least the kind that I buy is made from algae harvested here in our islands. The blue-green pigment in certain types of marine micro-algae is the richest natural source of the astaxanthin carotenoid. This superfood supplement has plenty of powers, including: Protection against cosmic ionizing radiation while flying: The next-best thing to flying at night, and thereby avoiding radiation at 1,000 times the level that the airport body scanners will give you, is supplementing regularly with astaxanthin, according to health expert and Weston A Price Foundation supporter, Dr. Prevention of sunburn and skin cancer: Astaxanthin is nature’s internal sunscreen. Energy boost: Astaxanthin helps increase cellular energy by protecting mitochondria, in which food is turned into energy. Anti-aging: Anti-inflammatory: Tendon health:

Gluten, danger pour la santé - L'Alimentation Santé Qu’est-ce que le gluten: Le gluten est une protéine constituée de deux protéines (la gliadine et la gluténine) contenue dans plusieurs céréales. C’est le gluten qui confère l’élasticité et la résistance de la pâte. Les protéines font partie de la famille des prolamines, pour chaque céréale contenant du gluten, la protéine peut se nommer différemment. Nous avons donc, La gliadineLa sécalineL’hordéine Ces trois protéines font partie de la famille des prolamines. Les céréales qui contiennent du gluten Le blé Le seiglele kamutL’épeautreL’avoineL’orge Restez informé ! Inscrivez-vous à la NewsletterAlimentation Santé Ajoutez-moi ! Gluten, un danger pour la santé: Les pathologies ayant un lien étroit avec le gluten La maladie coeliaque Les symptômes de la maladie coeliaque: Diarrhée chronique ou constipationDouleurs abdominales, gaz, ballonnementsPerte de poidsFatigue, irritabilitéPâleur Etat dépressif Douleurs aux os et articulationsCrampes musculairesEruption cutanées Aphtes dans la bouche Le stress ?

Hamstring Stretches Many people spend long hours seated at a desk at work or at a home office. One effect of prolonged sitting is tight hamstrings, which may increase your potential for injury when you’re away from your desk playing sports or even in your everyday routine. If you find that you don’t have much time to get away from your desk on a regular basis, try a few different hamstring stretches at your desk to keep your legs loose. If you are short on time, you can stretch both hamstrings at once. If you have a little more time, or just prefer to focus on one leg at a time, stretch your hamstrings one at a time. Call on the services of your desk for this more intense hamstring stretch. A little yoga at work may be just the ticket for your tight hamstrings. LIVESTRONG.COM Most Popular

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The Sensitive Pantry - Gluten-free, Egg-free, Dairy-free, & Vegan Recipes While I haven’t been here—at The Sensitive Pantry—so often lately I have been out and about with friends and family. In between we’ve been dodging (or not) hurricanes and freak October snowstorms that have left us on two occasions without power for more than 5 days each time. Yes, life has been clipping along at a fast pace. Even so, the individual events—in snapshot form—hold good memories. Lovely images of friends walking together on the beach, meeting up at the farmers’ market with someone who gets as excited as I do about organic vegetables, and the sounds of generators humming throughout the neighborhood while we chat lazily with the folks next door. One of the highlights of my fall weekends is coming to a close and I’m feeling blue about it. It’s pretty simple—it makes me really happy to spend a few hours this way every week. Come to find out there’s a winter market about twenty minutes away. Up next—homemade roasted tomato ketchup from organic San Marzanos! Scrub and dry: Toss with:

DIY Homemade Mosquito Repellent Yikes it’s mosquito season and that means finding a bug spray that works or staying indoors all summer long! We opt for making our own homemade mosquito repellent because it is a chemical free version that way we know it’s safe and effective. Why do we make our own homemade mosquito repellent? Recent studies link chemicals in bug sprays to Parkinson’s Disease. The Environmental Protection Agency has discovered chemicals that kill bugs can lead to infertility (1), birth defects, miscarriages (2), stillbirths (3), learning disorders (4), aggressive behavior (5), cancer of the breast (6), prostate (7) and lymphatic system (8). Here are some great Homemade Mosquito Repellent Recipes to Use: Recipe #1 Ingredients: 5 drops of Lavender Essential Oil 5 drops of Citronella essential oil 3 – 4 Tbsp Vanilla Extract 4-5 Tbsp. Mix all of the above ingredients in a spray bottle and fill the rest up with water (or a mix of water and vodka, or a mix of water and witch hazel). Recipe #2 – 1/16 ounce clove oil

Intolerance gluten.com : Site d'information sur l'intolérance au gluten Hamstring Stretch Exercises The back thigh, or hamstring, is made up of three large muscles. These muscles perform essential functions that make it possible for you to run, walk, step and stand. Because these muscles are in constant use, even while sitting, they tend to get tight. This stretch is performed standing up, a benefit if performing the stretch on a track or uncomfortable or unclean surface. The forward-bend hamstring stretch places minimal strain on your lower back and thighs. This stretches the back of the thighs, buttocks and lower back. Using a towel to perform the seated hamstring stretch can help you to move deeper into the stretch. This stretch is an option if you have knee problems and feel uncomfortable bending your knee to do the seated hamstring stretch.

Gluten-Free Diet Review: Foods You Can Eat and More Why do I need to register or sign in for WebMD to save? We will provide you with a dropdown of all your saved articles when you are registered and signed in. The Promise What if avoiding gluten could change your health? Her diet is all about quitting gluten(that means no wheat, rye, barley), which is a must if you have celiac disease. Hasselbeck self-diagnosed her celiac disease after years of being told by doctors that she had irritable bowel syndrome. The G-Free Diet has tips for avoiding gluten when you’re dining out, at a party, or enjoying an evening at home. What You Can Eat and What You Can't On the G-Free Diet, you’ll avoid all foods that contain gluten, which means anything made with wheat, rye, barley, and certain oats that have been processed in the same facility as wheat. Some sources of gluten may surprise you, like beer, fried foods, soy sauce, and some dairy substitutes. Continue reading below... Level of Effort: Medium to High Packaged foods or meals? In-person meetings?

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