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Why Gluten May Be Bad for Everyone

With all the new studies and article on the dangers of gluten, it may be safe to assume that gluten may be bad for everyone. But why? Dr. Vikki Petersen wrote an article on the subject: Wheat is a Threat to Your Health, Even if You’re Not a Celiac Gluten is the protein that is […]

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Autoimmune Disease and Gluten

Autoimmune disease is running rapid among the general population and has become a serious concern.  According to Dr. Vikki Petersen … 1) The increase of autoimmune diseases in our society is on a downright scary trajectory. 2) Autoimmune disease sufferers are told “there is no cure for their disease”. 3) The treatment for autoimmune is, […]

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Gluten Can Kill Your Brain

I was being treated for early stages of Alzheimer’s disease when a naturopathic doctor tested me and found out I was gluten intolerant!  So I have first hand experience on how gluten can kill your brain. The average person has no clue as to how much damage we can be doing to our brain due […]

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30% of the Population Should be Gluten Free?

I guess I am not the only one who has learned something new from the 2013 Gluten Summit.  Dr. Vikki Petersen from Health Now also posted an article based on the Gluten Summit interview with Dr Michael Marsh, who is the founder of the Marsh Classification System of intestinal biopsy. Here is what Dr. Petersen […]

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Foggy Brain and Gluten

If you are like me and suffer from Foggy Brain caused by Gluten, you are probably overjoyed when you discovered it’s ‘curable’ just by eliminating gluten from your diet! In my case, I had more than just Foggy Brain!  I was forgetful, confused at times, couldn’t follow the plots in movies, mixed up my words, […]

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Grains and Gluten Intolerance

If wheat, rye and barley are the main grains with gluten, how about other grains?  Can you still eat Grains with Gluten Intolerance? First off, grains and processed foods made with grains is not quite the same thing.  According to one of my favorite experts on the Gluten Free issues, Dr. Vikki Petersen: Should Celiacs […]

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Vitamin D and Gluten Intolerance

Dr. Vikki Petersen is one of my favorite authorities on Gluten Intolerance and Celiac Disease.  Her book, The Gluten Effect, was one of the first books I read after being diagnosed with Gluten Intolerance.  The book was very eye opening for me at the time and I still refer to it from time to time […]

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Gluten and the Brain

Most people think gluten problems are centered in the digestive system.  True in some cases, but the majority of symptoms from gluten poisoning happen in the brain!  Symptoms can be seemingly non-existent, but can slowly cause damage to your brain …. or, like in my case, damage your memory, your thyroid gland and even your […]

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Arsenic in Rice — An Alternative Approach!

You may remember back in February we posted an article about Arsenic in Rice.  At the time, it was the most widely read article on this blog with searches coming in from all over the internet. Of course, this was very impactful to the Gluten Free Vegan community as we tend to consume lots of […]

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Secondary Effects of Gluten

According to Dr. Vikki Petersen, author of The Gluten Effect, there are Secondary Effects of Gluten found in non-gluten foods.  These foods are called cross reactive foods — meaning because they have similar proteins to gluten, your body may react to them just as though they were gluten. Here is the list of the four […]

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