My daughter was diagnosed with Celiac disease at five years old. At the time, her diet consisted of almost raw, unprocessed food. When she was seven years old, she was diagnosed with Celiac and received a one-time food-free diet prescription. I was so happy for her. She has never had symptoms again.
I’ve been taking gluten-free probiotics for over 10 years now and it has been a life-changer. I’ve been able to go back to eating meat and dairy again without the side effects that came with those foods. I even have a few friends who have been able to live a relatively healthy life again.
If you’re like me, the idea of eating raw, unprocessed food often just crosses your mind, but you have to remember that the idea of eating it for human consumption is a bit of a taboo. If you’re like me, the idea of it is a bit scary. Well, this is one of those times.
Gluten is a protein found in wheat, rye, and barley. It has all kinds of healing properties, but the main one is that it encourages an immune system that is more efficient at fighting off germs. This can cause a variety of health issues, including autoimmune disorders. We have tested a number of probiotic supplements that claim to make it easier to digest gluten. These supplements contain live cultures of bacteria that are capable of breaking down gluten and making it easier for you to digest.
Probiotics have the ability to fight off germs and toxins and are even able to heal damaged cells caused by antibiotics. They also have a strong immune system and so they are especially good at fighting off infections. The problem is that gluten is one of the most common things that causes inflammation in the body. So people (and pets) with an autoimmune disorder that is sensitive to gluten often suffer from it being a problem.
This is one of those cases where the science is still quite inconclusive. The main reason why I believe this is because a lot of people don’t eat gluten (or have it in large quantities) because it is difficult to digest. This explains why many people also have autoimmune disorders, and why there is a lot of research into this subject.
People with an autoimmune disorder such as Celiac Disease, Crohn’s Disease, and other gluten intolerances may react to gluten in the same way that people with type 1 diabetes do. That is, they have an immune response to gluten that causes complications. The thing is that this is not the only side-effect of gluten intolerance. It is believed that the immune system will fight against gluten, causing a variety of problems.
So what does that mean for gluten-free diets? Well, that means that now if you have an autoimmune disorder, you might need to take extra care of your diet. Sure, it is still possible that you might be immune to gluten, but now you need to look out for other possible side-effects. What if you have celiac disease, for example, and you are sensitive to certain foods? You might need to cut down on your diet.
If you don’t have gluten, you’re out of luck, because you probably won’t have celiac disease. But if a person has Celiac Disease, they might not need to take extra care of their diet. So if you’re not taking the proper doses of your favorite foods, you might be immune to celiac disease, but your immune system might be affected.
What if you have a gluten-free diet or a gluten-free allergy? For some reason that doesn’t make sense to me. If gluten-free, you might be immune to celiac disease, but you might be immune to celiac disease by how much you eat it. So instead of eating all the calories from gluten-free or gluten-containing foods, you might be able to eat more of the same foods and eat less of the calories from gluten-free foods.