Have you eliminated gluten, but you still have symptoms?

More and more people notice that they feel better by eliminating gluten from their diet. There are a small percentage of people whose symptoms improve, but don’t fully resolve.
 
There are a number of naturally gluten-free foods such as cheese, chocolate and coffee that contain proteins so similar to gluten that your body confuses them for gluten. When you eat these foods your body’s immune system reacts as if you had just eaten a wholemeal sandwich.
 
Grains Depositphotos_6147433_xsIt’s estimated that at least half of those who are gluten intolerant are also sensitive to dairy (cheese, yogurt, milk and butter) due to its cross-reactivity with gluten.
 
These are other foods that cross-react with gluten:
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Milk chocolate
Whey protein
Oats
Corn
Millet
Instant coffee
Rice
 
If you have a gluten sensitivity, eliminate the above foods for at least 2 months and see if your symptoms improve. Once you start introducing one of these foods and your body reacts, you may have to permanently eliminate them from your diet.
 
 
Cross-Reaction between Gliadin and Different Food and Tissue Antigens, Food and Nutrition Sciences, 2013, 4, 20-32, http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/fns.2013.41005 Published Online January 2013 (http://www.scirp.org/journal/fns)

 

Evelin Liddel

Evelin Liddell is a Homeopath and Fertility Specialist with over 15 years experience in the natural health field mainly working with women and children. She has trained with some of the biggest names in the natural health field.

Too many couples are misinformed about their options of resolving fertility issues. In most cases natural solutions can be found to help make their dream of parenthood a reality. Evelin enjoys helping couples along this special journey of reclaiming their natural fertility and fulfilling their dream of having a baby.
 
Evelin also has a special interest in nutrition and is currently the only metabolic balance® coach in Queensland, Australia.

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