Gluten Free and Lyme Disease

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Glyphosate, pathways to modern diseases II: Celiac sprue and gluten intolerance
Gluten intolerance is a growing epidemic in the U.S. and, increasingly, worldwide. Celiac sprue is a more specific disorder, characterized by gluten intolerance along with autoantibodies to the protein, transglutaminase, which builds crosslinks in undigested fragments of gliadin, a major constituent of gluten

Articles

What is Gluten and Why is it Making me Sick?
An explanation of what gluten is along with some recipes for gluten free foods.

Gluten sensitivity research identifies a connection between gluten induced leaky gut, and leaky brain. The ramifications of these findings are important to understand the broad scope of the impact gluten has in many diseases. Read More Here

Gluten if being used more then ever now. Many people have developed allergies to it. It seems to be a harder wheat to break down in your intestines, then the softer wheats we formally used. To read more about the history of Gluten click here

Blogs

The Healthy Apple

The Lyme Disease Diet

Gluten Free Diet for Lyme Patients

TOUCHED BY LYME: Gluten-free eating hits the mainstream 

Gluten Free Recipes





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