You might be surprised. Although there can be gastrointestinal issues, often those symptoms are “silent” in someone even with a severe gluten sensitivity. Also, many people consider it “normal” to have just a few bowel movements a week, chronic constipation, or intermittent episodes of diarrhea and constipation. As I often say: common, but not normal.Continue reading “What Symptoms Suggest Celiac or Gluten Sensitivity?”
Somehow, we seem to have signed on to the idea that falling apart and breaking down physically is an integral and inevitable part of life. I’ve had clients as young as 30 come into my office believing it was normal for them to feel increasingly lousy at their age. Please don’t believe it! While noContinue reading “You Don’t Have to Live with it!”
Hormonal imbalance? Digestive distress? Creeping weight gain? Somehow, we seem to have signed on to the idea that falling apart and breaking down physically is inevitable. Please don’t believe it!
Most people wouldn’t think that these could all be caused by a food sensitivity, but they often are. Sensitivity to gluten, the protein in wheat, barley, oats, spelt and other grains, can cause these problems, and many more. People often undergo years of treatment for these symptoms without ever being diagnosed for the true underlying problem: gluten sensitivity. Although gluten is not always the cause, it may be possible to successfully manage many of these health issues only if gluten is removed from the diet.