I've stopped eat gluten one years ago because of my ibs, which is now 80% better.
But I'm continuing to read everyday about the secret damages that gluten does.
I read about gluten fault in diseases like Multiple Sclerosis and ALS.
A patience was diagnosed with ALS, stopping gluten his symphtom went off, so doctors say it was a wrong diagnose.
Do you think gluten can cause TERRIBLE disease like ALS,MS, and lots of other?
stay away from gluten!!
here it is a link
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on March 19, 2013
at 09:39 PM
*recommends considering the diagnosis of gluten sensitivity in patients that present with propriospinal myoclonus*
*We present a case of a young man* -- a, as in one
*Coeliac patients showed a higher total plasma homocysteine level than the general population*
I could go on. Yes, for people with gluten intolerance, especially those with acute intolerance or coeliac disease should refrain from gluten because it can be extremely damaging to them. The general public? Probably not such a big deal.
Please be careful about extrapolating studies about specific sects of the population.
on March 19, 2013
at 09:00 PM
"When people who are gluten intolerant eat foods containing gluten, their immune cells target this protein as they would a bacteria or virus. This creates an inflammatory response that eventually destroys the villi, the tiny, fingerlike protrusions in the lining of the intestine through which all our nutrients are absorbed. This inflammatory response can directly affect brain tissue much like what is seen in multiple sclerosis, including telltale white lesions in the brain that are similar to the kind of damage seen in MS patients." - from David Perlmutter, M.D., The Better Brain Book....... but there appears to be some kind of change in the gluten, or consumption levels, or our environment that is making more and more people intolerant :(