Celiac Disease

  1. Watch Out — When You Are Bloated, Your Body is Trying to Tell You Something

    Watch Out — When You Are Bloated, Your Body is Trying to Tell You Something
    When you eat too much, eat when you feel stressed, or eat when food is poorly combined, the food sits in the small intestine and putrefies. Bacteria and yeast feed on stagnant food and release gas in the process.
  2. Are a Baby’s Gut Bacteria the Secret to Growing Healthier with Age?

    Are a Baby’s Gut Bacteria the Secret to Growing Healthier with Age?
    The healthy bacteria found in a newborn baby’s gut help to strengthen digestion and boost immunity. As we grow older, a special strain of protective bacteria declines, making a daily probiotic all the more important.
  3. How 1 Square of Dark Chocolate Can Help You Kick Your Gluten Habit

    How 1 Square of Dark Chocolate Can Help You Kick Your Gluten Habit
    Finally, researchers have begun piecing together a gluten disorder that is not a wheat allergy, and it is not celiac disease.
  4. The Body Ecology Beginner's Guide to Going Gluten-Free

    The Body Ecology Beginner's Guide to Going Gluten-Free
    You've heard of gluten before, but the how and the why of the gluten-free diet may still be a mystery. Find out how your health can soar by going gluten-free.
  5. Can Genetics Explain an Unhealthy Gut?

    Can Genetics Explain an Unhealthy Gut?
    Your genetic makeup affects your gut health just as much as diet and lifestyle choices. Find out two important ways to influence your health.
  6. How to Digest Gluten: New Research Gives Hope to Celiac Sufferers

    How to Digest Gluten: New Research Gives Hope to Celiac Sufferers
    Going gluten-free is a popular movement in the health community, but what about sufferers of Celiac disease? New research may offer relief for those with Celiac disease and gluten sensitivity.
  7. Adrenal Fatigue and the Flu: What You Need to Know!

    Adrenal Fatigue and the Flu: What You Need to Know!
    Don't get taken out by flu season this year. Support adrenal health to directly reduce your risk of viral infection.
  8. What Pregnant Women Need to Know About the Inner Ecosystem

    What Pregnant Women Need to Know About the Inner Ecosystem
    What does a mother's inner ecosystem have to do with her unborn baby? You can influence your baby's health and immunity by consuming beneficial bacteria during pregnancy.
  9. Crohn's Disease and Candida

    Crohn's Disease and Candida
    400,000 to 600,000 people have Crohn's disease in the US. A wounded inner ecosystem that supports Candida overgrowth may be the trigger.

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