Someone on my other team just posted this and I thought it was pretty timely: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22825366
"CONCLUSIONS: Our data confirm the existence of non-celiac WS* as a distinct clinical condition. We also suggest the existence of two distinct populations of subjects with WS: one with characteristics more similar to CD** and the other with characteristics pointing to food allergy."
So, in other words, even if you don't show the cell damage specific to Celiac Disease you may be experiencing similar symptoms. Why is this on the rise? The wheat in our food supply is not your great-grandmother's wheat. It has been hybridized for characteristics that are good for selling it, not necessarily eating it - drought resistance, kernel size, etc. And that's not even considering Genetically Modified products, which are a complete wild card.
Challenge 1: Add activity at home to my must-do list.
Challenge 2: Bedtime is now going to be 11:30.
Challenge 3: Leave work on time. It'll all be there in the morning. Whatevs.
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