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thursday--some very interesting information from a gluten intolerant friend

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Hi everyone! hope you are having a good day. today I want to pass along some information that a friend of mine shared on facebook. brian is a severe celiac sufferer and is always researching gluten intolerance. I need to do a lot more research into this information--the internet is rife with misinformation and hyperbolic claims made by people wanting to make a buck--but if this information is true--its something we need to find out about. I am including a link to what I assume is a commercial website, so you need to read with a grain of salt, but its a fairly good foundation that explains the basic concept. would really like to know how people feel about this information, and if anyone has experience in this regard.
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    My Daughter has celiac (Diagnosed via Biopsy). When she is eating properly she is a very different person in many, many ways. However, she, like many others does not like to admit it is an actual problem, she and her doctor husband often choose to down play the effect, although Gramie and I can and would attest to the profound change in many aspects of her life when she is on and off her diet.

    One of the issue with food intolerance is they can mascaraed as other things and other things often get blamed when no intolerance exists so having good info is often difficult
    1681 days ago
    Interesting. I know the foods of 20-30 years ago are VERY different from the foods of today. This is one reason why I try to buy local and at my farmer's market.
    1684 days ago
    Interesting article. It's scary how we can manipulate seeds into what we want and don't care about the after effects. I believe it has caused lots of bad things to happen to people and when they cut out gluten it can get better.

    1685 days ago
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