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Wanted to explain about Celiac Disease or Gluten Intolerance- signs and symptoms and how to eat properly with it. Join me on my Jewelchic “like” page on Facebook and you can ask me questions www.facebook.comVideo Rating: 4 / 5
Tags: celiac, disease, Gluten, Intolerance
It can’t be easy when you’re having digestive issues and no definite diagnosis can be made. How can you really know if it’s a gluten rejection or celiac disease, especially if the doctor is unsure? We’ve covered this on our channel as well in anyone is interested. Have a great day, everyone!
If you are gluten intolerant you may or may not also have other issues. For me I have gluten intolerance along with candida and hypoglycemia. I had to eliminate all grains not just because of intolerance but because the grain carbs stay in the system too long and I can’t tolerate carbs. I know I have diabetes in my family. I use only boiled potato with olive and coconut oil to keep glycemic a little lower AND before a workout. I always balance out the potato with lots of eggs/meat.
Celiac Disease/ Gluten Intolerance
I feel so alone in this gluten battle. My family thinks I am crazy but I am so close to finally having relief. I am certain I have gluten intolerance, candida and other allergies. At this point I have a lifestyle that works – Morning 12 eggs (3-4 yolks) scrambled blended with raw spinach, 2-3 boiled potatoes w/ olive & coconut oil, whey/beef isolate with nuts/seeds blended then workout then semi-raw top sirloin w/ ginger/red onion. I repeat this 2x. Red meat cancels remaining blood sugar.
she also has type 1.5 Diabetes, bless her
Good!!! I am so happy to have helped you-it’s quite fun looking for new foods to try in the supermarket xxx
It’s TRULY not that bad xxx
That’s terrific xxx
I was diagnosed 7 years ago and didnt listen and this year i started getting tons of problems including broken teeth (yuk) i stopped grains and am feeling better but what i didnt realize then that i do now is its so much easier to just cook with fresh ingrediants and eat fruits for snacks instead of vending. I love the gluten-free life after i learned it.
would appear my sons mother has this Disease i really do hope there is some light at the end of the tunnle for her, ty 4 the vid
I’m ten and I have celiac disease so this was a lot of help we know lots more now
so how did you go??? Hope you kept eating gluten until you had the biopsy, otherwise it won’t be accurate??? xxx
Good for you-you will feel great xxx
I’ve just been diagnosed with this and I was dreading it coz I’m a fussy eater! But there are loads of cook books with great recipes to help u out …… Bye bye big macs and hello carrot sticks :s
I’m going for my biopsy next month for celiac disease as my doctor took blood tests from me that point to me having it. I’m a bit nervous because I’m not a fan of hospitals but it is worth it. I have symptoms like bloating, gas, depression, mood swings, teeth discolouration, feeling sick- like wanting to vomit, tiredness, no energy. I kind of hope I have celiacs as if this can turn my life around then I’ll take it on.
It’s not something I am prepared to try when I can be 100% well without it. Gluten is not GREAT for the body anyway xxx
Dude, this was a good presentation, and you’re hot, sweet
No disease is forever if pathology is reversible. Celiac is a curable disease as is lactose intolerance.Know symptoms, onset, factors that modify the disease/symptoms (can eat gluten foods in cold weather or with paw paw). It is hard finding a grain substitute that doesn’t lack nutritionally, Chickpeas fill this void, and come in flour form. The body can be trained to tolerate substances, via a method of desensitization/based on a homoeopathic principle and is commonly done with allergies. Adios
Thanks for the great information! Its such a blessing to have guidance for this process
There are a bunch of great resources out there for the newly diagnosed….check out books like “Wheat Free Worry Free,” “Celiac Disease for Dummies,” “Celiac Disease: A Hidden Epidemic,” “Dangerous Grains” and such….and google “Celiac Central” or check out the myriad of gluten free blogs out there!! The key is to inform yourself and become an advocate for yourself and CD. I’ve been diagnosed for 5 years.
That’s great-thanks!!! It’s really and truly not that bad so don’t panic xxx
It’s all ok-don’t panic…just eat more plain foods when you go out…fresh and unprocessed is best…read about gluten and be informed…it’s not that hard-i promise xxx
I was just diagnosed with it 2 days ago…. they told me my stomach was 50% eroded… I havent eaten gluten in 2 days and I am always scared foods I am eating has it hidden in it. I am only 20 & kinda scared. I have eaten bread since I was a baby. So alot of my food changes have been completely changed. How do you deal with going out to eat and making sure there is no gluten?? I am also allegric to wheat….
Hey. That was Such a warm and inviting video. I was just diagnosed about half an hour ago and im freeking out. Mind you, the full extent of it, hasn’t hit me yet, but the early stages are still making me fret as i am only 25 aswell. Love your videos so far, gonna watch em all! Thanks
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