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With more and more coming out in research about gluten intolerance, awareness continues to spread about the different manifestations of eating this detrimental protein. Studies on Leaky Brain – Gluten sensitivity research identifies a connection between gluten induced leaky gut, and leaky brain. The ramifications of these findings are important to understand the broad scope of the impact gluten has
The more we study gluten, the more we learn how antiquated and out dated the current definitions being used to define it are. Less than a year ago, it was thought that celiac disease was the only manifestation of gluten sensitivity. Today this false misconception has been dis-proven in multiple studies, trials, and anecdotally in thousands of people around the
Recently, Dr. Fasano, leader of the University of Maryland Celiac Research Center, and I sat down for a private one on one interview. We discussed gluten sensitivity vs. celiac disease, leaky gut (intestinal permeability) and leaky brain, research on newly discovered gluten proteins, and mental diseases (schizophrenia, bipolar, depression). These issues have been under great scientific debate and scrutiny
I recently gave a lecture at the Charlotte Gluten Free Expo in North Carolina. I had the pleasure of getting to talk privately with Dr. Fasano. Dr. Fasano of the University of Maryland Mucosal Biology Research Center (and Celiac disease research center) discusses his insights into the differences between gluten sensitivity and celiac disease. He further goes on to explain
World renowned gluten researcher, Dr. Alessio Fasano discusses how leaky gut leads to celiac disease as well as a multiple variety of other diseases as well. Dr. Fasano is the head of the celiac research center at the University of Maryland. Autoimmune disease linked to gluten causing leaky gut. The genetic role is essential in this process. Dr. Fasano states
The Charlotte Gluten Free Expo was an unrivaled event. The picture to the right shows Dr. Fasano with the kids of R.O.C.K. (raising our celiac kids). Dr. Fasano, leader of the University of Maryland Celiac Research Center, and I sat down for a private one on one interview. We discussed gluten sensitivity vs. celiac disease, leaky gut and leaky brain,
Unfortunately, today most people do not understand the difference between gluten sensitivity and celiac disease. As a matter of fact, this is one of the reasons why so many patients fail to get properly diagnosed. Lab tests have traditionally focused on diagnosing celiac disease. This has created a proverbial No Man’s Land for those patients who react to gluten differently.