Category Archives: Gastrointestinal Disease

Can Gluten Cause Gut Inflammation?

Can Gluten Cause Gut Inflammation? Can gluten cause gut inflammation?  It is well known that gluten causes celiac disease – an inflammatory condition of the small intestine.  What is less well known, and often times completely ignored, is the connection between gluten and inflammation of other areas of the GI tract.  Keep in mind that […]

4 Natural Tips to Improve IBS, Constipation, Indigestion, and Heart Burn

Problems with constipation, indigestion, heartburn, and bad breath? Theses are very common symptoms for those struggling with gluten sensitivity.  Because gluten and grains can contribute to changes in the microbiome as well as gastrointestinal inflammation, many people struggle trying to find an answer.  The all too common medical solution is to medicate the symptoms without […]

10 Tips To Help Restore a Leaky Gut & Improve Gut Health

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Taking a Natural Approach to Gut Health Many people struggle with gut problems because of gluten sensitivity.  It is no mystery that gluten can cause major inflammatory damage to the gut.  It is also no mystery that gluten can cause a leaky gut that contributes to the development of multiple forms of autoimmune disease. That […]

Medications That Cause Leaky Gut

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Medications That Cause Leaky Gut (Intestinal Permeability) Millions of people are commonly diagnosed with illnesses and the solutions given to them by their doctors is usually a pill to fix the ill.  Doctors who continually prescribe medications to treat symptoms, but fail to identify the root cause of disease are a huge part of the health […]

Is Dairy Sabotaging Your Gluten Free Healing?

Research Identifies Dairy as a Problem For Those With Gluten Sensitivity Many people embarking on a gluten free diet continue to consume milk, butter, cheese, and other dairy products without giving thought to the potential for having an inflammatory reaction.  However; researchers have identified that dairy proteins can affect as much as 50% of those […]

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