Category Archives: Gluten Free Society Blog

Is Adrenal Fatigue a Gluten Problem?

Can Gluten Cause Adrenal Fatigue?   Adrenal fatigue, also known as adrenal insufficiency or adrenal burnout, is a topic that is garnering more and more attention.  Because of increasing stress levels in a large portion of the population, doctors and scientists are appreciating the important role that stress plays on illness and health. But how exactly […]

Can Eating Gluten Cause Sleep Problems?

Can Gluten Cause Sleep Problems? Gluten consumption and celiac disease have wide-reaching effects throughout the body. From skin and digestive problems to mood and sleep issues, gluten can impact our health in many ways. This article explores the link between gluten consumption and sleep problems. This article will cover: The relationship between gluten, insomnia, and […]

Is Rice Safe for Celiacs and The Gluten Sensitive?

When going gluten free, there are a few staple foods that people turn to. One of the most common is rice. But is rice a good choice for those following a gluten free diet? Is it safe and healthy? This article will answer those questions and explore the following topics: Is rice gluten free? Concerns […]

Can Celiac Disease Cause Iodine Deficiency?

Gluten Sensitivity, Celiac Disease, & Iodine Deficiency Gluten has long been known to cause malabsorption and nutritional deficiencies.  Iodine is no exception to this.  But before tackling the connection, let’s take a deeper look at iodine and the role it plays in maintaining your health.   Iodine deficiency is a global health issue.  Besides malabsorption caused […]

What Supplements Should I Take If I Have Celiac Disease?

Should Those with Celiac Disease and Non Celiac Gluten Sensitivity Take Supplements? Even though vitamin and mineral deficiencies are extremely common for those with celiac and non celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS), the issue is largely ignored by doctors when a celiac diagnosis is made.  Because nutrients are an essential part of the healing and recovery […]