Category Archives: Gluten Free Society Blog

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 […]

How Long Does It Take For Gluten To Leave Your System

How Long Does It Take For Gluten to Leave Your System? If you have celiac disease or gluten sensitivity and you avoid eating gluten to maintain your health, you know how awful it feels when you get “glutened” – when you accidentally eat gluten. Lets talk about overcoming gluten exposure.  In this article, I will […]

Omega Fats and Gluten Sensitivity

Omega Fats and Gluten Sensitivity We’ve all gotten the memo that fat is back, but we know that not all fat is created equal. You’ve probably heard of so-called “good fats” and “bad fats” – but what about omega fats? Are they good or bad for those with gluten issues? Below we will discuss all […]

Choline Deficiency & Gluten

Choline and Gluten Gluten sensitivity is a common cause of malabsorption and nutritional deficiency.  Choline is no exception to this rule.  While choline has existed just as long as any other nutrient, it has only recently started to get some well deserved attention.  Choline was only recognized as an essential nutrient by the Food and […]