Category Archives: Nerve damage

Can Gluten Cause Headaches?

Can gluten cause headaches? This simple answer is yes.  Let’s dive in… I bet it’s safe to say that you’ve experienced a headache or two in your lifetime. Maybe even more. Because headaches are one of the most commonly reported medical complaints. And they can range from a dull ache to debilitating pain. Headaches are […]

Can Gluten Cause Muscle and Joint Pain?

gluten and chronic arthritis

Can Gluten Cause Muscle and Joint Pain? Prefer to learn by video?  Watch the breakdown here.  In today’s world, muscle and joint pain are widespread problems. They tend to be chronic, debilitating, and can significantly reduce your quality of life. Your pain may be dull and achy or sharp and throbbing. It may be felt […]

Are Food Allergies Affecting Your Brain – The link to Schizophrenia Part 3

The Signs of Wheat-Gluten Sensitivity and Schizophrenia The clinical symptoms of coeliac disease and ‘schizophrenia‘ bear marked resemblance. Both physical and psychiatric symptoms are present in children and adults with coeliac disease, although the incidence of ‘schizophrenia’ is greater in children than in adults. Coeliac disease results in part from an impairment of food absorption […]

6 Common Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy (Gluten Included)

Neuropathy Is Extremely Common Peripheral neuropathy is a condition that leads to multiple symptoms in the arms, legs, hands, and feet.  Numbness, tingling, burning, and pain are some of the most common symptomatic manifestations.  The condition effects as many as 80 out of every 1,000 people.  The condition has a number of different causes.  Let’s […]

Ataxia – Another Symptom of Gluten Induced Damage

Can Gluten Cause Ataxia? Can gluten cause ataxia?  Before we answer the question, let’s define what ataxia means.  Ataxia is a neurological disorder affecting the body’s ability to control muscular coordination.  The symptoms can manifest in a variety of ways, but often lead to dizziness, clumsiness, loss of coordination, fatigue, difficult speaking, difficulty swallowing, muscular […]

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