It has been well established that gluten sensitivity can cause autoimmune heart disease.  It has also been confirmed that gluten induced malabsorption of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients can lead to different forms of heart disease such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure, high triglycerides, congestive heart failure (weakened heart muscle), and palpitations.

The following video testimonial demonstrates how gluten exposure led to heart attack symptoms in this woman.  She made several trips to the cardiologist and emergency room only to be told that she didn’t have a heart problem.  Going gluten free resolved the symptoms completely…

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In good health,

Dr. Osborne – The Gluten Free Warrior

2 thoughts on “Gluten Sensitivity Caused Heart Attack Symptoms

  1. Chrissy says:

    This could be my story verbatim! But I heard about gluten sensitivity and decided to cut out gluten and my symptoms are lessening. However, I’m told that if you aren’t currently eating gluten, they can’t test you for Celiac, so I guess I’ll never know for sure. But I certainly am not going back just to test! I never want to feel that way again!

  2. Ella says:

    I’ve come across this after having what I think was a mini heart attack late last night after eating some Ben and Jerrys vegan ice cream that contained wheat. I’ve recently cut out gluten and my symptoms such as chest and stomach pain, light headndedness and varying types of bowel movements such as constipation and runny stools have stopped. Then after eating the wheat last night my heart was at 160bpm, it’s usually 60 as I’m 17years old and generally healthy. I could barely breath last night, short of breath and my chest and stomach was extremely painful I also had heartburn and was feeling very very cold then hot then cold and could barely move. I felt like i was having a heart attack and although you might say im young and wouldn’t know what that feels like, I know my body! I’ve realised that eating gluten when you’re intolerant is very dangerous, i do NOT reccomend eating something containing it accidentally and opon realising carry on eating it (especially if cutting it out has relieved your symptoms meaning you’re intollerant). Because you may experience what I did last night and I can tell you I was terrified, up until now I thought it had happened because I had accidently taken both ibrupofen and half a naproxen but the “heart attack” symptoms were happening way before this and these two medications together don’t make you feel as though having a heart attack. If you think you have an intolerance don’t ignore your body trying to tell you! Listen to your body- symptoms after eating foods is your body saying it can’t handle the food, so don’t risk your health to eat something you like the taste of like a peanut butter and cookies ice cream x

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