Tag Archives: anemia

What Causes Anemia – Iron, B12, Folate & More


Though not a condition we often hear or talk about, we are all somewhat familiar with anemia. Women are tested for it while pregnant, as are babies at those early pediatrician appointments. But while doctors may take steps to catch this condition early, it’s a prevailing problem in the United States and one that is […]

Gluten Free Warrior Podcast #2 – Recovering From Gluten 101

Gluten Free & Still Sick May go gluten free and feel better, but continue to have chronic health problems.  In essence their diet change led to improvements, but not resolution of health problems.   If you are one of them, this interview is a must listen to. In this interview breakdown (courtesy of Mike Mutzel […]

H. pylori, Iron Deficiency and Gluten Sensitivity – Is There A Connection?

Chronic gluten exposure for those who are intolerant can weaken the immune system’s ability to fight off infection.  One of the most common types of infection in the GI tract (stomach) is a bacteria called Helicobacter pylori (AKA- H. pylori).  This bacteria can bore through the stomach mucus and cause erosion of the lining in […]

Anemia and Low Platelets – Is Gluten Sensitivity a Cause?

Gluten – A Common Cause of Many Types of Anemia Iron deficiency anemia is a well known disease manifestation in those with gluten intolerance issues.  The following research study also points out that gluten can cause platelet anemias as well. The number of patients in whom extraintestinal symptoms reflect the initial manifestation is rising. Common […]

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