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Does more gluten create a higher risk of celiac disease in kids?

Early Childhood Exposure to Gluten Increases Risk of Developing an Allergy A study in JAMA found that kids under five years old who eat more gluten have a higher risk of developing celiac disease. In fact, this study found that eating as little as one gram more than the “baseline amount” of gluten each day […]

How Gluten Affects Children Part 1

The Impact of Gluten on Children If you have recently gone gluten free and are having difficulty with helping your children go gluten free, this video series by Glutenology and Dr. Osborne is a much watch. The series discusses symptoms and diseases in infants and children that are linked to gluten intolerance and celiac disease. […]

A Gluten Free Diet Resolves Joint Pain, Intestinal Problems, Fatigue, and Depression

The story below is a common story. I see cases like this all the time. A person comes into my office with multiple unresolved medical issues. Typically many of my patients are on 5 or more medications and have been to a multitude of specialists to no avail. My focus is food. It is not […]

Gluten Stunts Growth in Children

A link between celiac disease and growth hormone deficiency in children has been identified. Source: Clin Med Res. 2006 Sep;4(3):180-3. Gluten is a known endocrine (hormone) disruptor. Research has linked gluten sensitivity contributing to abnormalities in thyroid, progesterone, estrogen, pituitary, prolactin, and more. Growth hormone is a powerful stimulator of proper growth in children. It […]

Part 2 – How Gluten Affects Children

Dr. Osborne discusses more on the impact of gluten intolerance on the health of children… How Does Gluten Damage Your Children? There are a variety of ways that gluten can harm your child’s health. Some early warning signs or problems that gluten may be contributing to disease include, colic, chronic diarrhea, eczema, asthma, growing pains, […]