Tag Archives: gluten sensitivity

Vitamin B1 Deficiency & Gluten Consumption

Vitamin B1 (Thiamin) – A Common Deficiency for those with Gluten Problems Vitamin B1 – AKA thiamin is an essential nutrient the body uses to help generate energy from the foods we eat.   This essential B vitamin also plays a role in the regulation of the heart muscle, and the production of the neurotransmitter, acetylcholine.  […]

Gluten Sensitivity and Iron Deficiency Anemia – Are They Related?

Iron deficiency is one of the most common nutritional deficits found in patients with celiac disease and non celiac gluten sensitivity.  The most common symptom linked to iron deficiency is unwavering fatigue.  Patients will often report severe loss of energy even when sleep has been adequate.  This energy deprivation can also contribute to severe brain […]

Can Gluten Sensitivity Cause Bone Loss?

Gluten Contributes to Bone Loss in Multiple Ways… Bone Loss Mechanisms Gluten induced disease goes far deeper than celiac.  There are hundreds of different symptoms, syndromes, and diseases that gluten can create.  Some of the most common mechanisms behind gluten and bone loss are: Intestinal atrophy leading to malabsorption of vitamins and minerals leading to […]

New Mechanism Found in Gluten Sensitivity

Gluten Affects People in Many Ways To date, scientists have elucidated a number of ways that gluten can cause damage to both celiacs and non celiac gluten sensitive individuals.  Unfortunately, when trying to identify gluten as a progenitor to disease, doctors typically only look to diagnose celiac disease.  As celiac disease is an autoimmune reaction […]

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. […]

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