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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 […]

Should Women With Gluten Sensitivity Breast Feed?

Gluten and Breastfeeding The questions about breast feeding come up often in regards to gluten intolerance, sensitivity, and celiac disease.  I have had patients tell me that their pediatrician would prefer they not breastfeed because of gluten issues in the baby.  I have also had patients be told that their baby is allergic to breast […]

Gluten Sensitivity, Hormones, and Vitamins

Unexpected Side Effects Gluten is a known to disrupt a number of hormones, estrogen included.  If you have been diagnosed with gluten sensitivity and you are having hormone related troubles keep reading.  Often times woman are placed on prescription estrogens for birth control, for pre-menstrual symptoms (PMS), and for menopause symptoms (hot flashes…).   Doctors […]

Celiac Patients React to “Gluten Free” Bread

Gluten Free Bread Damages Celiacs… A recent study found that patients with celiac disease can react to “gluten free” bread made with maize (corn) protein.  Serum IgA was measured against the prolamine in corn.  Previous studies have found similar reactions with corn in patients with gluten sensitivity. Many of these studies find that the gluten […]

Dr. Peter Osborne Discusses Solutions for Fatigue

Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired? Listen to this audio interview with Dr. Osborne as he discusses some of the major lifestyle factors that can cause, contribute to, and perpetuate fatigue in your life… Listen to internet radio with TimetoPlay on Blog Talk Radio Keep Reading to Get More Energy… Are you tired […]

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