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Tutoring Muse

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  1. After reading these post, I'm wondering if anyone has checked out 'leaky gut syndrome'? It's what gluten does to our digestion. It took a 10 week cleanse to repair my intestines. If the intestine repairs, then initially gluten and other offenders, in my case, casein and soy, don't seem to cause a problem! However, if you continue even an occasional use, the intestine breaks down again! Please look up leaky gut and please be careful!
  2. I found out I was gluten, soy, corn, and beet intolerant last summer. Quite a blow to the diet! My recovery has taken so long that I checked back with the doctor and found I've had candida as well. The symptoms are all so similar between soy, beets, and phosphorus rich foods (common nongluten grains, seeds, most nuts) that I get confused about the cause of a reaction! Now candida too... However, corn is the only one that gives me bronchial drainage and a cough for several hours. Most restaurants use corn products when they try to replace gluten for us! A nice effort, but given that about 50% of us who are gluten free also cannot handle corn, I suggest asking the source of the gluten free product anywhere! It may prevent a reaction!