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Emilem

Member Since 31 Mar 2012
Offline Last Active Dec 24 2012 09:10 PM
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Oaxalates And Leaky Gut With Celiac

14 December 2012 - 08:37 PM

Does anyone know if oaxalates can contribute to a leaky gut with celiac?

Every time I've tried to do a "leaking gut" healing diet, where I consume lots of fresh fruit and veggies....however, this seems to make my symptoms worse??

Best Leaky Gut Healing Diet To Follow

08 December 2012 - 08:32 PM

I am a celiac currently dealing with multiple food intolerances. I have done quite a bit of research, and am t rying to find the best leaky gut healing diet to follow.

From what I can gather, I should stick to mainly:
Unprocessed meats & fish (chicken, turkey, beef)
Low Starch Vegetables
Healthy Oils

I am not sure about fruit, as the high sugar ones tend to bother me from time to time.

Additionally, squash seems to bother me (wondering if it is because the high starch content)

Coconut is supposed to be a gut healing food, however, I tend to negatively react to it.


Looking for any suggestions from people who have tried things that work!!!

Thanks!

Lectins, Leaky Gut & Celiac Disease - The Connection

04 December 2012 - 10:21 AM

I was diagnosed with celiac disease in March of this year (2012) after experiencing an on-set of the following symptoms:

-EDEMA (extreme tissue swelling all over the body that never seemed to subside)
-SINUS CONGESTION and SCRATCHY THROAT
-Achiness
-Fatigue
-Anemia (falling asleep all of the time)
-Severe cravings/constant hunger

I immediately eliminated ALL gluten. I felt better for a few weeks, then I felt progressively worse. I've toyed with elimination diets of all sorts for the past six months. I have been able to pinpoint some problematic foods, but what throws me for a loop, is that some herbs, and possibly some vegetables seem to bother me.

I've recently discovered that many celiacs are sensitive to all lectins when they have a leaky gut. I have felt better cutting these well-known lectins from my diet
-legumes
-dairy
-all nuts
-soy
-nightshades & citrus

However, I feel there are some other things lingering in my diet that contain high lectin levels. Is it true that garlic and onion are high in lectin? Are there any fruits and veggies that are known for high lectin content??

Detoxification From Salicylates

19 October 2012 - 11:48 PM

Does anyone have experience with detoxifying the body from salicylates?

I believe I have grown sensitive to them from over-consumption of fruits and veggies in the recent months after having to go gluten and grain free....

I am sticking to mostly these foods for the time being:
white potato
allowed low sal veggies
pears
ricotta and cottage cheese
beef & chicken
eggs

does anyone know how long it takes to clear the sals from your system before you can feel relief/begin re-introducing?

Celiac With Salicylate Sensitivity

13 October 2012 - 08:54 PM

Does anyone know of a link between celiac and salicylate sensitivity? I am diagnosed celiac as of this March - thinking I may have salicylate sensitivity as well based on foods I react to, anyone else??