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Did any body see this new resesarch on how Celiac disease can damage immune cells

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If not it should be featured as an article on celiac.com soon ....

For some reason  .... press releases/news article seem to be Region specific like NA, Europe or Asia.

I saw this on an European/Indian news site  ....so it might be a few days/weeks before it shows up on/in the NA news cycle.

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2019-02-coeliac-disease-irreversible-immune-cells.html

It is really interesting research.

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This research supports the obvious fact that doctors are just covering up symptoms when they prescribe anti-inflammatories. They are causing the patient to get sicker and sicker as they do not know that they have a problem which needs resolving.

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On 2/27/2019 at 1:37 PM, Rakdan said:

This research supports the obvious fact that doctors are just covering up symptoms when they prescribe anti-inflammatories. They are causing the patient to get sicker and sicker as they do not know that they have a problem which needs resolving.

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I don't know if it is a cover up or intentional . .it just don't fit their dogma.

See this HHMI article about it. https://www.hhmi.org/news/excessive-growth-bacteria-may-also-be-major-cause-stomach-ulcers

sometime if your paradigm is not right . . .it is hard to see if/when you might be wrong.....I experienced this recently for myself. . .having caught up on my Vitamin D levels once before ....I assumed they were normal again . ...but after testing low again. . . what  do you know  .... my blood sugar levels got better.

But if I never asked "what if" or not let my doctor's test me again ...my blood sugar levels might still be elevated.

I actually think the latest research about this topic of inflammation points the figure at high stomach acid as the trigger.

see the newest latest research that confirms high stomach pH can trigger out bodies to go from an anti-inflammatory state to an inflammatory state if the new research is to be believed or correct ?  It will just take a while for people (and doctor's) to adjust their thinking on this topic.  Because new things/thinking is not easily incorporated into existing ways of thinking (dogma/teaching) when it is not well understood.

I hope this is helpful but it is not medical advice.

Posterboy,

 

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Rakdan,

I see in my haste I actually left off the link.

google for microvilli and baking soda and these links/research will come up. . . .if you want to research it more for yourself.

https://medicalxpress.com/news/2018-04-soda-inexpensive-safe-combat-autoimmune.html

https://phys.org/news/2017-02-food-additive-candy-gum-digestive.html

Basically when microvilli are harmed/interfered with in someway our early alert alarm system is set off triggering inflammation as a response. .. and why baking soda (naturally produced in the body by the pancreas) keeps this system functioning properly. ... it is our own bodies biofeedback loop and once broken in some way inflammation is triggered.

I hope this is helpful but it is not medical advise.

Posterboy,

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