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hannahsue01

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My step-mother brought me an article about this and it fit all to well. I think this my be part of my remaining issues. My research says it is realated to celiac. Does anyone have any adive about how to do with this? Thanks.

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Yes.

1) Find a good Naturopath. (N.D.)

2) Look into Candida overgrowth also. It's soooo very common in recovering celiacs who have leaky-gut.

The diet is daunting to say the least, but for me it became a breeze after day1 because I felt good for the 1st time in years!!!

I don't think the leaky-gut / increased intestinal permeability can heal until the digestive "battleground" calms down. I mean eliminating the foods that make the rumbles, bloat, pain etc.

Part of the problem is that leaky-gut can actually create 'allergies/intolerances'.

When particles larger than the system intended start getting into the bloodstream because of the increased spaces betw cells in the intestinal walls, one type that can now get thru is partially digested food.

These particles don't belong in the bloodstream and are unfamiliar to the immune system there.

They don't pass the friend-or-foe test & anti-bodies are made.

Foods that were once fine suddenly are a problem. It's very common and very well-known.

In time, those foods should mostly be fine again - but not w/out their absence for a pretty good amount of time. Not much data that I've seen on this.

I've dealt w/ both leaky_gut and candida.

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