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Tuesday, 12/03/13 - What Are The Signs Of Gluten Sensitivity?

Signs Of gluten Sensitivity from David Perlmutter, MD author of ‘Grain Brain’.

The best way to know if you’re sensitive to gluten is to get tested.  Unfortunately, traditional blood tests and small-intestine biopsies are not nearly as accurate as the newer tests that can identify gluten antibodies just as well as genetic testing.  Below is a list of symptoms and illnesses associated with gluten sensitivity. Even if you don’t have any of these conditions, I urge you to employ the latest testing technology.  Find out more about testing at





Ataxia, loss of balance


Autoimmune disorders (diabetes, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis,
rheumatoid arthritis, to name a few)

Bone pain/osteopenia/osteoporosis

Brain fog


Chest pain

Constantly getting sick

Dairy intolerance

Delayed growth


Digestive disturbances (gas, bloating, diarrhea, constipation,
Cramping, etc.,)

Heart disease



Irritable bowel syndrome

Malabsorption of food




Neurological disorders (dementia, Alzheimer’s,
schizophrenia, etc.)



Sugar cravings


"Personally I had 21 of the health issues on this list before deciding to change to a gluten free diet in 2008."  Sue Seward - Gluten Free Lady

PS.. Click Here to see my daily nutritional regimen

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