www.glutenfreesociety.org Gluten Confused? Glutenology can help… This video discusses the differences between celiac disease, wheat allergy, gluten intolerance, and sensitivity. youtu.be Welcome to the first site dedicated to helping people identify and deal with gluten sensitivity. Our mission is to: Educate the world about the broad reaching nature of gluten on human health and wellness. Provide easy to use, non invasive tools to help identify those who are gluten sensitive — including genetic testing. Provide the instruction through video, audio, and written tutorials for those trying to embark on a TRUE gluten free lifestyle. Provide healthy resources for those with gluten intolerance/sensitivity. Support research endeavors revolving around grains, gluten, lectins, and other compounds within grain that may harm human health. Provide an ongoing analysis and commentary of research performed in the field of food sensitivity/intolerance. Help those with gluten induced diseases re-establish their health without having to go through what Michael went through (see below). The origin of our dedication to the gluten free community… Little Michael was only seven years old when his mother took him to see Dr. Osborne. You see, he was diagnosed with a debilitating disease called juvenile rheumatoid arthritis. Michael’s case was so bad that doctors didn’t know if he would make it. Because of this, the Make-A-Wish Foundation actually stepped in and granted Michael and his …
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sure, but my parents who might be? narcissists are the only ones who can pay for a new physician. I can’t move out yet. i cna’t work. O.o
Get a new doctor. Why force him to do something he doesn’t want to? Find one who is? willing.
What about flax seed, sesame seed, other seeds, and? quinoa? What is the difference between a grain and seed?
THANK YOU,,YOU HAVE CHANGED? MY LIFE.
I know that oats are not gluten free – they make me ill! I tried the so called pure oats and still got? sick
wheat has been cross bred the longest also – for? the last 10,000 years
corn chips are not safe. !.? most of the corn is GMO 2. they are processed and have hidden ingredients.
Grain Damage by Dr. Doug Graham is? an excellent book on this subject
how can I get my doctor to test me for vitamin deficiencies? He won’t do it, no matter how many times I subtly bring it up, he always heads me off at the pass. I have asperger’s? and can’t channel him back properly! ( I get not right and no-thinky in doctor’s offices)
so, areyou saying that gluten sensitivity CAUSEs all these things, or just that it is? always FOUND in people who have these things?
It’s great to understand the difference between gluten? sensitivity/intolerance and celiac disease, as these terms are often used interchangeably.
It can’t be? easy when you’re having digestive issues and no definite diagnosis can be made. How can you really know if it’s a gluten rejection or celiac disease, especially if the doctor is unsure? We’ve covered this on our channel as well in anyone is interested. Have a great day, everyone!
It can’t be easy when you’re having digestive issues and no definite diagnosis can be made. We’ve covered this on our channel as well in anyone is interested. Have a great day, everyone!?
I didn’t know gluten was a “class”? of proteins, I thought it was a specific protein and that similar proteins were just referred to as “prolamine proteins”. By this nomenclature, do legumes contain glutens?
@ 26:15 I beg to differ. Dysmenorrhea is NOT an absence of the? menstrual cycle as the narrator of the video said; “Amenorrhea” would be the medical term indicating absence of the menstrual cycle.
Dysmenorrhea is actually painful menstrual periods; Diagnosed as “primary dysmenorrhea” or “secondary dysmenorrhea” when an underlying cause is found.
Wiki: “The nixtamalization process was very important in the early Mesoamerican diet, as unprocessed maize is deficient in free niacin.”
“The ancient Aztec and Mayan civilizations developed nixtamalization using lime (calcium hydroxide, not the citrus? fruit of the same name) and ash (potassium hydroxide) to create alkaline solutions. The Chibcha people …also used calcium hydroxide …while the tribes of North America used naturally occurring sodium carbonate or ash.”
Corn chelates (binds to) niacin (vitamin B-3) making it unavailable, inducing niacin deficiency (pellagra), which? causes dermatitis, diarrhea, dementia, eventually death.
Corn -just as any seed, nut, bean (includes cacoa /cocoa bean), etc- as a kernel is designed to bind minerals to it to prepare to grow into a crop, a self perpetuating cycle of producing more kernels, grains, seeds, nuts, beans. ALL should be properly soaked (and corn treated w/ lime) before being eaten!
Why did I think corn chips were? safe?
take note doctors?
Great video. I’ve been searching? for solutions to a number of symptoms I’m experiencing and this video certainly indicates I should be doing some testing.
Question: Dr Osborne has their been any link to Gluten sensitivities and cyst growth?
Very informative.? Thank you.