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If you have Celiac disease and you’re following a conventional Gluten-Free Diet… but still experiencing any of these symptoms, the Celiac Disease Diet isn’t working for you either.
(Remember, only 50% of Celiac Disease symptoms actually occur in the digestive system.)
- Recurring bloating and cramping
- Chronic or recurrent diarrhea
- Liver and biliary tract disorders
- Weight loss
- Pale, foul-smelling stool
- Iron-deficiency anemia unresponsive to iron therapy
- Tingling numbness in the legs
- Sores inside the mouth
- Skin rashes/acne
- Tooth discoloration or loss of enamel
- Unexplained infertility or recurrent miscarriage
- Osteopenia or osteoporosis
- Anxiety and/or Depression
Each of these symptoms can present themselves as part of Celiac disease and simply removing gluten can help. Many people even see a disappearance of random symptoms after they go gluten free.
However, if you have Celiac disease, and any of the these symptoms are still present… even after you’ve removed gluten, it’s likely the Celiac Disease Diet isn’t working for you. It might be providing some relief, but it’s not healing the underlying damage in your gut… which dramatically increases your risk for cancer and the other diseases I just mentioned.
That doesn’t mean all hope is lost either….
So, Should Celiacs Eat a Gluten-Free Diet?
Yes… gluten is still the kryptonite in Celiac disease, don’t ever eat it. Following a gluten-free diet is a requirement for treating this autoimmune condition… but you can’t stop there.
This evidence clearly shows that only following a traditional Celiac Disease Diet doesn’t fix leaky gut, gut inflammation, or a damaged gut lining. That means the gluten-free diet isn’t enough to treat Celiac disease patients and anyone using it as the only protocol is at risk for dying much sooner than they should…
Like I almost did.
The conventional Celiac prescription is incomplete and not working. There needs to be more.
The real solution is fixing leaky gut. Reversing Leaky Gut is a critical step in reversing Celiac disease… and now you know that gluten-free doesn’t cut it.
That means we must fix leaky gut. That’s ground zero… where it all starts… and where medicine MUST look first when treating Celiac disease.