Well, a host of new research studies suggest that this whole gluten thing can be a pretty big deal.  In fact, emerging research on gluten and its negative impacts on health, including brain function, is starting to look kinda scary. Gluten is a sticky protein found in a number of grains that helps bind things together.  Basically, it’s the “glue” that helps bread hold its shape, stops sauces from curdling, and gives cheese spreads, canned meats and many condiments their smooth texture. Before discussing gluten sensitivity in depth, some distinction should be made between it and its cousin, Celiac disease. Gluten sensitivity on the other hand simply implies that there is some type of immune reaction occurring to gluten in the diet.  For you clinical types, this immune reaction can be detected by anti-gliadin antibodies in the serum, stool or saliva. In the end, the primary difference between the two is whether or not there is intestinal damage. Now, you might think that gluten sensitivity only occurs in a small percentage of the population, just like with Celiac Disease.  If so, you might be surprised to learn that in non-celiac disease patients, anti-gliadin antibodies can be found in as high as 35 percent of the population.
Women with gluten sensitivity were found to have a higher incidence of stillbirths, spontaneous and repeated abortions, late onset of menarche, amenhorhea (no menses), anemia, and early menopause.
Schizophrenia and depression have been linked to gluten sensitivity.  In fact, gluten sensitivity seems to be a causative factor for schizophrenia in patients genetically susceptible to the condition.
Research has correlated gluten sensitivity to seizures, neuropathies, ADHD, Alzheimer’s, MS, migraines and even EEG anomalies (brain wave abnormalities). Gluten sensitivity has been correlated with decreased absorption of critical minerals, such as zinc. Zinc absorption occurs in the small intestines (duodenum and jejunum), the two areas most affected by celiac disease lesions.  Researchers conclude, “These observations indicate that trace metal deficiency is another common nutrition complication of adult celiac disease.
Zinc has an important role in a variety of functions including our immune system, hormone production, brain function, taste, smell and our digestive function.
There are literally hundreds more studies demonstrating the negative impacts of gluten in susceptible individuals to virtually every aspect of their physiology.
Of course, it’s beyond the scope of this article to go into interpreting the test here, but should you look into this kind of testing, the tech support available at Enterolab will be able to help you with your results. If you have a proven gluten sensitivity, it IS destroying some part of your body every time you eat it. This doesn’t mean being gluten-free most of the time, or “I’m gluten-free all week except for my one Ms. Once you’ve decided to avoid gluten, there are other things you can do to protect yourself. Besides avoiding it everywhere you can, there have been a couple of novel enzymes found to help break down accidental exposure to gluten.  However, it is not a license to eat gluten. In gluten sensitive individuals following a gluten-free diet, it is recommended to take a few capsules of a supplement containing DPP IV daily to prevent damage from accidental exposure. Gluten sensitivity is a very real condition.  And if you test positive for gluten sensitivity, and you continue to eat gluten-containing foods, your health and performance are at risk.
If you’re are interested in optimizing your performance and preventing future health issues, get tested and find out. Sher, KS, Mayberry, JF.  Female fertility, obstetric and gynaecological history in coeliac disease. Molteni N, Bardella MT, Bianchi, PA.  Obstetric and Gynecological Problems in Women with Untreated Celiac Sprue. Spiekerkoetter U, et al.  General screening for celiac disease is advisable in children with type 1 diabetes. To learn more about making important improvements to your nutrition and exercise program, check out the following 5-day video courses. They’re probably better than 90% of the seminars we’ve ever attended on the subjects of exercise and nutrition (and probably better than a few we’ve given ourselves, too). As more and more gluten-free products are finding their way to supermarket shelves, however, the FDA has finally begun moving forward on a new standard that foods must meet before they can be labeled gluten-free.
While there’s no evidence that going gluten-free has health benefits for people without celiac disease, a lot of people claim that they feel better after cutting out gluten (I have a good friend who swears this is true, though she’s also the type who claims a lot of questionable food allergies).
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The Gluten-Free Sugar-Free Muffin Mix helped me to come up with these Cherry Orange Oatmeal Muffins in a snap. My grand finale was this Greek Veggie Pasta Salad, which combined some of my favorite fresh vegetables and flavors with Namaste Foods Gluten-Free Pasta Pisavera.

And now I’d like to share that recipe with you, because I’m just not sure you can live without it.  Okay, I’m sure you’d live, but I’m here to make your life richer. Makes a wonderful vegetarian entree for 4 or a side dish for more.  Leftovers are even better after the flavors meld.
A Curious Girl in the Gluten-Free WorldI'm a curious girl, wife, teacher, friend, fitness fanatic, foodie, high raw vegan, child of the King, and Mama Cat. It took Mark Stewart, the general manager of Eli’s Bread, about eight months to develop a whole-grain gluten-free loaf.
Celiac disease is an autoimmune condition affecting numerous systems in the body.  But its main target is the digestive tract.
Your thyroid, your brain, your joints – it could be any or all of these.  And you must avoid gluten permanently.
Rather, if you know you are sensitive to gluten, you can take these enzymes on a daily basis to help avoid any gluten that may have snuck into your diet. Gynecologic and obstetric findings related to nutritional status and adherence to a gluten-free diet in Brazilian patients with celiac disease. Gluten ataxia in perspective: epidemiology, genetic susceptibility and clinical characteristics.
Calcium absorption and bone mineral density in celiac after long term treatment with gluten-free die and adequate calcium intake.
Results of investigation on children with coeliakia treated many years with glutethen free diet Psychiatria Polska. Use of the web site constitues acceptance of the Defy Media Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. I've made the transition from baking and cooking gluten-free to creating raw vegan recipes that are naturally gluten free. The earthy, rich-tasting and somewhat dense brown bread is made mostly with rice flour, soy flour, flax and sesame seeds, and vegetable gums, but not in a gluten-free bakery. Clinical findings and anti-neuronal antibodies in coeliac disease with neurological disorders. My gluten intolerance opened up my diet to a whole new world of nutritious plant-based foods. It’s easy to slice, ideal for toasting and delicious smeared with butter and eaten alongside a plate of oysters, even if gluten-free is not your thing. Food and Drug Administration has never formally established guidelines for the term, meaning manufacturers have been able to decide for themselves how much gluten is acceptable in ‘gluten-free’ products.
Just a quick scan over the gluten free headlines for a couple days, there will be at least a few topics focusing on “the gluten free diet” or “steps to a gluten free diet…” Gluten free diet may be a term coined by the community at large, but going gluten free is by no stretch of the imagination, a diet. Diet gives the impression that it’s a temporary thing – that at any point in time, the diet could change.
These phrases make more sense because gluten free is not just a diet; it is a way of living. Here at gluten-free-bread.org, we may talk a lot about gluten free breads, recipes and tips, but the fact remains that gluten free is a total and complete lifestyle. Maybe it’s the fact that it is Celiac Awareness month and we thought it would be a good idea to offer something more to celiac community. When you also consider the number of people who go gluten free just for the ‘lose weight aspect’ or the ‘more energy’ aspect, the number of people who are actually avoiding gluten skyrockets.
These tips are not for any specific group – whether you have Celiac disease, gluten sensitivity or just want to try avoiding gluten. Now, it’s not a hard and fast list of rules – reading labels is always the safest bet, but gluten is a tricky little substance and it can be hiding in the strangest places… Place #1 Pickles The pickles in and of themselves do not have gluten – they are cucumbers after all. However, if distilled white vinegar is listed, then that is a jar of pickles you can consume in confidence.
Place #2 Black Eyed Peas, Canned Canned black eyes peas are sometimes canned with hydrolyzed wheat protein.
We have not found this ingredient or any warning on any of the name brand black eyed pea cans. Place #3 Twizzlers Licorice Those twirl shaped, long pieces of licorice are a gluten culprit. The ingredients list is corn syrup, flour, sugar, cornstarch, shortening, molasses, and flavorings.

This one was pretty surprising – unfortunate too, because Twizzlers are such a great snack. We did find a substitution for all you Twizzler lovers out there – Candy Tree makes licorice with NO gluten! Place #4 Root Beer As delicious as root beer may be, it can also contain a modified food starch that is off limits for those with sensitivities to gluten. Place #5 Shredded Cheese Some of the packaged shredded cheeses use flour to prevent the cheese from sticking together. Who would have thought that a dairy item could be a disaster for those suffering from Celiac?
If in doubt, a good (and less expensive) rule of thumb is to buy a chunk of cheese and shred it at home in your gluten free kitchen. Place #6 Curry Powder Again, this is not with the curry powder itself but rather with how it is packaged.
Flour is great for preventing things from sticking together and it is sometimes used in curry powder for this very reason. Place #7 Non-Stick Sprays Non-stick cooking sprays are one of the best things to have handy in your kitchen.
Place #8 Shampoo Hair product manufacturers regard gluten grain ingredients as healthy for your hair, and therefore use them frequently and liberally in shampoo and conditioner. In a study on people with Celiac disease and also suffering from eczema, avoiding gluten in all hair and make-up products helped ease their eczema symptoms.
Place #9 Play Dough Yep, this wonderfully creative substance uses wheat flour as a major ingredient. While you can tell your kids time and again to not eat it; kids will be kids and they can still put their fingers in their mouths without washing all the play dough off first. There are a few companies that have answered the demand for gluten free play dough – Mama K’s and Gluten-Free Wonder Dough are just a couple. Place #10 Mouthwash If you love the feeling of fresh breath after using mouthwash, you might want to take a second look at your mouthwash before you rinse to your heart’s content. There are a couple things that can spell disaster for those with a gluten sensitivity using mouthwash – alcohol is one and the manufacturing plant is another.
Alcohol, in particular grain alcohol, is not a gluten free product and is sometimes found in mouthwashes.
And even if it is does not have alcohol in it, the manufacturing plant could also process products that DO have gluten in them.
So after seeing all these places that gluten is staking a claim, the term gluten free lifestyle really does mean lifestyle. And these are only 10 places – The interesting thing about gluten is that it can be used in the places that you least suspect. But as with any type of allergy, the more you know about, the more empowered you are to deal with the intricacies of it.
But we are going to give you an even better choice (at least when it comes to food) – when in doubt, think fresh. These items have not gone through the processing department to get that added punch of flour or wheat based preservatives. The warmth of the oven,… Gluten Free Donut RecipeThere is something about the tender, indulgent, tastiness that comes with a donut. You know… Tags: gluten free lifestylenonstick cooking spray Share 5 Tweet Share 3 Share 1 Share 46 Previous 10 Things You May Not Know about Celiac Disease Next Wait! Before You Take a Bite, Make Sure You Know If There’s Gluten in Those Ingredients About the author Chrissy Lane Gluten free living doesn't mean you have to say goodbye to light and fluffy breads and rolls.
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