Celiac and Digestive Problems


Celiac

You have been told you have "Celiac Disease" because you have one or more of the following symptoms:

  • diarrhea (celiac diesease diarrhea characteristics: stool is pale, voluminous and malodorous)
  • mouth ulcers
  • lactose intolerance
  • constipation
  • IBS (Irriatable Bowel Syndrome)
  • ulcerative jejunitis
  • gas
  • and many others

You seem to have an intolerance to gluten.

Grains with Gluten:
Wheat, including varieties like spelt, kamut, farro and durum; and products like bulgur, semolina
Barley, Rye, Triticale

Gluten FREE Grains:
Amaranth, Buckwheat, Corn, Millet, Montina (Indian rice grass), Quinoa, Rice, Sorghum, Teff, Wild Rice, Oats

Here is my suggested process to manage – overcome – your intolerance:

  1. Identify and release any and all issues you have experienced that have stressed your life. (video)
  2. Restrict your Grains with Gluten intake.
  3. Test by simplifying your meals (smaller and less variety).
  4. Test your stomach acid success; use a blender for 30 days. Blend your food to smooth and fine – if you feel better, odds are good your stomach acid production is not adequate. You will need to supplement with Betine HCL capsules.
  5. Detoxify with coffee enemas (instructions) and more. Coffee Enema Instructions Video
  6. Supplements:
    • Pancreatic Enzyme tablets to improve your digestion Video Instructions
    • Okra Pepsin capusles to reduce mucus in small intestine (one with each meal)
    • Betine HCL capsules if your test indicates the need

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Wikipedia Encyclopedia on Celiac

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