celiac disease

  1. Watch out! Hidden food additive is WRECKING your gut

    Gluten has been the ire for the rising number of folks with Celiac disease for some time now. And for good reason.

    The extreme pain…


    Extra trips to the bathroom…

    Plus being out of commission for DAYS following just a little exposure.

    All because the protein—found in wheat, barley, and rye—causes your immune system to OVER-REACT and ATTACK your gut.

    This intolerance can be silent; it can evade blood tests and disguise itself as other ailments.

    So often, the only way to really tell if you have celiac disease is to eliminate gluten ENTIRELY from your diet and see if your symptoms improve.

    But even THAT might not be good enough anymore...

    Because now, there’s a HIDDEN FOOD ADDITIVE that is causing the same DAMAGE as gluten for those with celiac.

    Not only that, if you don’t currently suffer from celiac... this additive could TRIGGER IT!

    Today, we’ll EXPOSE this lurking danger. Then, I’ll show you how you can protect yourself.

    The chemical hiding in your food

    Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder where gluten TRIGGERS the immune system to attack the gut.

    That all said, nobody knows for sure what causes it—until now...

    A new study published in early January finds a direct correlation between an increase in the use of food additives and the rise of celiac.

    It suggests a common food additive—an enzyme called “microbial transglutaminase”—could both CAUSE and TRIGGER these autoimmune attacks.

    Researchers believe it can make celiac even worse...

    It breaks down gluten into its most gut-irritating components. It’s even been proven through bloodwork!

    Getting around this secret additive

    There’s only ONE way to avoid this hidden food additive: DON’T CONSUME baked goods you haven’t made yourself.

    There’s an easy way to accomplish this. Even better...

    • Once you start you won’t even crave those foods.
    • Plus, you’ll naturally heal your gut and become far healthier overall.

    It’s called the Paleo Diet. I’ve recommended it countless times. Regardless of who starts this diet, it’s proven beneficial every single time.

    It’s super easy to follow. All you do is eat anything your ancestors would have eaten—meat, fish, vegetables, nuts and seeds… and occasionally, fruit—in that order.

    Notice the lack of gluten-containing products. There AREN’T any!

    But if you still want to indulge in a baked good every now and then, there are plenty of much healthier alternatives like coconut and almond flour.

  2. What you don't tell your doctor can hurt you

    Don't be shy when it comes to stomach problems

    I know married couples who wouldn't think twice about sharing a fork or a toothbrush, but would never dream of discussing what goes on behind closed doors in the business end of the bathroom.

    So naturally, they won't mention it to the doctor, either.

    Gas, constipation, diarrhea, stomach pain, cramps -- no matter how uncomfortable it gets it's not up for discussion.

    If you find stomach problems too unmentionable to mention yourself, you're hardly alone in your embarrassment: Three-quarters of Americans suffer from some kind of digestive disorder, but less than half ever mention it to the doctor, according to a new survey.

    But believe me, a bellyache is exactly the kind of thing you should bellyache over -- especially if it happens regularly.

    In some cases, constipation, diarrhea, gas, cramps, bloating, etc. are a message from your stomach. You're eating garbage, and it's not agreeing with you. The easy answer here is to change your diet and eat better.

    In other cases, however, it's not so simple. Any of those problems -- or any combination of them -- could be a sign of more serious conditions such as bacterial infection, cancer, Celiac disease, Crohn's, pancreas problems and more.

    It could even be an indication that your stomach is missing the enzymes needed for digestion -- meaning you can't get the nutrients you need even if you eat right and take your vitamins.

    Not telling your doctor about these problems might save you a little embarrassment today... but it could ruin your life -- or even end it -- tomorrow.

    In any case, your doctor has heard it all before. He's a man with an entire cabinet full of cups used for collecting stool samples -- a man who performs prostate exams nearly every day of his professional career.

    Trust me when I say he can handle anything you tell him. Now, get talking and put these problems behind you for good.

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