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Gluten & Dairy: 2 Foods You Should Never Eat

Gluten & Dairy: 2 Foods You Should Never Eat

As you know, diet plays a huge role in your health. I’ve seen firsthand, in myself and my patients, the power of food to reverse chronic illness such as autoimmune diseases, including Hashimoto’s, Graves’, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, Sjogren’s, and others….

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What Are Gluten Cross-Reactive Foods?

What Are Gluten Cross-Reactive Foods?

Gluten cross-reactive foods may be the surprising root cause of your symptoms! If you are diligently following a gluten-free diet yet still experiencing symptoms of gluten exposure such as brain fog, headaches, digestive issues, rashes, weakness, joint pain, swelling, or…

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This Is Your Gut On Gluten

This Is Your Gut On Gluten

May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month. However, no matter what the month is, it’s important to support those with celiac disease AND anyone with a gluten sensitivity, I want to explain exactly what happens in your body when you eat…

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The Gluten, Gut, and Thyroid Connection

The Gluten, Gut, and Thyroid Connection

You might already know that the two most common types of thyroid dysfunction, Hashimoto’s and Graves’, are caused by autoimmune disease, a condition in which your body confuses your own tissues with outside invaders and begins attacking itself. But what causes…

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5 Reasons to Avoid the Gluten-Free Aisle

5 Reasons to Avoid the Gluten-Free Aisle

As the gluten-free lifestyle becomes more popular, you may be wondering if it’s right for you. Fortunately, there is a world of nutritious and delicious, gluten-free foods waiting for you. However, there are some different approaches to removing gluten from…

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Is Corn the Next Gluten?

Is Corn the Next Gluten?

I would say yes! It’s estimated that as much as 30% of the US population is gluten intolerant. After identifying that gluten is an inflammatory food, most people find significant relief by avoiding it. However, adhering to a gluten-free diet…

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