Gluten Free Super Quick Mango Sorbet andyucky bugs RecipeSo it’s official. The test results are in and I have some parasit...
I don’t know much about the parasites but those H. pylori are mean little suckers.They cause ulcers among other things. An...
But before I get into that you may be asking yourself why on earth I am bringingup this disgusting subject on what is esse...
These organisms can cause a myriad of health problems includinggastrointestinal symptoms, arthritis and joint inflammation...
http://www.healthnowmedical.com/http://www.glutendoctors.blogspot.com/Ok, enough about yucky bugs and such here’s my easy,...
I encourage you to try the chili powder even if you think it sounds weird. Itreally adds a great touch and you can get chi...
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The test results are in and I have some parasites I forgot the name of about a nano-second after hearing it and bacteria called H. pylori living in my body. They have moved in, built condos and house, erected high rises and roadways

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Gluten free super quick mango sorbet and yucky bugs recipe

  1. 1. Gluten Free Super Quick Mango Sorbet andyucky bugs RecipeSo it’s official. The test results are in and I have some parasites I forgot thename of about a nano-second after hearing it and bacteria called H. pyloriliving in my body. They have moved in, built condos and house, erected highrises and roadways.They are partying in the streets, procreating live crazy and basically living lavita loca. It is a veritable Sodom and Gomorrah down there in my intestines.
  2. 2. I don’t know much about the parasites but those H. pylori are mean little suckers.They cause ulcers among other things. And this is what they look like:Now that you have seen them I am sure you will agree with me that there is onlyone thing to do – kill the little bastards!To that end I am taking the equivalent of a nuclear bomb of anti-biotics. But likeall weapons of mass destruction it is hard to just kill the bad guys, innocentvictims get caught in the cross fire.So for the next few weeks it is kill the bad guys, suffer through the dieout, replenish my immune system to help the good guys and good old cleanliving. Unfortunately clean living means, among other things, no sugar. So I cameup with a super easy, super quick little treat. No fat, no sugar and no cooking. Allyou need is a good blender. And it’s a good use for my martini glasses which willnot be seeing the light of day for some time to come.
  3. 3. But before I get into that you may be asking yourself why on earth I am bringingup this disgusting subject on what is essentially a food blog. Well becausealthough yes, indeed this is a food blog it is a gluten free food blog and manypeople who are gluten intolerant are susceptible to these kinds of infections. Butdon’t take it from me here is what my doctor has to say:As a doctor writing a book on the subject of gluten I am very glad that you arewriting about this very important, though often overlooked consequence of celiacand gluten intolerance – hidden infections.The mechanism, for those who are interested, revolves around the inflammationthat is created in the small intestine with the ingestion of gluten for so manyyears. This inflammatory response weakens the immune system of the intestinethereby allowing pathogenic (disease causing) organisms to gain a foothold.Every 10 minutes our small intestines are exposed to pathogenic organisms. Ahealthy immune system destroys them but a compromised immune system can’tdefend itself adequately.
  4. 4. These organisms can cause a myriad of health problems includinggastrointestinal symptoms, arthritis and joint inflammation, obesity andhormone imbalance, to name a few.Anyone with celiac or gluten intolerance is at risk for these infections whichcan be bacterial, parasitic, amoeba or yeast. I find a stool test to be the mostaccurate way to detect them but there are some labs I prefer over others due totheir sensitivity and accuracy.Hope that helps for anyone curious.Dr Vikki PetersenAlso, if an infection is found it is critical to retest to ensure that it’s beeneradicated. And lastly, since the immune system of a celiac or glutenintolerant individual can take a few years to reestablish once gluten and anyoffending organisms have been removed, annual testing is probably a goodidea for a couple of years.Best,
  5. 5. http://www.healthnowmedical.com/http://www.glutendoctors.blogspot.com/Ok, enough about yucky bugs and such here’s my easy, delish, super quickMango Sorbet.Super Quick Mango “Sorbet”1 1/2 cups frozen mango chunks (you get them at the grocery store all cut upand frozen) juice of 1/2 limewaterchili powder – optionalPut mango and lime juice in blender. Pulse a few times until the consistency ofgranita (you can actually eat it like this if you like). Then add water, 1tablespoon at a time, until it is all creamy and still frozen. It will be a “soft set”frozen. Spoon into martini glass or bowl and sprinkle with chili powder ifdesired and eat immediately.
  6. 6. I encourage you to try the chili powder even if you think it sounds weird. Itreally adds a great touch and you can get chili powder that is not too spicyif you don’t like heat. this Gluten Free Recipe Serves 1 Person Cheers!Simply…Gluten-Free Desserts is now available, with over 135 recipes notfeatured in my blog.Available at bookstores including Barnes &Noble, Borders, Powells, Books-a-Million and Amazon. You can get italso HERE.Resource: http://simplygluten-free.com/blog/2008/03/super-quick-mango-sorbet-and-yucky-bugs.html

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