Get Off Gluten, and Stay ThereI am delighted to share the story of a 77 year old patient of mine, Betty Lou. Betty has suf...
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Gluten Sensitivity Treatment: Early diagnosis is necessary for treatment of autoimmune diseases like gluten sensitivity or celiac disease. Call (303) 343-3121

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  1. 1. Get Off Gluten, and Stay ThereI am delighted to share the story of a 77 year old patient of mine, Betty Lou. Betty has suffered frompsoriasis (a common skin condition that causes redness and irritation) for the past three years.When the suggestions of her dermatologist and two holistic doctors failed, The Care Group was ableto identify gluten as the source of Betty’s ailment. Within one week of adopting a gluten-free diet,her condition cleared.Experts now estimate that 1 in 5 Americans have some form of gluten sensitivity and, as a result, wehave seen countless other success stories similar to Betty’s. In eliminating gluten, patients haveboosted their body’s immune system, decreased a variety of chronic gastrointestinal problems,decreased the severity of their anaemia, and even increased bone density.While the benefits of getting rid of gluten are now readily apparent, eliminating it from one’s dietcan seem overwhelming, as it is found in: bread, candy, lunch meat, pasta, cereal, ketchup,pancakes, tortillas, and many other sources of processed foods.The first step to overcoming gluten is being able to recognize which foods it is present in. Althoughthe full list is exhausting, here are some common ingredients to help you spot gluten:  Wheat  Flour (Enriched, Bleached, Durum, Bulgur, Semolina, etc.)  Malt (Flavouring, Syrup, Extract, Vinegar, etc.)  Barley  Bran Food colour, artificial flavours, seasonings, soy sauce, vitamins, etc. may or may not contain gluten. It is necessary to check with each manufacturer to determine if gluten is used. In order to make the transition toward a gluten-free diet as painless as possible, we have provided this forum in which we encourage patients to share recipes, cooking tips, and other various information to help one another avoid the downfalls of gluten. Visit us for gluten sensitivity treatment
  2. 2. Read Original Article about bioidentical hormone therapy at, The Care Group.Contact Info:-Gerard L. Guillory830 Potomac Cr. 150Aurora, CO, 80011, USAPh-303-343-3121http://www.thecaregrouppc.net/

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