Dr. Alexander Shikhman MD, PhD, FACRGluten-Free Remedies™
Focus on Gluten Intolerance The most common food-driven autoimmune disease  affecting humans 10 to 35% of general popula...
Why Gluten? Human digestive enzymes cannot completely digest gluten in  the gastrointestinal tract Consumption results i...
Spectrum of Gluten Intolerance                                        Celiac disease                                      ...
Metabolic Problems Associated               with Gluten Intolerance Malabsorption Of Vitamins         Vitamins A, D, E An...
Rheumatic Diseases CommonlyAssociated with Gluten Intolerance                         OSTEOPOROSIS                        ...
Nonrheumatic Diseases CommonlyAssociated with Gluten Intolerance  IRRITABLE     DERMATITIS        CELIAC    BOWL          ...
Treatment of Gluten Intolerance                   ELIMINATION                    OF GLUTEN                                ...
Herbs and Food Supplements  in Therapy of Gluten Intolerance                              WHY:• Excellent safety profile a...
Herbs and Food Supplements    in Therapy of Gluten Intolerance                        THE NECESSITIES: Multivitamins and ...
Prevention and Correction of              Osteopenia and Osteoporosis Vitamin D Calcium (Calcium Lactate) Magnesium (Ma...
Skin, Hair and Nail SupportThinning and loss of hair, acne, loss of skin elasticity and brittlenails are commonly seen in ...
Supplements for                 Skin, Hair and Nails Biotin                    Hyaluronic Acid Iron                    ...
Skin and Mucosal DrynessOne of the first manifestations of Sjogren’s Syndrome                    PRINCIPLES OF CORRECTION:...
Restoration of Gut MicrofloraProfound changes in gut microflora persist for years even on astrict gluten-free diet.       ...
Candida (Yeast) OvergrowthTypical symptoms include: Bloating Craving for sugars Headaches Hives Eczema Scalp itchine...
Supplements for     Candida (Yeast) Overgrowth Low carb diet         Triphala Pau D’arco            Neem Black Walnut...
Brain FogTriggering mechanisms: Adrenal insufficiency Abnormal gut microorganisms and yeast overgrowth Malabsorbtion of...
Supplements for Brain Fog Acetyl L-Carnitine    SAMe Gotu Kola             Taurine DMAE                  Sodium Buty...
Supplements for Leaky Gut  Increased intestinal permeability where food antigens,  toxins and microorganisms leak into the...
Supplements for    Accidental Gluten Consumption N-Acetylglucosamine/Mannan Oligosaccharies: protect and  regenerate inte...
Supplements to Normalize              Immune Responses Epicor                    Arabinogalactan Yucca Root Extract    ...
Supplements for               Preventing Infections Olive Leaf Extract       Epicor Black Walnut Hulls       Bovine Im...
Supplements for                   Stress Responses Rhodiola Eleutherococcus Acetyl-L-Carnitine 7-Keto L-Methylfolate
Supplements for Inflammation Omega-3 Fatty Acids Black Currant Seed Oil Boswellia/Curcumin Devil’s Claw MSM N-Acetyl...
Keep In Touch glutenfreeremedies.com facebook.com/gfremedies @gfremedies 855-TAKE-GFR (855-825-3437)
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Looking beyond the gluten free diet, the positive impact of supplements

  1. 1. Dr. Alexander Shikhman MD, PhD, FACRGluten-Free Remedies™
  2. 2. Focus on Gluten Intolerance The most common food-driven autoimmune disease affecting humans 10 to 35% of general population The mortality rate in people with gluten intolerance exceeds the general population by a factor of 1·9–3·8 Gluten-free diet is protective against malignant diseases after 1–5 years
  3. 3. Why Gluten? Human digestive enzymes cannot completely digest gluten in the gastrointestinal tract Consumption results in formation of large protein fragments stimulating inflammatory reaction within the intestinal wall Gluten peptides can penetrate in systemic circulation and trigger immune responses in internal organs distant from the intestine (thyroid gland, salivary glands, brain etc)
  4. 4. Spectrum of Gluten Intolerance Celiac disease 3-5% 60-70% Gluten intolerance will be affected without celiac disease by 30-35% rheumatic,metabolic and chronic 35-40% will developinflammatory gluten intolerance diseases during their lifetime Latent gluten intolerance HLA DQ2 or DQ8 + without clinical symptoms 60-70%
  5. 5. Metabolic Problems Associated with Gluten Intolerance Malabsorption Of Vitamins Vitamins A, D, E And K Vitamins B1, B2, B6, Folic Acid Pernicious Anemia Iron Deficiency Zinc Deficiency Copper Deficiency Selenium Deficiency
  6. 6. Rheumatic Diseases CommonlyAssociated with Gluten Intolerance OSTEOPOROSIS SACROILIITIS PSEUDOGOUT DERMATOMYOSITIS FIBROMYALGIA PSORIASIS/SJOGREN’S GLUTENSYNDROME INTOLERANCE PSORIATIC ARTHRITIS
  7. 7. Nonrheumatic Diseases CommonlyAssociated with Gluten Intolerance IRRITABLE DERMATITIS CELIAC BOWL AUTISM SYNDROME HERPETIFORMIS DISEASE BIPOLAR SECONDARY PERIPHERAL HYPERPARA- ADHD DISORDER NEUROPATHY THYROIDISM CHRONIC SEIZURE SCHIZOPHRENIA FATIGUE DISORDER SYNDROME
  8. 8. Treatment of Gluten Intolerance ELIMINATION OF GLUTEN CORRECTION TUMOR OF SURVEILLANCE METABOLIC DISORDERS CORRECTION OF IMMUNE RESPONSES
  9. 9. Herbs and Food Supplements in Therapy of Gluten Intolerance WHY:• Excellent safety profile and biocompatibility• Broad range of efficient concentrations• Varied choices compared to prescription drugs• Natural targeting of specific biochemical pathways
  10. 10. Herbs and Food Supplements in Therapy of Gluten Intolerance THE NECESSITIES: Multivitamins and Minerals Digestive Enzymes Probiotics Prebiotics Omega-3-Fatty Acids (Fish or Krill Oil) Black Currant Seed Oil Sodium Butyrate L-Glutamine
  11. 11. Prevention and Correction of Osteopenia and Osteoporosis Vitamin D Calcium (Calcium Lactate) Magnesium (Magnesium Citrate) Strontium Citrate Vitamin K Biotin Organic Silica L-Lysine
  12. 12. Skin, Hair and Nail SupportThinning and loss of hair, acne, loss of skin elasticity and brittlenails are commonly seen in people with gluten intolerance andceliac disease. COMMON MECHANISMS: Iron deficiency Biotin deficiency Selenium deficiency Hypothyroidism Autoimmune diseases
  13. 13. Supplements for Skin, Hair and Nails Biotin  Hyaluronic Acid Iron  Collagen Type 2 Multivitamins  L-Proline Eclipta Alba  Selenium Rubia cordifolia
  14. 14. Skin and Mucosal DrynessOne of the first manifestations of Sjogren’s Syndrome PRINCIPLES OF CORRECTION: N-Acetyl Cysteine Acetyl-L-Carnitine Cordyceps Synensis Artemisia/Berberine Blend Zinc/Elderberry Lozenges Blis K12 Oral Probiotic
  15. 15. Restoration of Gut MicrofloraProfound changes in gut microflora persist for years even on astrict gluten-free diet. PRINCIPLES OF CORRECTION: Prebiotics Probiotics Digestive Enzymes Epicor Sodium Butyrate L-Glutamine Biofilzyme
  16. 16. Candida (Yeast) OvergrowthTypical symptoms include: Bloating Craving for sugars Headaches Hives Eczema Scalp itchiness Loose stools
  17. 17. Supplements for Candida (Yeast) Overgrowth Low carb diet  Triphala Pau D’arco  Neem Black Walnut Hulls  Anantamul Berberine  Rubia Cordifolia Digestive Enzymes
  18. 18. Brain FogTriggering mechanisms: Adrenal insufficiency Abnormal gut microorganisms and yeast overgrowth Malabsorbtion of vitamin and minerals Depletion of nutrients Abnormalities in urea cycle Ineffective elimination of ammonia from the bloodstream
  19. 19. Supplements for Brain Fog Acetyl L-Carnitine  SAMe Gotu Kola  Taurine DMAE  Sodium Butyrate Sunflower Lecithin  Rhodiola L-methylfolate  Eleutherococcus Methylcobalamine  7-Keto
  20. 20. Supplements for Leaky Gut Increased intestinal permeability where food antigens, toxins and microorganisms leak into the bloodstream Probiotics  Alpha Lipoic Acid Prebiotics  Coix Seed Extract Epicor  Citrulline Malate Bovine Immunoglobulins  Sodium Butyrate N-Acetylglucosamine  L-Glutamine
  21. 21. Supplements for Accidental Gluten Consumption N-Acetylglucosamine/Mannan Oligosaccharies: protect and regenerate intestinal mucosal lining Yucca Schidigera: soap-like substance that eliminate gluten from the digestive tract and stimulate the growth of beneficial intestinal microorganisms Triphala: increases peristaltic movement accelerating removal of gluten from the digestive tract
  22. 22. Supplements to Normalize Immune Responses Epicor  Arabinogalactan Yucca Root Extract  Probiotics Bovine Immunoglobulins  Prebiotics Coix Seed Extract  Serrazimes Germanium  Cordyceps Synensis
  23. 23. Supplements for Preventing Infections Olive Leaf Extract  Epicor Black Walnut Hulls  Bovine Immunoglobulins Artemisia/Berberine  Neem Probiotics  Anantamul Prebiotics  Ashoka L-Lysine  Manjistha Germanium
  24. 24. Supplements for Stress Responses Rhodiola Eleutherococcus Acetyl-L-Carnitine 7-Keto L-Methylfolate
  25. 25. Supplements for Inflammation Omega-3 Fatty Acids Black Currant Seed Oil Boswellia/Curcumin Devil’s Claw MSM N-Acetylglucosamine Yucca Schidigera Extract
  26. 26. Keep In Touch glutenfreeremedies.com facebook.com/gfremedies @gfremedies 855-TAKE-GFR (855-825-3437)

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