She considers herself an "accidental nutritionist," having learned more about nutrition than she ever set out to do, after delving into the medical literature regarding gluten, grains, celiac disease and gluten sensitivity
Nonceliac gluten sensitivity
(NCGS) is an emergent syndrome that causes mainly gastrointestinal symptoms and has been thought to be present in about 6% of the population.
Celiac disease and gluten sensitivity
cause the intestinal lining to become more porous.
1 Weight gain is a common sign of gluten sensitivity
Because of my personal involvement over a fairly long period of time, I have met many, many people who proclaim gluten sensitivity
or those who have cut it out for many reasons.
Gluten is the protein present in many grains that may result in stomach upsets, bloating and diarrhoea in people with gluten sensitivity
Brown, a registered dietitian, diabetes educator, chef, author, and speaker who has gluten sensitivity
, outlines a program for gluten-free living.
Non-celiac gluten sensitivity
may also create gluten intolerance.
(also gluten intolerance) is a spectrum of disorders including celiac disease in which gluten has an adverse effect on the body.
Growing evidence suggests there are people with gluten sensitivity
who are not coeliac.
However, for someone with a non-celiac gluten sensitivity
, it may be possible that, after being on the Gerson Therapy for a period of time, certain sensitivities can be cleared.
LE: Celiac disease is the strongest form of gluten intolerance, but your book focuses largely on a more prevalent issue, which is something called gluten sensitivity
It's hard to argue with such vehement testimonials, and in 2011 Australian researchers conducted a controlled-diet study that boosted the case further for non-celiac gluten sensitivity
However, gluten sensitivity
can include bloating, abdominal discomfort or pain and might present intestinal symptoms including muscular disturbances and bone or joint pain.
4) Gluten sensitivity
has always been with us and there is a lot of confusion surrounding who should adopt a gluten-free diet.