Celiac disease seems to be on an up rise today. You now walk into grocery stores and restaurants and see gluten-free food everywhere. Thankfully, for the celiac disease community, life has become a little easier with these accommodations. When most people hear celiac disease many just think gluten-free diets, but they do not realize that celiac disease can affect all parts of the body and mind, or that the disease has a higher prevalence in women. It is a new lifestyle that many have to take on.
Celiac Disease: An Overview on How It Affects the Body and Mind. Sarah LoTempio NU 127 (Professional Paper) March 24, 2015 Celiac disease seems to be on an up rise today. You now walk into grocery stores and restaurants and see gluten-free food everywhere. Thankfully, for the celiac disease community, life has become a little easier with these accommodations. When most people hear celiac disease many just think gluten-free diets, but they do not realize that celiac disease can affect
diagnosed patients, there is no recognized cure for Celiac disease. What the individual must do instead, is change their diet completely. Some may think that changing a diet around is no big deal and in fact, that may be true until it happens to them. Similar to many other aspects of life, nothing seems to be a problem or as severe until it directly affects the person who thinks it is not a big issue. This makes people diagnosed with Celiac disease lives challenging. On top of having to change their
Celiac disease, which is also called coeliac disease, is a genetic autoimmune disease that injures the small intestine. Gluten is a protein that is in some wheat, barley, and rye. It is also a new fad diet and being gluten intolerant is something a majority of the population may claim. However, for those who really have celiac disease it is more serious. In fact, "Despite popular belief, celiac disease is a serious genetic autoimmune disease, not the latest fad diet", according to the organization
buckwheat. Some common symptoms of celiac disease include gas, bloating, fatigue, diarrhea and skin rashes. One way that celiac disease can be diagnosed is through a blood test that tests for antibodies specialized to celiac disease. Another test that can be done to diagnose celiac disease is a small intestinal biopsy which uses an EGD (esophagogastroduodenoscopy) to collect samples of the small intestine. Doctors then use this to look for signs of celiac disease. Lactose intolerance is caused by
Monsanto is a huge factor in the production of genetically modified organisms, or more commonly known as GMOs. GMOs have been studied and there is proof showing they are harmful to humans, animals, and the environment. Big businesses like Monsanto are taking over and basically producing a monopoly over the agriculture industry; running small, “mom and pop” farms out of business. GMOs should be banned because they have little benefits and the corporation is only looking out for the good of themselves.
Caring For Pregnant Women with Autoimmune Diseases Having an autoimmune disease while pregnant increases the risk of the pregnancy on the mother and fetus. Ironically, most autoimmune diseases predominantly affect women (Goebel, 2015). To make the problem worse, most of the data available on safe treatments for these diseases during pregnancy comes from animal data (since trials on pregnant women are often considered immoral or too dangerous). These medications, based primarily on animal studies
aGuide to Gluten Elizabeth Henry Introduction: Gluten Friend or Foe Have You Ever Felt Like? Would You Like to Have? Then Read This Guide! Chapter 1: What 's the Big Deal About Gluten? -What is Gluten? -Where do you find it? -How did this happen -What can you do about this? Chapter 2: What gluten can do to you? -Digestive Issues -Autoimmune Issues -Cardiovascular Issues -Neurological Issues -Missed Diagnoses Chapter: 3 Dealing with Gluten -Diet -Other Food Alternatives! Chapter:
The College Diet and Its Effect On Eating Habits Food -- it is a necessity. There is not one person who does not think about it on a daily basis. For a college student, the quality of food available is not always to the highest of standards. Many students can not afford to buy expensive food or eat out on a regular basis. Many times their only option left is to eat from their school’s dining halls. The transition into college can be one of the most exciting times in a young adult’s life
anemia that one person may obtain. The different signs of anemia may vary depending on your type of anemia. Symptoms to look for include being dizzy, weak, yellow or pale looking skin, headaches, heart problems, chest pain, hair loss,