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In memory of Mother: Watch the wheat, watch the weight part thirty-six
The one ailment that wheat has been conclusively linked to is celiac disease. Celiac sufferers are counseled to remove wheat products from their diet. The onset of celiac disease before a diagnosis is determined is on the average of eleven years. During all that time, someone suffering from undiagnosed celiac disease are usually underweight, malnourished and struggles to maintain weight and this is caused by one’s intestines.
Elimination of wheat gluten removes the offensive agent that destroys the intestinal lining. Once the intestinal lining regenerates, better absorption of vitamins, minerals, and calories becomes possible, and weight begins to increase due to improved nutrition. Such studies document the weight gain with wheat removal experienced by underweight, malnourished celiac sufferers.
However, more recent evidence indicates that someone does not have to be underweight to be suffering from celiac disease. More information coming in next week’s article.
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