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Living With Celiac Disease

 

 

 

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This autoimmune disease damages the small intestine in sufferers, leading to systemic inflammation, a malabsorption of nutrients, and a number of other serious health issues. The villi is usually the part of the small intestine that suffers the most damage, made up of little shag carpet-like projections located inside your small intestine that play a vital role in managing health. They increase the small intestine’s surface area, and emit digestive enzymes that are responsible for collecting and absorbing nutrients. These strands flatten and break during the progression of Celiac disease, which is obviously bad news for our health. 

No More Gluten, Ever

Throw out all processed and packaged foods in our kitchen that don’t have a Gluten-Free label, leaving no room for temptation. When you eat out, don’t be shy about letting your server know about your condition, either. Call ahead to verify that the establishment can guarantee no cross-contamination, and go somewhere else if they cant. 

Improve an Inflammatory Lifestyle

You may be unwittingly choosing a lifestyle that creates sickness, like going to the gym every day, training for and running marathons, and sleeping less than 7 hours a night. Managing your stress is a key factor in fighting any disease, and you’ll need to learn some new habits with this one. 

No more CrossFit 5 times a week, stay away from caffeine after 12pm, and cut down on your alcohol intake. Introduce habits to relax in other ways, like enjoying the best online pokies Australia has to offer, watching movies, and engaging with your friends on a more regular basis. 

Of course some exercise is still ok, recommended even, but you need to watch how strenuous it is, and try to limit your drinking to just one night a week at most.

Adding Nutritious Foods to Your Diet

If you suffer from Celiac disease then you need more nutrients than people generally do, and you will have to make a concerted effort to doing everything you can to reduce inflammation. The best way to do this is to add foods high in nutrition to help replenish the proteins, vitamins, and minerals you’re lacking, giving your body the tools it needs to heal itself. 

Heal Your Leaky Gut

The first step is to avoid grains and pseudograins of any kind, and finding and following a diet that you can afford and implement without too much hassle is a vital step in getting healthy. Supplements are an excellent choice, and there are several that work specifically to heal your gut. 

L-Glutamine is highly recommended, with studies showing that it heals your intestinal mucosa, which in turn will reduce your leaky gut. Begin with taking 2.5 grams each morning and evening and work your way up to 20 grams twice a day over a two-week period. 

Change your diet, adjust your lifestyle, and focus on finding a way to get the nutrients you need and you’ll soon start seeing positive results. It’s time to take your condition seriously, and you’ll find removing harmful habits works powerfully and quickly.

 

 

 

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