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Re: paging Lar Hoover-celiac/gluten free disease...... Larry Hoover

Posted by galkeepinon on July 12, 2003, at 18:20:58

In reply to Re: paging Lar Hoover-celiac/gluten free disease...... galkeepinon, posted by Larry Hoover on July 12, 2003, at 7:23:31

> > You're welcome.....but it was Deb's thread. I'm thankful to her for bringing it up, because it is forcing me to face the issue as well. Untreated celiac disease is associated with increased risk of digestive system cancer, so it's anything but trivial.

Kudos to Deb-Deb, thank you so much! I am as well thankful. This issue is anything but trivial Lar, I agree with you, and I intend to do more research on it. I truly, personally believe that the kind of hunter-gatherer attitude is the way to go concerning this painful, complicated condition. I will post if I find anything I feel would benefit others here. Colon cancer (AKA digestive system cancer,etc.) is so common-yet not a lot of people are aware of preventative measures, causes, etc.
It's a shame. How it affects our moods is a whole other story.


Gal

hi, I did some searching and man I think I have the gluten-intolerance/celiac disease for sure. What amazes me though, is the limited or should I say VERY limited amount of foods one is able to consume in having this condition. I've got some re-vamping to do with my diet.
>
> Ya, I hear you. You may want to take a look at what's called the paleo diet, supposedly the same sorts of things our prehistoric ancestors ate. Kind of hunter-gatherer attitude. The reason I'm saying that is it's already been thought out, telling you what you can eat, which may be easier than trying to eliminate foods from your present diet.
>
> > Thanks for turning me on to this. I have got a lot of info I didn't know existed.
> > gal
>
> You're welcome.....but it was Deb's thread. I'm thankful to her for bringing it up, because it is forcing me to face the issue as well. Untreated celiac disease is associated with increased risk of digestive system cancer, so it's anything but trivial.
>
> Lar


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