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Archive for the month “November, 2013”

Leak in the gut?

I’ve broached the subject of leaky gut with my gastroenterologist and DO, but neither seems to want to talk about it. I’ve even mentioned research I’ve read, yet they just brush me off. Based on the numerous exclusions from my diet and continued GI and systemic symptoms, I do not think my gut is healed. I know a handful of Celiac folks who, like me, are 99.999% certain of no gluten contamination for whom this is also the case.

So what’s the dealio? Check out this podcast posted on http://www.glutenfreeschool.com/ with Dr. Amy Myers, MD.

Also see her checklist of the symptoms of leaky gut and how to address the issue. Let’s increase discussion of this condition!

Food For Healing

Food For Healing

An interesting discussion of foods that heal (VEGGIES) or harm (processed food).

“When it comes to food, we have all heard plenty about what is bad for us. But what about food that is especially good for us…. foods that keep you happy, satisfied, and might even be used to cure illness?

We pursue just such nutritional possibilities.”

Guests:
Jeremy Akers, Ph.D., R.D.
 – Nutrition researcher.  Registered Dietician. Assistant Professor of Health Science, James Madison University. Former Obesity Prevention Nutritionist Coordinator for the Virginia Department of Health.

Robyn Coale, R.D. – Registered Dietician. Author of the nutrition blog The Real Life RD. Director of Nutrition for the Scottsville, Virginia based medical group Revolution Health Center.

Additional Contributor:
Gregory S. Gelburd, D.O. – Family practice physician.  Co-founder of the Downtown Family Health Care Center in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Fine Flours Kickstarter!

The lovely folks at Fine Flours are trying to expand their farmer’s market sales and custom orders to a gluten-free deli! They make great things, and they are sweet people!

Check out their page on kickstarter.com and the video below! Also, their regular website for current gluten-free (and some vegan!) offerings!

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