Dr. Kremer HIGHLY recommends getting tested for gluten sensitivity/Celiac disease if any of the below situations pertain to you: You have a first degree relative who has been diagnosed with celiac disease, gluten sensitivity Dermatitis herpetiformis, gluten-sensitive enteropathy, Ideopathic steatorrhoea, Primary malabsorption, Non-tropical sprue (if...

A Breakthrough Celiac Support Supplement for Patients with Celiac Disease & Gluten Sensitivity: GlutArrest™ Finally, a clinical-grade Celiac support supplement that offers protection for those with Celiac Disease or non-Celiac gluten sensitivity who accidentally come in contact with gluten. For many individuals, including my wife, there...

Gluten Sensitivity Self Test I. Check the symptoms you have had at least once a week during the past three months:  ͟͟͟͟͟͟   Gas, bloating, stomach pain and/or cramping ͟͟͟͟   Diarrhea ͟͟͟͟   Constipation ͟͟͟͟   Joint pain ͟͟͟͟   Numbness or tingling in your arms or legs ͟͟͟͟   Itchy and/or dry skin lesions ͟͟͟͟  ...

As mentioned, gluten-free living isn't just about avoiding the obvious forms of wheat, barley, and rye. It is avoiding ALL foods and products that come in contact with these food items as well. Some examples of foods that contain gluten include: Beer Beverage mixes Bologna Candy...

Are you wondering how to create a Gluten Free Home? Unfortunately, going gluten-free is not an easy task in today’s world. While many believe this process is merely a matter of removing the bread and pasta from one’s life, the truth is it can be...

When you're gluten free and dining out, those with a gluten sensitivity or Celiac Disease are often taking a big risk in coming in contact with gluten. Unfortunately, most servers and cooks are very uneducated about the dangers of gluten and the ways that one...

Celiac and Gluten Sensitivity Testing Although not always recommended by Dr. Kremer and other authorities on gluten sensitivity and Celiac disease, another way to determine if gluten is a problem is to eliminate all gluten for a short period of time (2 to 4 weeks) and...

Step 1: GET HELP! Going gluten-free can be a frustrating, discouraging, depressing, and downright confusing process. Where does gluten come from? What do I do if something is processed in a facility that also processes gluten? What about things like baking powder, caramel coloring, natural...

While following a gluten free diet can be challenging at times, it is possible and it is the first step that needs to be taken when diagnosed with celiac disease and conditions involving gluten sensitivity. Unfortunately, CD/GS (celiac disease/gluten sensitivity) are permanent issues meaning that...

Even in today’s highly advanced medical field, Celiac disease and non-Celiac gluten sensitivity are misdiagnosed every single day in America resulting in millions of American’s slowly and unknowingly destroying their health. In fact, Celiac disease is the most under-diagnosed and most chronic health disorder in...