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Two-thirds of people with a gluten sensitivity experience neurological symptoms instead of gut symptoms. This is because the tissue most affected by a gluten sensitivity is nerve tissue.The majority of Hashimoto’s [autoimmune hypothyroid] patients are gluten-sensitive or have celiac disease, which means gluten can play a role in their depression and anxiety.Gluten cross reacts with dairy, meaning the …

Tissue Transglutaminase Not As Sensitive for Coeliac Disease Diagnosis As Thought..

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This study is about sensitivity verification really but it does raise the point that many people who test negative for transglutaminase may well still be coeliac, especially if they are not yet presenting [classic] symptoms. (I put the brackets there because, of course, they will only be looking for classic coeliac symptoms, but we know …

Gluten Sensitivity Symptoms – Brain Fog, Fatigue, Migraines & Anxiety – Not a Gut Symptom in Sight!

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Most people - and physicians - think gluten illness stops at coeliac disease and problems with the gut. That is a BIG mistake. Gluten related disorders including non-coeliac gluten sensitivity (NCGS) are rife, certainly according to my clinical experience - and I must have tested at least 300 people by now for gluten reactivity. And …