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... I need some help with my neuropathy problem.Eight months ago I was eating some wheat gluten(I am vegetarian)for the first time.My eyelids started to draw,sting,and burn.My upper body felt like I was getting small area shocks.I am still hurting from this.The study I have done on it says it is neuropathy.The problem is the doctors know nothing about this.Can anyone give me some... (0 replies)
... by Nature's Way pictures of shortened villi before taking Reuteri and after with much longer villi. It also says clinically proven on the container.. ... (8 replies)
... tend to have significant improvement in their intestinal villi structure within 6 mos. However, older celiacs can take years to heal. ... (8 replies)

... wheat, rye and barley. I can definitely cause frequent trips to the bathroom!! When a Celiac eats anything with gluten, it can cause damage to the tips of the villi in the small intestine and so the intestines can't absorb food properly. ... (10 replies)
... Yes, we need to eliminate all wheat and gluten products until the villi of the small intestines heal. Again, you are going to be gassy, but shouldn't be as much as before. ... (20 replies)
... free diet, you will learn if you are lactose intolerent because the villi inside of the small intestine will heal and produce those enzymes needed to digest foods like milk. ... (20 replies)
... You have to avoid all gluten products, or else it won't work. Please be patient because it will take time for our small intestine to heal from eating all those wheat and gluten products. I don't think we are allergic but intolerent of wheat and gluten. ... (20 replies)
... There are long finger like structures there called villi that carry out this absorption, so malabsorption issues tend to affect the small intestine. ... (1 replies)




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