Gluten Intolerance: when wheat is the enemy

Overview

Have you been struggling with recurring symptoms such as gastrointestinal complaints, fatigue, headaches, anemia, anxiety, itchiness, joint pain or allergies for a long time without finding the cause? Gluten might just be the culprit you have been trying to uncover.
Gluten intolerance is a digestive illness which causes an inability to properly digest the gluten found in wheat, oats, rye, barley, spelt and Kamut. Without proper nutrient absorption, the body becomes malnourished and vulnerable to other disorders. Gluten is now believed to be a contributing factor in the development of diseases and conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome, arthritis, fibromyalgia, depression, multiple sclerosis, autism, endometriosis, infertility, osteoporosis and many more.
This book is the outcome of many years of research through the author’s work in the holistic field, with hundreds of clients desperately seeking a cause and solution to their ailments. Gluten intolerance: when wheat is the enemy covers all aspects of gluten-related disorders, explaining all there is to known about gluten sensitivity and celiac disease.
Gisèle Frenette has been living a gluten-free life for more than twenty years. After a career as a nurse, nutritional consultant and phytotherapist, she now dedicates her time and energy to helping others through writing books and articles on various health topics.

Overview

Have you been struggling with recurring symptoms such as gastrointestinal complaints, fatigue, headaches, anemia, anxiety, itchiness, joint pain or allergies for a long time without finding the cause? Gluten might just be the culprit you have been trying to uncover.
Gluten intolerance is a digestive illness which causes an inability to properly digest the gluten found in wheat, oats, rye, barley, spelt and Kamut. Without proper nutrient absorption, the body becomes malnourished and vulnerable to other disorders. Gluten is now believed to be a contributing factor in the development of diseases and conditions such as irritable bowel syndrome, arthritis, fibromyalgia, depression, multiple sclerosis, autism, endometriosis, infertility, osteoporosis and many more.
This book is the outcome of many years of research through the author’s work in the holistic field, with hundreds of clients desperately seeking a cause and solution to their ailments. Gluten intolerance: when wheat is the enemy covers all aspects of gluten-related disorders, explaining all there is to known about gluten sensitivity and celiac disease.
Gisèle Frenette has been living a gluten-free life for more than twenty years. After a career as a nurse, nutritional consultant and phytotherapist, she now dedicates her time and energy to helping others through writing books and articles on various health topics.

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Summary

This book was written to bring hope to the hundreds of thousands of people coping with a difficult to diagnose health concern. This condition can disguise itself so well it will puzzle even the most conscientious doctors, forcing them to review their findings repeatedly, while individuals suffering from this disease try as best they can to enjoy life. Nowadays, we are well acquainted with autoimmune diseases. We discuss fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue as if they were trivial viruses, while allergies are causing havoc for a large percentage of the population, and now, we have celiac disease, the new kid on the block, an affliction considered rare until recently.
What you are reading is the outcome of many years of research through my work in the holistic field with hundreds of clients desperately seeking a cause and solution to their ailments. Celiac disease or gluten intolerance is not discriminatory; it will strike anyone, from infancy to the adult years, including the elderly. My goal in writing this book is to elucidate the mystery surrounding this disease, permitting a quick diagnosis, as healing is close at hand for everyone; all that is needed is a bit of patience and a lot of willpower.

Through this book, the reader will acquire considerable knowledge of the celiac disease, giving him the possibility of a quick and accurate diagnosis without useless wandering, therefore minimizing damage to his health. The first two chapters will guide you through years of research on celiac disease and will describe its causes and symptoms. Chapters three and four will examine diagnostic methods as well as many conditions associated with gluten intolerance.

We will then learn where gluten can be found and which foods are permitted in a gluten-free diet. The subsequent chapters will give us useful hints on how to rebuild our health, both physically and psychologically. These will be followed by heartfelt testimonials bringing to light the reality of the celiac disease.

This book covers all aspects of gluten-related disorders; it explains everything there is to known about gluten sensitivity and celiac disease. It is meant to be a comforting and valuable aid, filling you with hope and optimism on your way to well-being. This is the missing link I searched for for years in my own struggle to regain my health. It gives me great pleasure to share it with you.

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