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vonneke
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Gluten Intolerantie

Berichtdoor vonneke » Zo 7 Mar 2010 12:55

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/181454.php

Virus Infections May Be Contributing Factor In Onset Of Gluten Intolerance


A research project in the Academy of Finland's Research Programme on Nutrition, Food and Health (ELVIRA) has brought new knowledge on the hereditary nature of gluten intolerance and identified genes that carry a higher risk of developing the condition. Research has shown that the genes in question are closely linked with the human immune system and the occurrence of inflammations, rather than being connected with the actual breakdown of gluten in the digestive tract.

"Some of the genes we have identified are linked with human immune defence against viruses. This may indicate that virus infections may be connected in some way with the onset of gluten intolerance," says Academy Research Fellow Päivi Saavalainen, who has conducted research into the hereditary risk factors for gluten intolerance.

Saavalainen explains that the genes that predispose people to gluten intolerance are very widespread in the population and, as a result, they are only a minor part of the explanation for the way in which gluten intolerance is inherited. However, the knowledge of the genes behind gluten intolerance is valuable in itself, as it helps researchers explore the reasons behind gluten intolerance, which in turn builds potential for developing new treatments and preventive methods. This is essential, because the condition is often relatively symptom-free, yet it can have serious complications unless treated.

Researchers have localised the risk genes by using data on patients and on entire families. The material in the Finnish study is part of a very extensive study of thousands of people with gluten intolerance and control groups in nine different populations. The research will be published in a coming issue of Nature Genetics.

Research into hereditary conditions has made great progress over the past few years. Gene researchers now face their next challenge, as a closer analysis is now needed of the risk factors in the genes that predispose people to gluten intolerance. It is important to discover how they impact on gene function and what part they play in the onset of gluten intolerance

Gluten intolerance is an autoimmune reaction in the small intestine. Roughly one in a hundred Finns suffer from this condition. The gluten that occurs naturally in grains such as wheat, barley and rye causes damage to the intestinal villi, problems with nutrient absorption and potentially other problems too. Gluten intolerance is an inherited predisposition, and nearly all sufferers carry the genes that play a key part in the onset of the condition. The only known effective treatment is a lifelong gluten-free diet

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bamboe
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Re: Gluten Intolerantie

Berichtdoor bamboe » Di 24 Sep 2013 16:47

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4AfkiRGCQQ#t=13
THE COFFEE AND GLUTEN INTOLERANCE CONNECTION
Richard Hagmeyer

Published on Jan 5, 2013

Did you know that Coffee contains gluten? There are many misconceptions surrounding gluten sensitivity and for some individuals one of their problems may be found in their morning and afternoon coffee. In this video Dr Hagmeyer clinic director of the Naperville Institute For NeuroMetabolic Solutions in Naperville IL, explains the connection between coffee and gluten, cross reactive foods and chronic health problems.

Dr Hagmeyer is a holistic chiropractic physician specializing in metabolic disorders using functional medicine, Chiropractic Care and Brain Based Therapy.
Visit http://www.DrHagmeyer.com for Gluten free, Paleo friendly recipees.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jv3l8HJwew
The Danger of Coffee & Gluten Sensitivity - New & Updated 2013
Published on Apr 21, 2013

http://www.doctordavidclark.com Learn which kind of coffee is dangerous for someone with gluten sensitivity or celiac disease. You'll be surprised.

Dr. David Clark, DC
Functional Neurologist
Chiropractic Neurologist
Diplomate College of Clinical Nutrition


Er zijn geen veilige glutenvrije granen volgens dr. Peter Osborne:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CdjPP88t3vo

The Gluten Free Lie
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Published on May 1, 2013

d4acn
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Re: Gluten Intolerantie

Berichtdoor d4acn » Ma 30 Sep 2013 0:16

Granen en zuivel heb je niet nodig, wat je nodig hebt zijn:
- goede vetten
- eiwitten
- groenten
- fruit

bamboe
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Re: Gluten Intolerantie

Berichtdoor bamboe » Zo 10 Nov 2013 13:37

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wYbdcEOVeo
Celiac Disease and Blood Flow to the Brain
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Dr. Thomas O'Bryan, DC, CCN, DABCN is an internationally recognized speaker and workshop leader specializing in Gluten Sensitivity and Celiac Disease. He is a 'Sherlock Holmes' for chronic disease and metabolic disorders. He is a clinician par excellence in treating chronic disease and metabolic disorders from a Functional Medicine Perspective. He holds teaching Faculty positions with the Institute for Functional Medicine, the Institute for Integrative Medicine and the National University of Life Sciences. Dr. O'Bryan is always one of the most respected, highly-appreciated speakers. Dr. O'Bryan's passion is in teaching the many manifestations of Gluten Sensitivity and Celiac Disease as they occur inside and outside of the intestines.
Celiac Disease, or Gluten Sensitivity stems from a fundamental wheat allergy. There are many manifestations of this disorder. Visit http://www.thedr.com to understand why gluten sensitivity and Celiac Disease affects the body more outside than inside the gut or intestines along with many products to help cope with the damage incurred from gluten. Understand the research behind many auto immune diseases triggered by gluten and wheat. Learn why following a gluten free diet may not be enough. Understand the current state of testing for gluten sensitivity. Learn about the protocol effective for healing to begin.

bamboe
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Re: Gluten Intolerantie

Berichtdoor bamboe » Vr 25 Apr 2014 19:00

http://newsmonkey.be/article/9772
Pijnstiller ibuprofen maakt je glutenintolerant
Er is is toenemend bewijs dat gebruik van de populaire pijnstiller ibuprofen bijdraagt tot een groeiend aantal mensen die een intolerantie voor gluten hebben. Zeker mensen die vaak fitnessen, fietsen of sporten moeten oppassen. Ongeveer 1 procent van de bevolking zou ondertussen glutenintolerant zijn.

Coeliakie, de chronische darmaandoening die het gevolg is van een intolerantie ten opzichte van gluten, is bovendien zwaar ondergediagnosticeerd: veel mensen die glutenintolerant zijn, weten dat niet.

Het vermoeden dat ibuprofen dat effect op je darmen heeft, bestaat al sinds de jaren tachtig. Maar de jongste tijd zijn er een aantal studies die het wel degelijk bevestigen. Opvallend daarbij is dat wie zo’n pijnstiller slikt na een zware inspanning of zelfs een fitnessbeurt, veel vatbaarder wordt.

Het werd bijvoorbeeld getest bij wielertoeristen. Ze kregen twee keer 400 mg ibuprofen toegediend voor een fietstocht, maar ook in andere omstandigheden. Wanneer genomen voor het fietsen was er een spectaculaire verhoging van darmproblemen - van darmperforaties tot darmontstekingen, en gebruik van 3 tot 6 maanden van ibuprofen zou dus leiden tot een verhoogd risico op glutenintolerantie.

Ibuprofen is verkrijgbaar als generisch product, maar zit ook in ondermeer deze populaire pijnstillers Nurofen, Brufen, Advil en Spidifen.


http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2 ... sease.html
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22776871

bamboe
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Re: Gluten Intolerantie

Berichtdoor bamboe » Wo 7 Mei 2014 22:54

First, the consumption of wheat preferentially favors the growth of pathogenic bacteria in the gut. Second, given that much of the Western diet now contains Roundup herbicide contaminated food, including wheat - where Roundup is used as a post-harvest dessicant, virtually guaranteeing it is contaminated with it despite being non-GMO - there is likely an amplifying effect of this pathogenic bacteria in those who consume both wheat and GMO food. This may help to explain why the mass introduction of GMOs over the past decade has contributed to the explosion in diagnoses of gluten sensitivity.

[...] modern humankind has become almost a new species due to our reliance on novel new 'foods' like wheat and agrochemical contaminated GMOs that have contributed to the development of a relationship with strains of bacteria that were alien to us, for some populations, even 100 years ago. The microbiome genome is 95% larger than our genome - containing 2 million protein coding genes versus only 23,000 for the human body alone. The shift towards pathological strains may have to do both with a radical change in the human diet to a grain-based --- and particularly wheat-based diet - and, again, the ever-expanding consumption of Roundup herbicide laden foods.

[...] wheat is not something that we want to eat. It forces our body to become inhabitants of strains of bacteria that we have never before needed to occupy our bodies, and which are capable of doing great harm. While some of the strains that degrade gluten are non-pathogenic (e.g. 39% were from the mostly beneficial Lactobacillus family), taken as a whole, the discovery that a variety of Clostridium strains (as well as related potentially pathogenic strains from genuses such as Klebsiella and Staphylococcus) thrive in a wheat-based diet, and adding in the fact that GMO foods further contribute to their overgrowth, it seems that the pathway towards optimal health requires the elimination of both.


http://www.sott.net/article/278574-Why- ... our-health

jeanette
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Re: Gluten Intolerantie

Berichtdoor jeanette » Do 8 Mei 2014 15:08

het tarwe van nu bevat ook meer gluten omdat er mee gerotzooid is. langdurig lyme geeft ook een HPU-beeld en dan ben je ook gevoeliger voor het ontwikkelen van gluten-intollerantie

bamboe
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Re: Gluten Intolerantie

Berichtdoor bamboe » Do 8 Mei 2014 15:29

hoi Jeanette, zover ik het begrepen heb hangt het hpu-verhaal samen met het feit dat de borrelia op mangaan teert: http://www.lymebehandeling.nl/2013/06/2 ... aan-nodig/


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