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When You Have Celiac Disease

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Side note from Webmaster: I am of the personal opinion that many so-called gluten allergies are not literally caused by gluten but by the consumption of Genetically Modified Wheat or Soy and round-up ready crops. Almost all the soy and corn grown in the United States is GMO and even though wheat has not been approved as a GM food (as far as I can tell at time of this writing) GM wheat has also been found in the food supply.

If you have been diagnosed with any kind of intestinal or stomach issue that is associated with allergic reactions inside the gut, it might be a good move to eliminate GMO foods from your diet as much as possible.

Help for Celiac Disease Diagnosis:
If you've been diagnosed with celiac disease, or celiac sprue, your doctor may have advised you to go on a gluten-free diet. Cutting out gluten products may be helpful in reducing symptoms of this condition but you should also be aware that nutritional deficiencies may result from having celiac disease.

If you've struggled with celiac disease for a long time, you may have ended up deficient in very important vitamins and minerals. When the colon and/or stomach cannot function properly, sometimes they lose the ability to harvest nutrients that are needed for your health. This may create nutritional deficiencies over time.

I recently read about a line of products specifically designed for the person on a gluten-free diet and one of the most significant of those addresses the need for replenishing certain vitamins and nutrients. Of course, if you are under a doctor's care for celiac sprue / celiac disease, you will need to check with your doctor before adding anything new to your regimen.

Celi-Vites Multivitamin Supplement
Celivites multi is a supplement that has been scientifically formulated, according to the company. I assume those words to mean that there has been a scientific approach to addressing the nutritional deficiencies associated with celia disease and the decision to go gluten free in your diet. Celivites provides antioxidants, replaces nutrients that may be deficient in your system and helps to improve digestion. The minerals included in Celivites help aborption and utilization of the nutrients. ORDER CELIVITES TODAY!

Common Nutritional Deficiencies associated with Celiac Disease include Niacin, Iron, Riboflavin, Calcium, Vitamin D, Copper, Zinc, Vitamin B-12 and Folate.

Health Care Disclaimer: The information in this alternative health care article on celiac disease is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice or treatment from your health care professional. If you have been diagnosed with celiac disease, wheat allergies or other digestive problems, please consult with your chosen healthcare professional before adding new products to your wellness regime.