Alternative Celiacs Treatment:

Celiac Disorder may appear at any time in the life of a person with a hereditary pre-disposition. Many patients are asymptomatic for years, with the disorder becoming active for the first time after surgery, viral infection, severe emotional stress, pregnancy or childbirth. Symptoms of Celiac Disorder are extremely varied and cam mimic other bowel disorders and even psychiatric complaints. Infants, toddlers and children often exhibit growth failure, vomiting, bloated abdomen and behavioral changes. If your doctor is bound and determined to treat a symptom, instead of the true disease, then I would suggest that you should find another doctor. Find an alternative doctor that will understand how to treat your true disease, without pharmaceutical drugs.

Unlike autoimmune diseases in which the precipitating antigen either is not identified or if identified can not be removed, the antigen precipitating celiac disorder, which is gluten can be removed from the diet. This sounds easier than done as wheat is used as a filler and thickener in a number of store bought and restaurant prepared foods. Avoidance of gluten in the diet requires careful scrutiny of food labels for the presence of wheat and other offending grains such as rye, oats and barley. Products labeled wheat-free are not necessarily gluten-free. Common food items that can not be eaten include breads, bagels, pastries, pasta and pizza. There are companies throughout the United States which produce gluten-free products made predominantly from rice flour. Most patients treated with a gluten-free diet will note a lessening of symptoms within 2 weeks and no follow up intestinal biopsy is required. A small group of patients have partial or no response to a gluten-free diet. One important cause of a poor dietary response is the continued ingestion of gluten in foods thought to be gluten-free or just plain dietary cheating. Antibody testing while such patients are on a "strict" gluten-free diet may be useful in this situation. A kit which utilizes the Elisa assay has been developed to test food products for the presence of the gluten antigen. In individuals who have a poor response to a gluten-free diet, a repeat intestinal biopsy is mandatory after 3 months treatment to assure that other intestinal lesions such as infection or intestinal lymphoma was not missed.

Holistic lifestyle changes can help to both prevent the condition and offer relief to those experiencing the various symptoms. A good diet with a high quality whole food supplementation program, would be beneficial, as shown below.

There is a link between osteoporosis and celiac disease, a condition in which gluten reduces the small intestine's ability to absorb nutrients that are essential for maintaining good bone health. Gluten can also deplete iron. If tests show iron deficiency, gluten could be the cause.

Listed below are some supplements, that you should discuss with your Alternative Doctor.


The Following Is A Partial List Of Vitamins And Nutrirnts With Dosages To Take Every Day.
Please Check With Your Alternative Healthcare Provider For Your Persolal Needs
Note: MG = Milligrams & MCG = Micrograms:
Vitamin A (Retinal)
Dosage=20,000 IU Daily
Huperzine A
Dosage=50 MCG. Daily
Boron
Dosage By Testing Only
Vitamin B-1 (Thyamin)
Dosage=4 Grams Daily




L-Carnosine
Dosage=500 MG. Daily
Calcium
Dosage By Testing Only
Vitamin B-2 (Riboflavin)
Dosage=25 MG. Daily
N-Acetal Cysteine
Dosage=25 MG. Daily




Vitamin B-3 (Niacin)
Dosage=250 MG. Twice Daily
Phosphatidylserine
Dosage=100 MG. 3 x Daily
Copper
Dosage By Testing Only
Vitamin B-5 (Pantothenic Acid)
Dosage=150 MG. Daily




Alpha Lipoic Acid
Dosage=600 MG. Daily
Magnesium
Dosage By Testing Only
Vitamin B-6 (Piridoxine)
Dosage=125 MG. Daily
Co enzyme Q10
Dosage=100 MG. 4 x Daily




Manganese
Dosage By Testing Only
Vitamin B-7 (biotin)
Dosage=8 MG. Daily
Ginseng
Dosage=1,000 MG. 2 x Daily
Molybdenum
Dosage By Testing Only




Vitamin B-9 (Folic Acid)
Dosage=8 MG. Daily
Ginko Biloba
Dosage=240 MG. Daily
Phosphorus
Dosage By Testing Only
Vitamin B-12 (Methylcobalamin)
Dosage=4 MG. Daily




Green Tea Whole Complex
Dosage=750 MG. Daily
Potassium
Dosage By Testing Only
Vitamin C
Dosage=5,000 MG. Daily
Phosphatidylcholine
Dosage=900 MG. Daily




Selenium
Dosage By Testing Only
Vitamin D
Dosage=4,000 MG. Daily
Vitamin K
Dosage=100 MCG. Daily
Vanadium
Dosage By Testing Only




Vitamin E
Dosage=800 I.U. Daily
Zinc
Dosage By Testing Only
Chromium
Dosage By Testing Only


Grains To Eliminate From Your Diet Include:
Wheat Oates
Spelt Rice
Barley Rye
Amaranth Quinoa
Millet Teff
Potato - is actually a vegetable, but digests more like a grain. Corn - is considered a vegetable, but is technically a grain.

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