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Celiac Disease & Asthma appear to be linked. Try eating gluten free to ease your breathing problems!

Researchers have been unable (in their limited searching) to found a direct link such as a gene, studies have shown a strong statistical link between people having celiac disease and being asthmatic. The safest course for people with asthma is to eat ‘gluten free’ food and ease their asthma symptoms.

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Why are most celiac’s middle aged white women?

While there are many non believers those with celiac disease know that it is very real. Many non-believers think that being gluten free is all a choice, a fad and that is why you mostly see middle aged women in restaurants asking for gluten free food. This may be the experience of many people but there are good reasons for this. This article explores the reasons and the statistics behind this apparent truth.

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Gluten Free Indian Foods

The following post on Gluten free Indian foods will help the readers understand: What is Celiac ataxia? and What are the best foods to opt for avoiding harms caused by Gluten intolerance among individuals and their concerned friends and family?

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fructose malabsorption and fructose intolerance – maybe caused by fruit drinks. See the conspiracy.

This article looks at a comparison of the origins of fructose malabsorption / fructose intolerance and celiac disease. At first glance their similarity is only that they are both food related allergies/ diseases. However there are articles that suggest that both may be caused by a large increase of each ingredient in our diets. This article considers how the development of fruit concentrate drinks / fructose filled sodas may have had a major impact on the rise of fructose health issues.

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Celiac disease affects 1 in 100 & the GFP MATRIX shows how demand is related to a country’s wealth.

America's gluten free demand is less than Canada and Australia's but greater than Japan's. The Gluten free matrix shows how demand and the luxury value of gluten free food items change dependent on the community's wealth.

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Europe (France and Germany) has very LOW online gluten free demand, see why.

Previous GFP research into European gluten free markets (online demand), found that they were very under developed. That research and this original analysis uses Google data sets. This is interesting because these countries tend to have a similar celiac rate as America does. This analysis looks at the 2009 monthly gluten free associated searches performed for France and Germany (both in native tongue and English words) and the reasons why they just don’t search for gluten free.

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Gluten Intolerance - What Exactly Is Gluten Intolerance?

Gluten intolerance is an umbrella for celiac disease, gluten allergy and gluten sensitivity. It is not the same thing as wheat allergy or gluten sensitivity, neither of which is an autoimmune disorder, but is really a sensitivity to gluten in wheat and wheat items which effects a substantial number of individuals.

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Gluten-Free Diet

Article explains what a Gluten Free Diet is and why some people are required to eat only Gluten-Free.

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Chinese Medicine for Celiac Disease

Celiac disease is an inherited, autoimmune disease in which the lining of the small intestine is damaged from eating gluten and other proteins found in wheat, barley, rye, and possibly oats. .

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World first:Celiac disease VACCINE trialed in Australia! Gluten Intolerant’s should also be excited!

Will the CELIAC VACCINE provide a complete CD CURE? If you are celiac or gluten sensitive and were told that there is a ‘cure' for your disease, would you take it if there were few side effects? Most people with celiac disease would answer an instantaneous yes, however there are several important issues to consider in this panacea.

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Celiac disease is massively under diagnosed in US, Australia & UK. Do you need gluten free too?

The US has one of the worst diagnosis rates of developed countries. Gluten Free Foods are made for people who are celiac or gluten intolerant. Because symptoms are so diverse this disease often goes undetected and undiagnosed by Doctors. But first you may be interested in what the odds are that you may have the disease and not know it. Or why it took so long for you to be diagnosed.

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What The Heck Is Gluten? - Eat Simply Organic

What is gluten? It’s a kind of protein found in most grains like barley, wheat and rye. Most breads, for example, contain gluten. There are several grains that do not contain gluten, including corn, wild rice, quinoa, oats, millet and amaranth.

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The USA remains the strongest gluten free market in the world, see what online demand is in 2011

Knowledge about the global Gluten Free online market is important to celiac and anyone who eats gluten free food because it lets you know what other people are searching for and buying. It may also give you some confidence in the market reaching a tipping point where retailers and manufacturers become mainstream which will herald a significant price drop.

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The highest Gluten Free American States are connected to income levels, see which are the main state

The leading Gluten free countries are also the wealthiest (per person). Taken further, we find that there is a relationship between high gluten free searches and the wealthiest States in America. Though this is tempered by the nature of the wealth, urbanization and other factors. This ground breaking research looks at what factors are involved in the take up of gluten free products.

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