Activated Charcoal for Celiac

According to the Celiac Disease Foundation (CDF), Celiac affects 1 out of 133 people in America. According to CDF, Celiac  is a lifelong autoimmune intestinal disorder, found in individuals who are genetically susceptible. Damage to the mucosal surface of the small intestine is caused by an immunologically toxic reaction to the ingestion of gluten and interferes with the absorption of nutrients. Celiac Disease (CD) is unique in that a specific food component, gluten has been identified as the trigger. Gluten is the common name for the offending proteins in specific cereal grains that are harmful to persons with celiac disease. These proteins are found in all forms of wheat (including durum, semolina, spelt, kamut, einkorn, and faro), and related grains: rye, barley, and triticale and must be eliminated.
Some of the different symptoms associated with Celiac are: diarrhea, bloating, gas, constipation, abdominal pain, unexplained anemia, and irritable bowel syndrome. Activated charcoal is known to alleviate many of these symptoms.
As an individual is on the learning curve of adjusting their diet, eliminating some foods while learning to substitute non-gluten products for gluten containing foods, they can relieve much of the bowel discomfort by experimenting with the internal use of activated charcoal or by applying charcoal poultices over the abdomen. 
Hi, I am writing to say thank you for a great talk a couple of weeks ago. I spoke with you about my terrible GI appointment and you were of great help. I have been taking charcoal for about three weeks now and am really feeling better. I hope that better reports will follow. In the mean time, I have told my family about it as many of us have Celiac and are greatly appreciative of this as a remedy for getting 'glutened'. Thanks
August, 2007


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