Gluten Intolerance and hidden food allergies or sensitivities to common foods actually cause cravings for those foods, and a whole host of other symptoms.
More than 300 symptoms could be caused by the consumption of gluten, yet a very small percentage of the population knows it could be fueling the cause.
Do you know someone — a friend, family member, even yourself — who thinks they may be sensitive to gluten or with any of the following symptoms:
* Brain fog?
* Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)?
* Unexplained rashes?
* Digestive issues?
* Thyroid problems?
* Unexplained weight loss (or gain)?
* Joint pain?
All of these, AND MORE, could be caused by gluten in one’s diet.
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What Are Food Allergies?
Food allergies are more common than people think. In a recent poll of almost 1,000 U.S. physicians, it was estimated that somewhere between 12 and 19 percent of adults and 15 to 21 percent of infants have food allergies. These numbers are thought to be much higher because many doctors do not have training in food allergies and do not know how to diagnose them.
The term food allergy actually comes from the two Greek words “also” (other) and “argon” (action). When you eat something that you are allergic to, you have a reaction different than you would normally expect.
Severe food allergies have a direct and brutal impact on the immune system. For example, many people have severe allergies to peanut products. When they consume peanuts, or anything that has peanuts in it, they immediately have a reaction. The reaction can range from gasping and wheezing, to a closing of the esophagus. Peanut allergies can also cause skin irritations.
Diana Walker, Cravings Coach