If you experience gastrointestinal distress when you eat foods containing gluten but you have tested negative for celiac, you may be suffering from non-celiac gluten sensitivity. While you and your doctor may desire to further explore a celiac sprue disease diagnosis through additional testing, you should also understand that you may ultimately still test negative.
Eliminate Gluten From Your Diet
If you or your doctor determine that you are gluten sensitive but do not have celiac disease, you still need to take the exact same precautions. You need to completely remove gluten from your diet and take steps to help heal your digestive tract.
Gluten is primarily found in foods containing grains like spelt, wheat, rye and barley. However, because of the way oats are processed, especially in the United States, wheat cross-contamination often occurs with oats, so you should steer clear of most oats as well.
The real trick, however, is understanding that gluten may hide in a number of additional locations. For example if you are taking any medications or supplements, you may want to contact the manufacturers to make certain gluten is not used as a filler or binder.
Heal Your Bowel
After you have eliminated gluten from your diet, you should gradually experience improvement in your overall health. However, you can help the process along by integrating some new healthy habits into your routine.
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In general, someone recovering from the damage done by gluten should treat their intestines with tremendous care. This means eating as much natural, organic food as possible.
I suggest integrating psyllium husks for fiber and probiotics to help your small intestine process its contents. Additionally, you might try a papaya enzyme (if it is gluten-free) to help kick start the digestive process in your mouth.
Between a gluten-free diet, a diet integrating more natural and organic foods and some key supplements to help your small intestines do their work, you should be well on your way to better health and a better life.
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