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steak on a plate with tomato contains meat glue which may be a cause of autoimmune disease

Is This Food Ingredient A Cause Of Autoimmune Disease?

Is A Common Food Ingredient A Cause of Autoimmune Disease? Research continues to show it might be a trigger by Amy Burkhart MD, RD Is meat glue, a common food ingredient, a cause of autoimmune disease? There are likely many reasons autoimmune diseases get…

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Cashews and Almonds in bowl. Both eaten to avoid magnesium deficiency

Magnesium Deficiency: Symptoms & Treatment

Magnesium Deficiency Is CommonWhy talk about magnesium? Magnesium deficiency is common and difficult to measure with blood tests. Magnesium is the fourth most abundant mineral in our bodies (following Calcium, Phosphorus, and Potassium). It is vital to health. The majority of magnesium is stored…

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Can Celiac Disease Be Contagious?

My Celiac Disease is “Contagious” by Amy Burkhart MD, RD How can celiac disease be contagious? It is an autoimmune disease. You can’t “catch” celiac disease, but the number of people with celiac disease is rising. Why? The “Spread” When I moved back to…

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POTS syndrome and gluten. Diet can affect POTS syndrome. Image is man with feet up on desk. He is sleeping

POTS syndrome: Celiac & Gluten: A Connection

POTS Syndrome And Gluten By Amy Burkhart MD, RD Does Eating Gluten Make Pots Syndrome Symptoms Worse?   POTS syndrome and gluten have a connection. POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia) is a form of dysautonomia. For some, POTS syndrome symptoms are made worse by eating…

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