Absorption problems lead to our
bodies not being able to absorb the minerals and nutrients from our
foods, and this leads to symptoms such as arthitis, diabetes, high
blood presure, etc. according to Dr Wallach.
is behind most chronic disease, teaches Dr Wallach and Dr Glidden.
order for nutrients to be "in our body" they must be absorbed into our
body (get into our bloodstream) through the villi in our small
intestine after the nutrients have been broken down with suficient
stomach acid. If the villi are clogged, the nutrients do not
absorbed, and they are not really "in our body" as they will then pass
through the intestines and excreted out. Clogged villi from Gluten
results in Celiac Disease, Chron's Disease, Irritable Bowell Syndrome,
and Ulcerative Colitis, according to Dr Wallach. We are then "what we
absorb". If we cannot absorb the nutrients, this leads to nutritional
Dr Wallach and Dr Glidden teach us that
when we are off of Gluten (the proteins that are undigestible and clog
up the villi in the small intestine) and given enough time and
nutrients the villi in the small intestine have great ability to
reorganize their function and structure. and
Dr Glidden teach
us the good news that given enough time off of Gluten and on a daily
basis giving our bodies the 91 essential Nutrients that it needs
according to our individual body weight, the villi grow back.
audio interview of Dr Wallach on Digestion,
Celiac Disease and Gluten Free
To Go Gluten Free
Barley, Rye and Oats - Why Gluten is Bad - and - Hells Kitchen:
Our Team And Take The Healthy Body Challenge!
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