Is this a gluten sensitivity root cure? You may want to try this.

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lymedriven
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   Posted 8/9/2016 1:15 PM (GMT -6)   
I want to share something I did that improved digestion and made me not react weird to eating gluten products nearly as much. Not saying this is a cure, or anything...but maybe there is a direct connection.

Who really knows the root of gluten sensitivity..genetic? deficiency? both? parasites..??well who knows, but i'm loooking for the source of the problem in nutrients.

It's extremely simple,extemely cheap, everyone has this miracle nutrient in their house most likely everybody on the forum. what i did below


i'm not sure if this will work or exact reason why it's helping or if it's the source of the gluten sensitive problem...but it's helping me digest/fix sensitivty to gluten almost possibly instantly.

Take 1/4 tsp salt a day in the morning..mix with juice or water.....iodized or natural sea salt works. drink...that's it!

That's it...... if anyone has experience with this...PLEASE SHARE because it seems to be working....INCREDIBLY!

daily value of salt is 3400 mg...too bad it's salt is demonized when it's an essential nutrient.

Salt helps nuerons in the brain fire...as well as supports gastric acid production! the hcl. My dry skin is dissappearing also


disclaimer...do not try this without consulting with a health professional first.

Post Edited (lymedriven) : 8/9/2016 1:19:51 PM (GMT-6)


TroubledTurds
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   Posted 8/9/2016 9:19 PM (GMT -6)   
so ,,,,, how many mg's in a quarter teaspoon ?

*edit*

1/4 teaspoon salt = 575 mg sodium


so ,,,,,, since the average American gets 3400mg/day is that 1/4 teaspoon gonna make that much difference ?

did you mean like a quarter cup ????
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current supplements:vit D, cal/mag, Psyllium Seed powder/Heather's Acacia fiber/ L-Glutamine/Hemp powder slurry 1x/week - grain free/paleoish diet that includes 100% grass fed beef, raw goat milk, & local organic free range eggs, lots of all natural well water, exercise, sleep as much as possible & enjoy this great life that God has blessed me with :-)

Post Edited (soynomore) : 8/9/2016 9:24:40 PM (GMT-6)


lymedriven
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   Posted 8/9/2016 11:44 PM (GMT -6)   
.......well what i mean is that...if you supplement 1/4 tsp a day...that 1/4 tsp or about 540 mg extra everyday, so it's definetely a way to increase overall levels.

I wouldn't take a huge dose of salt at once, might be better to start off slow for safety. this is why i stick to 1/4 tsp. it seems this is a good dose to get some extra salt in.


only about 540mg in 1/4 tsp. soo in reality....its not near the recommended daily amount which is much more...

:) .... your brand may be slightly different amount... 1/4 tsp serving size will also have the mg amount on the label.

if you try this...CAN YOU REPORT BACK IF IT WORKS! :) thx///

Post Edited (lymedriven) : 8/9/2016 11:49:40 PM (GMT-6)


TroubledTurds
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   Posted 8/10/2016 8:54 AM (GMT -6)   
hmmm, well i don't know exactly (or even remotely) how much my daily sodium intake is, but maybe i'll try adding a specific amount everyday and see what happens -

btw, i don't suffer with CD, but i do deal with a close cousin, grain intolerance -
but i'm always loking at the celiac forum for interesting ideas like yours that may be applicable for my deal - so thanks for sharing -
dx'd with pancolitis 12/21/03
current supplements:vit D, cal/mag, Psyllium Seed powder/Heather's Acacia fiber/ L-Glutamine/Hemp powder slurry 1x/week - grain free/paleoish diet that includes 100% grass fed beef, raw goat milk, & local organic free range eggs, lots of all natural well water, exercise, sleep as much as possible & enjoy this great life that God has blessed me with :-)

lymedriven
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   Posted 8/11/2016 11:16 AM (GMT -6)   
if you can create a post letting us know if it seem to help.

I usually took it with meals and realized non sensitivity little or no at all to wheat products.

sodium chloride is actually an essential componenet of gastric acid/ optimimal hcl production

cyclinglady
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   Posted 8/12/2016 12:23 PM (GMT -6)   
Really?

The cure to gluten sensitivity is completely eliminating gluten from your diet. For celiacs, this includes gluten derived from wheat, barley and rye.

https://www.gluten.org/resources/getting-started/celiac-disease-non-celiac-sensitivity-or-wheat-allergy-what-is-the-difference/

I must say that the mind does do amazing things in terms of healing, but I would not recommend a salt cure.

lymedriven
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   Posted 8/14/2016 11:45 PM (GMT -6)   
^^ somewhat true....but one has to wonder what causes the sensitivity(or autoimmune disorder) reaction to gluten in the first place? since unknown, the actual source of the problem can be pretty much anything.

not saying this is a cure...but if we are thinking in terms of a source or root cause...i can think of two things.....the source being 1) genetic. or 2) a trace mineral deficiency/imbalance

our soils nowdays are supposed to be depleted of many trace minerals as well. salt has also been looked down upon when it is an essential nutrient.

just something to open people's mind to the idea that a root cause may be at play

cyclinglady
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   Posted 8/16/2016 11:31 PM (GMT -6)   
Celiac disease is the only autoimmune disorder that is proven to be genetic. Not all folks (about 30% of the population have the celiac genes) go on to develop CD. Science has not determined the cause, but I have yet (in my personal research) to come across salt or a mineral deficency as a trigger for CD. You can be vitamin and mineral deficient if you have CD because you can be malnourished due to a damaged small intestine. Best to have your doctor run lab tests to determine any deficiencies.
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