My private practice for over a decade was focused on digestive health and the gut-brain axis, with very left-brain pursuits of tracking food consumption, creating meal plans, and measuring and evaluating blood, stool, saliva, and urine tests. Oh and cooking classes, of course. I was a steadfast believer that the key to all health is based on what we choose to eat and that this health can be measured and tracked by lab tests. I was wrong. I apologize for how many I have lead on this path, instead of supporting you to to create and follow your own.
New Urine Test Could Prove Beneficial in Tracking Gluten Free Diet Adherence and Cross-Contamination
A new urine test is on the market that could help with tracking gluten free diet adherence and whether your patients and clients are unknowingly getting gluten cross-contamination.
Is it necessary to screen for celiac disease in adult idiopathic osteoporosis? A response longer than intended.
If so many of us with celiac disease also have low bone mineral density, is the reverse true and do a large percentage of those diagnosed with osteoporosis have celiac disease and therefore is testing of ALL osteoporotic patients for celiac disease warranted? What does the research say…