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Chen Ben Asher – Functional Nutrition – Are you Gluten Sensitive?
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Chen Ben Asher – Functional Nutrition – Are you Gluten Sensitive?

Gluten might be a reason for various health issues. One of the problems that won’t just go away or become better without professional help is gluten sensitive impact. It’s more than just about a trend to eat only gluten-free products. According to Celiac Disease Foundation, “gluten is a general name for the proteins found in...

Chen Ben Asher – Functional Nutrition – Silicon Valley – A Question to Think: Is soy is gluten free?
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Chen Ben Asher – Functional Nutrition – Silicon Valley – A Question to Think: Is soy is gluten free?

Soybeans which are pure do not contain gluten. This is because the protein which causes reactions in non-celiac sensitivity and celiac disease occurs only in rye, barley, and wheat. However, this does not conclude the story. Findings show that some soy contains gluten. How comes soy has gluten, and it (gluten) is only in rye, barley,...

Chen Ben Asher – Functional Nutrition – Silicon Valley – Can Villous Atrophy Also be Caused by Corn, Dairy, Soy, Parasites and Gut Infections?
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Chen Ben Asher – Functional Nutrition – Silicon Valley – Can Villous Atrophy Also be Caused by Corn, Dairy, Soy, Parasites and Gut Infections?

Villous atrophy might be an unfamiliar term for an average person, but this is a serious health problem that needs further attention to avoid it. It is important to understand what exactly this condition means and how to avoid it. The condition appears “when the microscopic cells are lining the small intestinal tract, called ‘villi’...

Chen Ben Asher – Functional Nutrition – Silicon Valley – Is Leaky Gut Rooted to Gluten Sensitivity?
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Chen Ben Asher – Functional Nutrition – Silicon Valley – Is Leaky Gut Rooted to Gluten Sensitivity?

When there is an imbalance in the gut, individuals experience intestinal and extraintestinal autoimmune, inflammatory and other disorders. Leaky gut is one of them that is important to address. New research shows its connection to gluten. There is a lot of research that shows a link between leaky gut and gluten. This connection even has a...

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