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celiac disease
Posted by: Jan
Date: June 26, 2000 2:07 AM

My daughter has been recently diagnosed with celiac disease. The only treatment I am aware of is diet therapy, which means cutting out wheat, barley, oats, and rye. Is there any therapy out there to reverse this disease so she can eat normally again or will she have to stay on this diet the rest of her life? Where can we go for help?

RE: celiac disease
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, MD
Date: June 26, 2000 10:07 AM

Of course she must eat a gluten-free diet. Even grains which do not contain gluten, such as oats, may have been stored in silos previously used for storage of wheat and thus have gluten anyway, so it is important to find certified gluten-free foods. (These exist.) The German SanPharma isopathic remedies have a good effect on celiac disease. The disorder is often complicated by damage and chronic infection to the gut wall and the SanPharmas remedies have a good effect on them. As to where to go for help, try to find a person who is skilled with these remedies.

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