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(I found you via gluten free goddess - hi :) I hav...

2007-07-15T07:52:00.000-06:00

(I found you via gluten free goddess - hi :) I have wondered about the diff between celiac and intolerance, too. i had terrible eczema since the age of nine, then at 21 went to a kinesiologist who said i had a wheat intolerance. i stopped eating wheat and the rashes disappeared, only to come back if i eat start eating wheat again. i've been curious about the celiac's "ripping intestines" thing because in no way do i ever get that. but i do get intense bloating, and constipation, and stuffed up, and this oddest thing: sleepiness to the point of near narcolepsy. and i crave wheat all the time, even when i've been off it for months. it's like a heroin addiction that never goes away :) it's this latter symptom that really interests me as i wonder about what happens neurochemicaly. is it similar to opiates and the "pleasure pathway" in the brain? do we wheat (or other "allergens") intolerants have some sort of neuro reaction much like an alcoholic? i think of native americans and their intolerance/addiction for alcohol and i can't help but wonder what the underlying issue is - is it the sugar? the grain(s) they are processed from? as a biochemist, do you have thoughts on this?



Hmmm, I don't think I like that Dr.'s explanation ...

2007-07-02T19:22:00.000-06:00

Hmmm, I don't think I like that Dr.'s explanation either! I really enjoyed reading your thoughts and explanations. Best wishes o your degree!

Karen
http://glutenfreefoodreviews.com



I don't have any egg-free recipes here, because I ...

2007-07-02T15:36:00.000-06:00

I don't have any egg-free recipes here, because I do a lot of baking for Hildegard, our cello teacher. She has a soy sensitivity and the best egg substitute I know is a teaspoon and a half of soy powder and a tablespoon of water.



Thank you for this explanation. It made a lot of ...

2007-07-02T15:07:00.000-06:00

Thank you for this explanation. It made a lot of sense to me. My almost four year old has a sensitivity to gluten, corn and egg.



Here is some research on these exorphins and glute...

2007-07-02T12:26:00.000-06:00

Here is some research on these exorphins and gluten intolerance :)

http://www.npif.no/forskning/

(The abstracts in english, the site in norwegian)