Natural Celiac Disease Remedies


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Posted by Liaura (Jerusalem, Israel) on 02/02/2013
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I know someone who has successfully treated a celliac patient with a method called IPEC which has been developped in Israel and the US. I think you can be treated from distance as well (skype). I have used the method for various ailments and for me it has worked wonderfully. I believe it is not only a matter of method but of practitioner. Best wishes for a better health.

Liquid Bandaid for Dermatitis Herpetiformis

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Posted by Sue (Macomb, Mi) on 09/06/2015
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I've had Celiac Disease expressed now approx.15 years.

5 days ago I had a insect bite, or spider bite on my chin, of so I thought. Self diagnosis is Dermatitis Herpetiformis. It became a deep, painful wound, swollen, red with a thick scab. Then more "bites" sneakily appearing. I became aware that these also were the beginning of DH. Using the product liquid bandage, a couple of brush strokes on each spot as they appeared quickly got them under control (no scab, no itching! ) within 24 hours. The first big red sore original one I did the same. Once the smaller ones were no longer slightly raised or pink, I knew that they were no longer active.

So far I am winning except for the "master" scab which will take a few weeks I am learning. Feeling in control today anyways!

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Posted by Anon (Anon) on 09/13/2012

When I eat wheat I get a stomach ache, and gradually a headache. Drinking half a carton of heavy whipping cream makes the pain go away.

So does psyllium fiber supplement mixed in water (1 or 2 teaspoons in a large glass of water). Psyllium also works if I feel fatigued and foggy headed after I eat something.

Sometimes eating fresh ginger, maybe an inch cube, makes the headache go away.

Replied by John H

It is wise for you to make the connection between how you feel mentally and the health of your digestive tract. Most people don't seem to think there is much of a connection, but there surely is. In fact, the colon has been referred to as the second brain by researchers due to the fact that it influences the entire body similarly to ways the brain does.

In my personal experience, when I overeat or eat too regularly what I have dubbed "colonic food" (food that seems to require a colonic to relieve the symptoms of eating, over-consumption of dairy, starch, and meat ranking high on the list), I can end up with severe depression and even suicidal symptoms, extra stress, become easily agitated, and cannot focus well. If it gets really bad, extreme fatigue and headaches can occur.

Contemplating this over the years, I can only say that it is Candida or fungus issues in the digestive tract and body paired with excess mucous and filth in the colon and body along with bacteria and likely parasites. Also toxins seem to be a big issue (all synthetic objects outgas poisons). All of these burdens we have in this modern life attribute to us not being well.

It is a bit of a taboo in our society to speak of cleansing the bowels, but it is probably the most needed and most important thing that we can do for our health. It doesn't matter if you have one or several bowel movements a day, you still need to cleanse the bowels regularly. I have had days where I have had 5 bowel movements and still removed a surprising amount of waste through the use of a high enema. Those who suffer from diarrhea need colonics just as much as those who are constipated. When fruits or other bowel moving foods give you the runs, this is a sign that your colon needs cleansing.

For those with extra sensitive digestion, you may require colonics several times a week, especially if you are not physically active, you tend to overeat, or you eat improperly on a regular basis.

It may often take two or three consecutive colonics (one or two per day) before you start removing built-up waste. Some people will try doing one colonic, not get much or anything out, and think they don't need to cleanse the colon, but these people often need colon cleansing even more than others who release waste their first time doing a colonic.

Filth in the colon is a breeding ground for parasites, bacteria, and fungus. Paired with malnutrition and toxicity, these are the cause of many or all diseases. As for gluten intolerance, one commentor above mentioned the potential for virus and fungal infections in the intestines being a main cause, and it would explain the problem. People are too willing to accept the auto-immune excuse and think that the body is just defunct. The body does not attack itself. This is a misunderstanding that allows the medical establishment to not deal with the problem, likely because they don't know or refuse to acknowledge the true cause of so called "autoimmune diseases".

Though it is not likely (due to ingrained eating habits and lack of information, knowledge, guidance and willpower), I believe it is possible for gluten intolerance suffers to be able to tolerate eating gluten products again. You will need to thoroughly cleanse and nourish the body, kill all destructive organisms, detox harmful chemicals existing in the body, and re-establish beneficial intestinal flora through use of products like primal-defense. This is the basis for healing, and there are even radical cutting edge doctors that are using methods such as these in programs to reverse the symptoms of autism in children (which is linked to intestinal health).

Colon hydrotherapy alone is not enough to bring about good health. It must be paired with responsible eating habits. To learn more, read books written by the late Dr. Bernard Jensen. Also, for ridding the body of parasites and other invaders, read the works of Dr. Hulda Clark.

Fasting can accomplish much or possibly all of what colonics accomplish, but those in bad shape will burden their bodies with toxins, and the fast may cause more damage than good. Try a 3 day apple fast or 2 day apple juice fast, and take an enema at least once a day with these fasts to help the body eliminate the toxins and wastes released. It is a good starting point to help cleanse the colon. There is even an interesting fast that was once taught by a German doctor who instructed his patients to consume for every meal a hard white dinner roll with buttermilk. The roll is to be very thoroughly masticated (to the point of being liquid) before swallowed, and a cup of the buttermilk is to be drunk with the meal. This is the only thing to be eaten for a couple of weeks, and the intestinal flora is re-established in proper balance. People who were ill had high energy levels and good health after doing this fast.

For those of you who just are not willing to do colon hydrotherapy, read the work of the master herbalist Dr. John Christopher N.D. He has herbal cleansing formulas that can do much of what a colonic will do, but it may take longer to accomplish the results, and will require a very strict diet for more serious ailments.

One thing I would like to mention is that I have noticed people who suffer from Celiac Disease often have a sweet tooth. They are addicted to sugar and sweets, which is a sign of candida overgrowth in the body. Often the candida can even be seen in their skin if you know what to look for. Compare to the skin of Barbara Bush and Andy Warhol for examples.

Lastly, those who think eating vegetables and fruit are enough for good colon health are generally wrong. Yes, you can live without colonics, but if you ever overeat or eat strange modern foods, your colon will need help eliminating. And the argument that colon hydrotherapy is not natural is also invalid, because neither are our diets, and none of us live the way wild man would live in nature, from the level of physical activity to the fresh air to the wild fresh nourishing foods eaten in their natural states and quantities, etc.

If you don't know what you are doing, and you would like to heal yourself naturally, I advise you to seek out a competent natural healer such as a naturopathic doctor. If you are unable to find one, or the one you use is not giving you results, locate a Chinese doctor who practices Traditional Chinese Medicine. They have special forms of diagnosis and can prescribe specific Chinese herbal remedies based on your condition.

There are many ways to heal. I hope this write-up can provide guidance and a starting point for those who don't know where to turn.

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Posted by Marisa (Adelaide, South Australia) on 03/11/2009
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aid in coeliacs disease, change of life style.

I had reflux, bloating, bowel discomfort, loose bowl movement, mouth ulsers, constipation, gum cysts, itchy skin, pain in joints, nervousness, fategue, depressioon, low energy, malnutrition, were all the side affects,

Aid in repairing the colon, Aloe juice on an empty stomach, herb teas no coffee, no sugar, honey instead, damiana, coltsfoot, dandilion, milk thistle, nettle, grate fresh ginger in with any 2 herbs of your choice in a tea mix, growing your own vegi's and herbs replacing minerals in your body, eating fresh fruit veg, repairing the intestine and colon as it has folate as well, garlic, to replace vitamin C: capsicums, manderins. D&K calcium & magnesium, B12: spiralina, ginger. E:fish oil & omega 3's, Folate: E&A tomatoes, mellons, cauliflour, cabbage, brussels, spinach Iron.

Stay off processed foods and wheat products, read all labels before you eat.

I feel wonderful now, stay on the diet for will learn to love it, as the benifit and wellbeing is so worth it. best wishes.

Replied by Susan
(Hamilton, Ontario Canada)

Good advice, the only thing that I would add as a celiac whose mother and daughter are also celiac, is the addition of L Glutamine 1 tsp three times a day to heal the lining of the gut. Take L Glutamine on an empty stomach for healing, and on a full stomach if you want to build muscle. Obviously, we opt for the former. Three months on this protocol has rebuilt our gut to the point where we are starting to produce our own enzymes! Yay!

Replied by Allan
(San Fernando., Trinidad)

Hi Susan, I have lost a whole lot of weight from some GI problem. I am now doing some tests to determine what it is. I need to to put back on the weight. What is the brand of L-Glutamine that you were using?

Replied by Moira

Yes I would also like to know where you bought or got your L glutamine. I was taking that for a friend who does NAET type work trying to help me with my fibro and arthritis problems which seem intimately connected with my celiac problems. Going gluten free hasn't been enough. I just saw another guy who is hawking doing the SCD diet say that celiacs need to stay away from all sugar, soy, bad oils - canola, soy, sunflower, safflower, et al - and all grains which includes the gluten free ones. Also saw stay away from potatoes except maybe sweet potatoes.

I've done numerous NAET type treatments but seem to be getting worse instead of better. I took BioKult for awhile and that seemed to help but I have slacked off in recent months and that hasn't helped me. Taking coconut oil does. I have been looking at adding coconut water into the mix to help alkalize the diet. Someone also suggested drinking either lemon or pineapple juice but the lemon water with stevia seems like it would be the way to go as I have seen this as a 'cancer' alkalizing thing online as well. The glutamine was when I was doing heavy metal detox. Thanks.

Replied by Dave
(Fountain Inn, Sc)

Hello Moira,

Re: Celiac;

Perhaps the reason that going gluten free is not enough is that lectin proteins even in the smallest amounts can bind carbs in the gut. That then continues the problem. Also if damage is already done to the villi then again, the absorption is difficult.

If you are getting a carb source to which you are sensitive (white potatoes/ nightshades in general), then the carb/lectin issue would be blocking absorption even though you've cut out your detrimental carbs from wheat/oats etc.

So...solution...IF that is the problem and with ciliac prone people, the LECTIC issue is a key. Glutamine is one of the things that can neutralize the Lectin.

Google Lectin and numerous sites will explain the Lectin/carb binding issue. Why won't the villi absorb the carbs? Because the lectin is binding to the carbs and won't let the villi take up the sticky enlarged molecule. So lectin is acting like a poison.

Lectin can even cause some forms of food poisoning.

Look for products with glutamine in them. Vitamin Research has a product called Lectin Lock that does, but look for other anti Lectin products. (I'm not endorsing a brand. But there are four or five substances that can "bind" lectin, before it "binds" carbs causing deficiency in the absorption process.)

You're on the right track looking at Glutamine.

What enzymes are you taking?

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Posted by Wendy (Plover, WI U.S.A.) on 10/29/2007
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Celiac causes many health issues. Diabetes, fibromyalgia,blemishes, yeast, MS,attention deficient, lupus, cancer, eczema, psoriasis, low thyroid, arthritis, acid reflux and many more. Good Book- Dangerous Grains by Braly Diet- eating no dairy or grains, Vit B12 methycobalamin shot, Vit D3, HCl and enzymes with meals, dairy free acidophlus when stomach acid is low helps. I also did LDN. I don't like drugs but LDN helps since there is so much hidden dairy and gluten it is hard to avoid it. I take 41 vitamins since my intestines are not absorbing as much as they should right now.People do not see my MS. I take things to counteract it like coenzyme Q10, rhodiola,biotin, carnitine, acetyl carnitine which helps the mitochondria work better which also helps fibromyalagia people too. I take the good oils:fish oil, evening primrose oil, Krill oil,lecithin, phoshpadityl serine/DMAE.

Paprika Spice

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Posted by Anisa (USA) on 02/27/2006
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I am gluten intolerant. However, after reading about it in one of my home remedy books, I started to add paprika to all of my meals (except breakfast). I also take paprika capsules (3/day). It's been wonderful

Replied by David Miles
(Tegcuigalpa, Honduras)

Has the papkira spice added to your food eliminated the gluten problem?

Selsun Blue

Posted by Rich (Boca Raton, Fl) on 03/29/2009

I was told by someone with Celiac Disease that they used to get rashes break out under their eyes (due to the Celiac). He experimented with Prescription Strength (2.5% Selenium Sulfide) Selsun Blue. He no longer gets these rashes (but he also avoids Gluten). So Selsun Blue MAY help with the rashes associated with this disease. I heard from another person that this remedy cures Tinea Versicolor as well.

Wheat Varieties

Posted by Al (Alvena, Sk., Canada) on 09/16/2012

While thinking my wife had a wheat allergy due to red spots on skin/itchiness I was looking for a wheat flour that was 100% whole grain to get more fiber in my diet to help relieve constipation due to narcotic pain killers I located a flour made from RED FIFE wheat at a local organic farmer. He told me that celiac's were able to eat it due to the different glielin composition in the gluten. Shortly after my wife was diagnosed with celiac disease and when I finally convinced her to try eating this flour once she had no reaction to it and started using it regularly. Six months later she was retested and found to no longer have celiac disease. I informed the organic farmer of this and he then explained that the varieties of wheat grown now are modified for production and protein content and that they are actually causing celiac disease. He is now also growing MARQUIS wheat which has better baking qualities but has the same glielins as RED FIFE wheat. Those of you with celiac disease that would like to try it and can't find a source may email me at gustafsonal(at) and I will send you the contact information for this farmer. Al

Replied by Meime
(Osaka, Japan)

Hi.. I beleive you about that different organic wheat varieties do not cause flare ups.. As when my husband got me some bread made by a different wheat type.. I had no reactions.... though I cannot remember that name now..~!!

Replied by Al
(Alvena, Sk., Canada)

The Marquis and Red Fife varieties of wheat are old varieties of wheat that were grown in large quantities in North America and Europe prior to genetically modified and highly cross bred varieties. I don't believe that the organically grown aspect is a factor in how it works but is a definite plus.

Replied by Tammy
(Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan)

Hi. I do believe I have gluten allergy. Anyone in Sask know of good places to buy gluten-free products?

Replied by Ed2010
(Oakville, Canada)

hi Tammy, you can contact Al from Alvena, Sk., Canada above... his email address is posted. It is better to try for cure, than to relieve the symptoms. He is also from SK. Good Health

Replied by Nicole

I know this post was years back or if this is even going to get back to you, but can you know anything else about the red fife wheat. As I am also suffering from celiac.

(faithville, Us)

Where to Buy - Canada

Posted by Ed2010 (Canada) on 04/07/2014

Treatments on celiac disease is very less on EC. As one user posted he used Red Fife Wheat to cure Celiac. I am posting this link to buy Red Fyfe wheat or Red Fyfe Wheat Flour in Canada. Good Health .

Replied by Ed2010

It is also spelled Red Fife. Named after the Wheat color Red and the farmer who first cultivated in Canada David Fife. There are many organic farmers who cultivate this Red Fife Wheat in Canada. Good News. good health

Replied by Nicole

Does this bread cure celiac disease?

(faithville, Us)

Nicole, It does not cure it merely takes some trauma off the system while it has a chance to bounce back. Celiac is not fun. I knew a very young lady at the allergy clinic who suffered with this. She ate corn chips and longed for bread. Ted has the most insights and here is his link for things to use to heal your intestinal villa. Blessings to you, Godspeed, Charity

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