Natural Celiac Disease Remedies

Posted by Liaura (Jerusalem, Israel) on 02/02/2013
5 out of 5 stars

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.

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

Wheat Varieties
Posted by Meime (Osaka, Japan) on 10/13/2012

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..~!!

Wheat Varieties
Posted by Al (Alvena, Sk., Canada) on 11/12/2012

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.

Wheat Varieties
Posted by Tammy (Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan) on 02/23/2013

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

Wheat Varieties
Posted by Ed2010 (Oakville, Canada) on 02/23/2013

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

Wheat Varieties
Posted by Nicole (Bakersfield ) on 08/21/2021

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.

Wheat Varieties
Posted by Charity (faithville, Us) on 08/21/2021

Dr Berg Gives Best Tip on Autoimmune Disorders & Conditions | Autoimmune Diseases - YouTube

I know a lot about the stomach

Multiple Remedies
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.

Gluten Sensitivity
Posted by Mahim (Delhi, India) on 08/10/2012

I was tested for Celiac and Gluten. My blood test came out ok but whenever I eat any Gluten products I have some physical problems. Please give me your feedback what to use for gluten sensitivity. This is a wonderful website I found. Thanks to all wonderful people who is posting here and helping each other.

Gluten Sensitivity
Posted by Lisa (Thousand Oaks, Ca, Usa) on 08/10/2012

Hi Mahim, Although your blood came out "okay", the fact that you have a reaction to gluten products should be evidence enough that they are not good for you. Many people, more than realize it, are gluten sensitive. It can cause chronic inflammation in those who have this sensitivity. I have had several friends who had chronic problems that plagued them and then upon going gluten- free, all problems cleared up! Some immediately began to lose unwanted weight, others, their skin cleared up, stomach pain disappeared. It can be at the root of many issues. The best thing for this is to steer clear of gluten. Hope this helps, Lisa

Gluten Sensitivity
Posted by Prioris (Fl) on 02/07/2014

Those are reasonable ingredients for store bought bread. What I recommend with the pasta is make your own. First couple times you do it, it seems difficult but once you get the hang of it, it starts becoming easy. The manual machine that I have costs around $35. You have complete control of what you put in pasta and what you make it out of. Plus it tastes better than store bought. You can also make your own bread. This may allow you to find out what doesn't and doesn't effect you. The most simple pasta is just flour and eggs.

Gluten Sensitivity
Posted by Man (Sojouring America) on 02/08/2014

Thank you Prioris and Mama and Mike.

I appreciate the responses. I did not eat any grains last night and I feel fine. Eggs, scrambled, boiled, and I ate homemade sauerkraut and raw cabbage. None of that negativity mental state last night.

Gluten Sensitivity
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee, Usa) on 02/09/2014

Dear Prioris,

Thanks for the tip on improving shelf life of bread. I have not heard of doing that and will give it a try!

~Mama to Many~

Gluten Sensitivity
Posted by John H (Pa) on 09/18/2015

In regards to stale home-made bread: Lightly toasting a slice of stale bread will make it fresh again. Try it, you will be surprised in the difference.

General Feedback
Posted by Kristal (Redondo Beach, California, Usa) on 11/23/2011

I have recently learned that I have a gluten sensitivity and my husband has celiac disease (cd). I don't know if I have cd yet, but I plan on getting tested. I have recently read that gluten intolerance has been linked to over 200 diseases. I have GERD and get sick very easily. My husband is anemic and has chronic fatigue and ringing in his ears. It can cause many other issues like weight gain or loss, migraines, infertility, irritiable bowel syndrome. If ACV is not helping all your issues, I recommend getting tested for gluten sensitivity/intolerance. Your regular doctor can do a blood test, a holistic chiropractor can do a resistence test, or you can send a stool sample to (the most expensive option). Enterolab can also test for the gene for celiac disease.

General Feedback
Posted by Popa Tom (Arlington, Texas, USA) on 11/27/2011

kristil & hubby,

virgin coconut oil, [3.5tblspns daily, min. ] for cd,

coconut flour is gluten free.

good health & God bless

Gluten Sensitivity
Posted by Gean (Salina, Ks) on 10/14/2009

I have a question about gluten sensitivity. I have read and heard first-hand some horror stories about people going very strict off gluten, and then either purposely or accidentally having some gluten, and then developing very severe, irreversable illness (fibromyalgia in one case). I am wondering if it is wise to go very, very strict off gluten, like not a drop, and become so sensitized to it that an accidental ingestion at some point would put you into some auto-immune disorder. For those that are not life-threateningly sensitive to gluten, but still very sensitive, I wonder if minute amounts on a daily or weekly basis would be wiser, to keep yourself somewhat desensitized (like some form of vaccine). If anyone has any light on this subject, I would much appreciate it, as I recently realized my daughter is gluten sensitive, but I don't want her to have the same experience as others I've heard about. Thank you very much.

Gluten Sensitivity
Posted by Lisa (Coto De Caza, Ca) on 10/21/2009

I'm gluten sensitive also and have noticed that since I've been very strict off gluten, I am now more sensitive to accidental ingestion. HOWEVER, it didn't give me a autoimmune disease or anything else (probably since I already have Chronic Fatigue syndrome, mercury toxicity and other problems). Ingesting gluten on a regular basis may actually lower your immune since gluten can degrade the villi in your intestine. This causes nutrients from your food to NOT be absorbed.

I have heard that some people have gluten problems that affect the brain. I can't remember the name, but they have serious problems. For some, gluten cannot be broken down and will cause an opiod (sp) effect like those with autism. For some, it is in the gut.

Going gluten free has made my overall/ everyday health a lot better. Ingesting gluten gives me a stomach ache and fatigue the next day. Ingesting small amounts just makes me a little sick everyday instead of sick every once in a while.

Multiple Remedies
Posted by Allan (San Fernando., Trinidad) on 05/18/2013

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?

General Feedback
Posted by Dawn (Santa Ana, California) on 01/19/2009

I have a friend with 'wheat gluten intolerance" or Celiac Disease. He is getting married and would like to take his bride-to-be to a tropical paradise but is having a problem finding somewhere that can accommodate his dietary needs. Any suggestions?

Dietary Recommendations
Posted by Marjorie (Payneville, KY) on 12/09/2008

Under Dietary Suggestions # 1 from Autralia 9/2/08, the remedy that talks about butter, cream,ayurvedic remedy of a mix of ghee + ginger powder + some brown sugar & fat of grass feed sheep, etc. I would love the detailed remedy for gluten intolerence-- Marjorie

Aloe Vera
Posted by Eileen (Monroe, NY) on 11/16/2007
5 out of 5 stars

Aloe vera been using for 3 weeks now to heal from celiac disease - helped soothe and along with diet I'm seeing improvement

Aloe Vera
Posted by Somi (Doha, Qatar) on 02/14/2013

I have celiac disease, I heard ALOE VERA is best to treat this disease.. I want to know how to use it, should I take juice of ALOE or aloe gel? and how long I should take it to recover?

Enzymes, Cat's Claw (Herb), Probiotics
Posted by Chris (Denver, CO) on 12/03/2006
5 out of 5 stars

I've had celiac disease since I was 2, but at the time the doctors thought I would grow out of it once I'm 7. I ate"normally" for about 12 years and a host of problems began. My intestinal biopsy showed scarring. My chiropractor (this is 20 years later) suggested to take extremely strong enzymes to handle the scarring and improve my nutrient intake, a cat's claw supplement and pro-biotics. (There are several really strong "systemic enzymes" to be found on the Internet). Note: I'm also sticking to the gluten-free diet. On the enzymes, I'm following one website that said to increase the amount by a capsule until I feel they are working. I've been taking anywhere between 5 and 15 enzyme capsules a day for about 3 months now and feel great! Also my nails look better and my hair has started to grow back (alopecia).

Enzymes, Cat's Claw (Herb), Probiotics
Posted by Christina (Bergen, Ny) on 11/27/2009

Where did you purchase the "systemic enzymes" that helped the growth of your hair. My husband has alopecia and would be interested in trying these enzymes. thanks.


Enzymes, Cat's Claw (Herb), Probiotics
Posted by Patty (Jackson, Ms) on 08/28/2011


Enzymes, Cat's Claw (Herb), Probiotics
Posted by Kathy (Waukesha, Wi) on 01/21/2012

The best systemic enzymes on the market are sold at by Dr. William Wong. I can't live without them.

Enzymes, Cat's Claw (Herb), Probiotics
Posted by Linda (Portland, Or) on 09/11/2013

Would you mind sharing the brand of enzyme product you are finding so helpful?

Paprika Spice
Posted by David Miles (Tegcuigalpa, Honduras) on 09/26/2010

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

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