What you thought were Symptoms of getting old, that included headaches, insomnia, fatigue, osteoporosis, anemia, and–worst of all–frequent bouts of constipation and/or diarrhea, gas, maybe only “related” but not to Age itself…
You may have developed with age, a sensitivity to gluten, a type of protein in wheat, oat, rye, and barley grains, or just a single sensitivity to wheat.
As an experiment, stop eating any related foods containing all grains and begin avoiding gluten content hidden in a wide range of foods.
Gluten is cheap and is added as filler, to a wide range of foods such as canned soup, soy sauce, etc.
Within days your symptoms will likely be dramatically reduced. Stay off all of the above-mentioned grains, particularly anything with even a trace of wheat.
Man Has Not Fully Yet Adjusted To Grain, As A Food, Grain Consumption Is A Relatively Newcomer,
Celiac Disease, A Gut Damaging Reaction That Destroys your gut ability to absorb nutrients. Maybe 5% of Seniors. `1 to 2% of the younger population.
GS gluten sensitivity…. or intolerance. As many as 25% of Seniors may have developed or are developing.
Wheat Sensitivity Reaction. One doctor claims nearly 50% of his senior patients have developed a wheat sensitivity and benefit greatly from avoiding all wheat products with some dramatic results in improved health.
Wheat and gluten sensitivity….appears to worsen as you age.
Gluten and wheat products are often hidden in many refined foods, such as soy sauce, low-fat and non-fat products, and even in some supplements, it is used as filler in many processed foods.
The average time taken to diagnose celiac disease ranges from 8 years reported in Italy (shortest) to the U.S. reported an average of doctoring for the symptoms (including numerous medications and hospitalizations) for 12 years before correctly diagnosed.
Those who have tried the two-week test that was affected have been delighted to find such a simple sudden solution, often years of misery fixed in two weeks at no cost.
Much of man’s ailments today are a direct result of food input that your body was not made to handle. As you age the ability to handle these “not on your ancestor’s menu”, tolerance of these foods lessens.
This includes Diabetes.
Simply getting off all foods, (not just grains) your body was not made to handle, shows dramatic results and many surprise fixes you had no idea were related to food input.