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Can result in osteoporosis, headaches, behavioral problems, neurological problems,autism?oAnother type of celiac disease, which is “Silent Celiac Disease”:o1 in 200 people may have “silent celiac disease”. No symptoms on ingestinggluten, but a positive blood test and biopsyoPreventative gluten-free diet is usually recommended?o“Latent Celiac Disease”: positive blood test, but the endoscopy is negative, and theyhave no symptomsoUsually, “watchful waiting” without a gluten-free diet is recommendedoNon-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity: May affect 6-10% of the population – 6x as much as celiacdiseaseoNegative blood test and endoscopy, but if they go without gluten, they feelbetteroGastric problems, headaches, rasheso95% of the population is NOT gluten sensitive, but there is that 5% (1 in 20people) who may actually have non-celiac gluten sensitivityoFOOD ALLERGIES:oClassical food allergy: a reaction to some substance that can give rise to the followingsymptoms, because they give rise to antibodies that form in the body
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45oExtreme reaction of the classical food allergy is called Anaphylaxis, which is a totalcollapse of the circulatory systemoThe body’s immune system makes a mistake, and attacks a foreign substance thatactually presents no dangeroHow does the immune system do that? By generating a specific class of proteins calledantibodies. Those antibodies, upon meeting the allergen the next time, will try to get ridof itoThat reaction between the allergen and the antibodyis what is manifested in an allergicreactionoMilk, nuts, eggs, shellfish, fish are the most allergenic foodsoNobody is ever allergic upon first exposure, because the 1stexposure just triggersantibody formationoRash, blackness under the eyes, of anaphylaxisoMeat Tenderizeris an enzyme called papain, which can cause allergic reaction to somepeopleoNocebo Effect: When they fear a food, they may have a reaction to itoHYPOGLYCEMIA:oSweating, shaking, palpitations, confusion, light-headednessoYou have to be given a sugar solution, and then blood is drawn periodically afteringesting it and tested for sugar, and only if there’s a sudden drop in blood sugarafter30min~2hours indicative of hypoglycemiaoHave very small meals; usually can be controlled by dietoMyth: hyperactivity linked to sugaroSugar has a calming effect
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46oTwinkie Defense: “twinkies made me do it” – murderer in Cali who blamed twinkies forhis crime…oThe sheriff put his prisoners on ice cream diet to calm them down! This is true, becausecarbohydrates CALMNESSoWhen we eat the protein, the bond between those amino acidsgets broken, and thenthose amino acids can be absorbed from the bloodstream; and they can be absorbedeither into the brain and nervous system, orinto muscle tissueoMost of the time, we get absorption of amino acids into the brain, except forTryptophan, which is NOT well absorb in the brain (preferably absorbed in muscle cells)oWhen you eat a diet HIGH IN SUGAR, that causes insulin release. The insulin enhances
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