Margie loved almost everything about her life, including getting older. But she didn’t love some of the changes in her body that would suddenly appear. Not unless she could understand and reverse them. Two symptoms in particular bothered her.
One of these was a temporary loss of balance that caused her to lurch in the morning when she first got out of bed. It was a little disconcerting. But since it didn’t last, Margie wasn’t overly worried about this symptom alone. What worried her more were her feet. She had gradually lost most of her feeling in them. The combined losses of balance and sensation bothered Margie enough to keep searching for its reasons — and solutions.
With the help of her integrative doctor, Margie tried all sorts of treatments for neuropathy, but nothing worked. Then, for a totally unrelated reason, her doctor asked her to make a major change in her diet. And, unexpectedly, these two conditions improved.
Margie’s doctor had tested her for food sensitivities and found she was gluten-intolerant. Gluten sensitivity can contribute to irritable bowel syndrome, fibromyalgia, many autoimmune disorders, nutrient-malabsorption conditions including osteoporosis and depression ... and both brain disorders and neuropathy.
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If anything was bad for her, Margie didn’t want it. She stopped gluten completely. It can take up to a year, or even longer, to reduce symptoms caused by gluten intolerance. And you need to avoid it 100% or you may have a setback.
Margie stopped all gluten completely and she noticed improvement within a matter of weeks! Her balance improved and she began to have more feeling in her feet. This was more than enough reason for her to stay away from wheat, rye, and barley in even tiny amounts.
But a tiny amount of gluten can slip into even a strict diet, especially when you eat out. And Margie enjoyed eating in local restaurants. She didn’t want to avoid this, and she didn’t want to risk getting even a little wheat in a salad dressing, marinade, or soy sauce.
This had been a problem for me in the past as well. So I had worked with my formulators to design a supplement that digests gluten. It’s available now. Gluten Sensitivity Formula works particularly well if you ingest small amounts of gluten. Margie now takes one or two capsules whenever she eats out. And so far, her balance and neuropathy are continuing to improve. If you’re gluten intolerant or sensitive, give Gluten Sensitivity Formula a try by following this link.
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