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Old 12-12-2006, 11:29 AM
annelb annelb is offline
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Back before the crash we had some information about gluten and endomentriosis. I stumbled across this today. This is an interview about endometriosis and dietary modification. http://www.endometriosis.org/nutrition.html
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There is also problems with gluten sensitivity, and more people are becoming gluten sensitive and I find that when I’ve taken wheat out of the diet, in 80% of the women with endometriosis, their pain subsides.”
80% improved. That is amazing! Makes one wonder if the 20% who did not have imporvement were not truly GF. A certain percent of people who go GF are not truly GF.
Anne
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Old 12-12-2006, 12:21 PM
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Here's some more info

Endo & GF Diet - Does it help?
http://www.remedyfind.com/treatments/39/1863/

It's not a scientific study, but rather peoples stories.

I was surprised to at the 80% "success rate". My bosses wife has endo. I sent her this info but I don't think she's done anything with it.
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