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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Celiac Disease and Joint Pain

Although it may seem that Celiac Disease and Arthritis are not related, a connection between the two can exist. It is reported that not only Celiac Disease, but also sensitivity to gluten can result in joint pain, amongst others, and a gluten-free diet could be a great aid in easing these (arthritis) symptoms where the latter is concerned.

You may not have been aware of it, but it could well be that you are very sensitive to gluten and just like with Celiac Disease, this can lead to painful joints. When you are already diagnosed with Arthritis, the last thing you need is adding to the already existing pain, but it could also turn out that you may not have Arthritis at all.

Even with the symptoms being similar that doesn't mean you are either sensitive to gluten, have Celiac Disease, have, or don't have Arthritis. What it does mean is that you can ask your doctor to have some tests done to eliminate one or the other, know for sure and, in case of gluten-sensitivity or Celiac Disease, switch over to a gluten-free diet which could relief your joint pain.

Physical pain is not something that is easy to live with and when there is a possibility to alleviate or eliminate it then we grab it with both hands. We are usually not that quick in doing so when it concerns matters of the mind and heart, even when the solution is so close at hand.

God will not only alleviate, but also eliminate the hurt by giving all that is needed!

Psalm 121:1-2
"I will lift up my eyes to the hills— From whence comes my help? My help comes from the LORD, Who made heaven and earth."


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