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February 20, 2012
Dear Valued Subscriber,

Thanks for the wonderful responses regarding our "Putting the Reins on Sugar" article.


Have a happy, healthy week. Bonnie and Steve.

Wake Up to Gluten Intolerance.


"A major problem for people with gluten sensitivity is that physicians using tests for celiac disease simply state that the client does not have celiac disease, leading uninformed patients to fend for themselves. Symptoms continue, but the yet unanswered question remains: 'Are people with gluten sensitivity at risk for the same long-term, serious systematic side effects of celiac disease?'"


Bonnie: The answer is a resounding yes. We hear this from frustrated clients on a weekly basis.


"It is time to not only recognize, but to treat and further research gluten sensitivity, as unconfirmed environmental factors continue to spread this problem further into the general population."


Steve: These quotes come from an amazing report in this month's Expert Review of Gastroenterology and Hepatology. We urge you to read more at the link below. The author refers to it as gluten sensitivity, which is simply another word for intolerance. Feel free to share it the doctors who have told you gluten intolerance is a fallacy.


Wake Up to Gluten Intolerance (continued).


Have you gone through this ordeal with gluten? Email us.


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  • Deciphering Evolution and Eating Part 5: Epigenetics.
  • Easy Way to Reduce Colon Cancer Risk.
  • Drug Interactions With Juices
  • Concerned About Mobile Radiation?
  • Gluten Intolerance Group
  • Organic Apple Slices Deal
  • Nuts: the Tale of the Tape
  • B-6 Deficiency and Inflammation
  • Sports Drinks Versus Water.
  • Blood Test for Depression
  • Making Sure Local is Here to Stay.
  • Follow Up to the Triglyceride Waist
  • Sjogren's Syndrome Update
  • eInspire

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