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Proof That A Gluten-Free Diet For Fibromyalgia Really Works
Monday 10 April 2017
Proof that a gluten-free diet for fibromyalgia really works
Have you considered trying the gluten-free diet to find relief from fibromyalgia? If you are curious about the diet and its ability to reduce symptoms, then you want to pay attention to the following research.
Several studies have shown that a gluten-free diet can work for fibromyalgia patients and provide relief from common symptoms. According to the research, it is important to note that the gluten-free (GF) diet may help both fibromyalgia (FM) patients with and without celiac disease. Before you start a new diet, you should consult a doctor, but first consider the following studies.
Gluten-free diet for fibromyalgia helps non-celiac gluten sensitivity
A study published in Rheumatology International reveals that fibromyalgia patients who have not been diagnosed with celiac disease may still benefit from going on the gluten-free diet. Researchers point out that it is possible for these patients to have non-celiac gluten sensitivity. This means that the celiac disease tests come back negative, but the patients are still reacting to gluten.
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