On Healing Wheat Intolerance (Celiac disease) & Tinnitus

Celiac disease is a wheat intolerance. I’ve listed the symptoms below this gentleman’s testimonial, they seem to go on for ever and ever eek! Stuart Wilde www.stuartwilde.com
You know, Tom, I came to Ams with Stuart for my Celiac disease. After the event I ate lasagna in the restaurant of the hotel, which is full of wheat. Usually the wheat intolerance reaction comes 2 -3 days afterwards, but immediately I could feel no down feeling in my mind after eating, and even now after 3 full days the reaction of my body is so much less. And then my ear – I had a “boom” noise in one ear due to loud music damage (during the Queensday in Amsterdam, last April where a DJ deliberately played the music too loud), and a “siss” sound in my other ear.  I went to doctors in Germany, and with acupuncture and other treatments the “noise” has lessened – but now since Saturday the “boom” noise is almost gone and today the “siss” sound seems so much less! Rene T, Europe

Celiac disease has numerous symptoms. According to some experts, there are about 300 possible symptoms of the disease.

Different people will experience the disease in different ways because the symptoms vary greatly from one person to the next.

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Often, symptoms of celiac disease are confused with other disorders, such as irritable bowel syndrome and lactose intolerance.

Symptoms for Children

Infants and children with celiac disease tend to have digestive problems. Common symptoms for infants and children include:

  • Growth problems
  • Decreased appetite and failure to gain weight
  • Chronic diarrhea, which can be bloody
  • Chronic constipation
  • Vomiting
  • Abdominal bloating and pain
  • Fatigue
  • Irritability

Children may also show signs of malnourishment. That’s because the disease prevents the body from absorbing essential nutrients. The stomach may expand, while the thighs become thin and the buttocks flat.

For teens with celiac disease, symptoms may not occur until they are triggered by something stressful, such as:

  • Leaving home for college
  • Suffering an injury or illness
  • Pregnancy

Common symptoms for teenagers include:

  • Delayed puberty
  • Growth problems
  • Diarrhea
  • Abdominal pain and bloating
  • Weight loss
  • Fatigue
  • Irritability
  • Depression
  • Dermatitis herpetiformis (itchy skin rash that looks like eczema or poison ivy)
  • Mouth sores


Symptoms for Adults

In adults with celiac disease, the inability of the body to absorb a sufficient amount of calcium to keep bones strong often leads to osteoporosis.

Anemia, or low red blood cell count from iron deficiency, is another common problem caused by celiac disease.

Infertility and miscarriages are also potential complications of the disease.

Adults often have fewer gastrointestinal symptoms of celiac disease. Diarrhea, for example, affects only one-third of adults with the disease.

Common symptoms for adults include:

  • Iron deficiency
  • Bone or joint pain
  • Arthritis
  • Depression or anxiety
  • Bone loss or osteoporosis
  • Tingling numbness in hands and feet
  • Seizures
  • Erratic menstrual periods
  • Dermatitis herpetiformis
  • Mouth sores

Factors Influencing Symptoms

Several factors may influence the symptoms that an individual patient has, including:

  • How long the patient was breastfed
  • Age of patient when gluten was introduced to the diet
  • How much damage the disease has done to the intestine before it was diagnosed

Another factor is how much gluten the patient’s diet contained. Gluten is a type of protein. Foods that contain gluten have ingredients that include:

  • Wheat
  • Rye
  • Barley

Some patients will not have any symptoms of the disease because their intestine is still able to absorb a sufficient amount of nutrients to prevent them.

Nevertheless, the disease will still take its toll. It should be treated as early as possible to avoid possible long-term effects of the disease, such as:

  • Malnutrition
  • Liver diseases
  • Cancers of the intestine (in rare cases)

The importance of recognizing symptoms early — and beginning a gluten-free diet — is hard to overstate.

In children and teens, the disease can stunt growth and delay or shorten puberty. Hair loss and dental problems may also occur among young people who continue to eat gluten.

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Stuart Wilde (1946 – 2013) is considered by many to be the greatest metaphysical teacher that has ever lived. Most famous New Age, New Thought writers and teachers privately studied with him, or they have been greatly influenced by his work. Read the full Stuart Wilde Bio >