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If you’ve been reading or watching the news surrounding health and diet in the past few years, chances are you’ve heard of gluten.

More than likely, you’ve heard about the wonders and miracles that come about from having a gluten-free diet.

But what is gluten, and what exactly does it do to your body?

Discover the truth about gluten and your digestive system below.

What Is Gluten?

Gluten is the part of many grain products that gives them the chewy texture that many people enjoy, as well as giving products like bread the ability to rise when baked, providing the airy, fluffy texture.

It acts as a binding agent as well, holding the bread together.

gluThis is why gluten-free breads tend to be a bit crumblier than their gluten-filled counterparts.

Gluten actually refers to a family of proteins in these grain products, rather than a singular one.

Glutenin and gliadin are the main proteins found in gluten, of which gliadin is mainly responsible for many of the negative side effects reported for consuming gluten products.

Dietary Sources of Gluten

Gluten is found in grains such as wheat, rye, barley, and spelt.

This means that many foods considered staples in our diet contain gluten, like our morning toast, our pasta for lunch, and even that beer we had with our dinner.

Seemingly, these days almost every part of our diet has gluten in one way or another.

But the important question is, does this pose a problem?

For a portion of the population, this seems to be the case.

Problems Associated With Gluten

Although it's generally a good idea to avoid gluten in your diet, certain parts of the population need to be more careful than others.

For the unlucky ones, there are varying degrees to which gluten can wreak havoc on your body and its many systems, such as the digestive system, immune system, and cardiovascular system.

The following describes the different ways your body might react negatively to gluten.

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1. Celiac Disease

Celiac disease is the most severe reaction your body can have to gluten.

Celiac disease happens to fall in the category of autoimmune disorders, which essentially means the body’s immune system starts to attack other parts of the body because it mislabels them as foreign invaders.

In the case of celiac disease, gluten acts as the trigger to this attack response, and the immune system works systematically to destroy the gluten, with the lining of the gut being collateral damage.

Damage to the intestine can result in a loss of ability to absorb nutrients from the food you eat, which leads to nutrient deficiencies, anemia, chronic diarrhea, weight loss, severe digestive issues, and an increased risk for many other conditions.

Unfortunately, many individuals might not even know they have celiac disease until the damage has already been done, as common symptoms in earlier stages are similar to regular indigestion, such as discomfort, bloating, and constipation.

2. Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity

Before you panic, you may have these symptoms without actually having celiac disease.

Non-celiac gluten sensitivity is a condition that presents itself similarly to celiac disease but does not involve an autoimmune response.

This means that there is less damage done to the gut or intestinal lining; however, consuming gluten while having this condition can still result in painful symptoms like abdominal pain, constipation, and diarrhea.

However, there may be real damage done to the

3. Allergies to Wheat

For some individuals, any digestive problems following eating gluten products might simply be an allergy to wheat.

Since celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity are harder to diagnose, you might first consider the possibility of a wheat allergy if there are consistent digestive problems after you eat food with gluten in it.

4. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

Although irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS for short, is not caused by gluten, there are studies that show a benefit in eating a gluten-free diet for those suffering from the condition.

More specifically, there are certain variations of IBS that may benefit from a gluten-free diet, so the strict nature of eliminating gluten may sometimes present itself as the best option.

5. Dermatitis Herpetiformis

Some problems with gluten intolerance can present themselves on the outside of the body as well.

One of the most obvious examples of this is dermatitis herpetiformis, which Reunala best described in the journal Annals of Medicine as celiac disease of the skin.

Dermatitis herpetiformis is characterized by a blistering rash that appears after consumption of gluten.

Unfortunately for people with this condition, digestive problems indicative of celiac disease can also occur in concurrence to the skin problems.

On the bright side, due to the visible nature of this condition, you are more likely to notice immediately that the reaction you are having is more than just simple indigestion.

Contact Annex Naturopathic

As you can see, many, if not all, of the conditions that involve having to be careful around gluten have similar symptoms.

Here at Annex Naturopathic, we've treated a number of patients with digestive health concerns, with gluten intolerance being only one of the many concerns commonly treated.

If you’re unsure of whether or not you may have one of these conditions, or even if you’re simply unhappy with your digestive health, contact us at Annex Naturopathic.


 

If you’re curious to learn more about this subject or would like to consult with one of our NDs feel free to book a visit or contact us.

Yours in Health,


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The summer is officially here!

This is a time where drinks of all kinds are being abundantly consumed to battle the heat and stay hydrated.

Many people tend to go for more refreshing beverages such as lemonade, pop, fruit juices, and electrolyte drinks.

But while these may be refreshing in the moment, they aren’t the best choices as they are typically riddled with sugar, which actually works against our bodies and can perpetuate dehydration.

One of the best ways to stay cool, hydrated and nourished is to consume herbal iced teas - not the store-bought kind, but ones you can easily make at home with ingredients you can find at a Toronto naturopathic herbal dispensary.

These not only taste great, they'll keep you cool and provide a plethora of essential vitamins and minerals to keep you hydrated and energetic in the energy-depleting heat.

Hibiscus Flowers

One of my favourite iced teas to make in the summer is made from hibiscus flowers.

Hibiscus is a tasty and beautiful herb that can help us in many ways.

It’s extremely rich in vitamin C and antioxidants such as polyphenols like quercetin.

It helps your body absorb B12 and provides a healthy amount of chromium, a mineral that helps regulate blood sugar levels.

Hibiscus has been well-researched and found to help with maintaining healthy cholesterol and blood pressure levels.

In Egypt, hibiscus is traditionally consumed to regulate body temperature, and for fluid balance.

And, being in the middle of a desert, the Egyptians know a thing or two about staying cool in the heat.

This makes hibiscus a pretty useful herb to drink during the summer heat.

Make Your Own Hibiscus Iced Tea

Making your own hibiscus iced tea is super easy.

You can drink it on its own, but because of its potency some like to dilute it with sparkling water.

You can also get creative with it and make some fun summer cocktails – I find it goes well with gin or vodka.

Hibiscus is generally considered safe, but if you’re on medication, it’s best to consult with a healthcare provider who is familiar with drug-herb interactions before consumption.

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Ingredients For Hibiscus Iced Tea

This might be the simplest recipe you can find – it only has two ingredients.

To make hibiscus iced tea, you'll need:

• 1/2 cup of dried hibiscus flowers
• 1 litre of cold water

Instructions For Hibiscus Iced Tea

Combine the hibiscus flowers to the cold water in a pitcher and let it steep in the refrigerator for about 8 hours.

Strain out the flowers and enjoy the infusion over ice.

It can be quite tart, so if that's not your thing you can always sweeten it with a bit of honey, or add some lime or lemon for a more citrus-y taste.

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A hibiscus iced tea is a refreshing way to stay cool during the summer, but it's only the beginning.

There are a number of different herbs with properties that can affect you, for better or worse, in many different ways.

If you're dealing with some health concerns, we can help.

Contact us here at Annex Naturopathic to book a consultation.

We'll work with you to discover the root cause of your symptoms and develop a treatment plan with the goal of getting rid of them for good.

Contact Annex Naturopathic today.

 

If you’re curious to learn more about this subject or would like to consult with one of our NDs feel free to book a visit or contact us.

Yours in Health,

Dr. Tanya Lee, N.D

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Hypothyroidism, also known as an underachieve thyroid, is surprisingly common.

But because symptoms of hypothyroidism are so commonly associated with other illnesses, it often goes misdiagnosed or undiagnosed.

However, hypothyroidism is linked with a number of different health concerns, including chronic fatigue,

In fact, according to the Thyroid Foundation of Canada, up to 1 in 10 Canadians is believed to have some sort of thyroid disorder, and about half of those are undiagnosed.

Conventional approaches focus on replacing your thyroid's functions, but this doesn't restore it at all, but rather leaves you dependent on thyroid medication.

However, there are naturopathic approaches to thyroid treatment which can restore your thyroid's function.

Here are the top 10 ways to support thyroid function:

1. Go gluten-free

Gluten is a naturally occurring protein found in a number of different grain-based products, including most breads, beer, and anything made from wheat, barley, or rye.

One of its functions is to bind the substance together – which is why gluten-free bread has a tendency to be a bit crumblier than its gluten-full cousins.

Gluten slows down cellular metabolism as it interferes with the uptake of T3, the active thyroid hormone.

Reducing or eliminating gluten containing foods has been shown to improved thyroid function.

2. Eat a whole foods diet

This doesn't mean you have to start shopping at Whole Foods!

A whole foods diet is one focused on fresh, organic, low glycemic food products.

It's mainly made up of fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, seeds, lean meats, and seafoods.

These foods are a good idea to eat for most people, as they tend to be more nutrient dense than the prepackaged foods you often find in the middle aisles of the grocery store.

They also help to stabilize your blood sugar.

Foods containing high amounts of zinc, selenium, and iodine are especially helpful for the thyroid.

Some suggested options include brazil nuts and seaweed.

3. Avoid “goitrogens”

Not all “healthy foods” are good for the thyroid.

Goitrogens are foods that interfere with thyroid function.

Specifically, they disrupt your body's production of thyroid hormones by disrupting your thyroid's ability to take in iodine, which triggers your pituitary gland to release more TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone) than it needs.

As a result, your thyroid ends up growing in an imbalanced fashion, which if left unchecked can lead to goiter.

These foods include:

• Brussels sprouts
• Cauliflower
• Kale
• Spinach
• Turnips
• Soybeans
• Mustard greens

These can be otherwise healthy foods which you may already be including in your diet.

If you're experiencing thyroid issues, though, it's best to avoid them.

If you are going to eat goitrogenic foods, it's best to eat them cooked versus raw, since heat decreases their goitrogenic properties.

4. Get regular exercise

It should come as no surprise that exercise is good for you, but it's especially good for your thyroid.

Exercise improves metabolism and thyroid function by stimulating thyroid secretions and increasing tissue sensitivity to thyroid hormone.

A combination of both of aerobic and weight bearing exercise is optimal, but really, any exercise is better than nothing.

5. Supplement with vitamin D

Most Canadians have insufficient levels of vitamin D, as does just about anybody who lives outside the tropics.

But an optimal vitamin D level is essential for your thyroid's proper function.

More specifically, your thyroid needs it to properly facilitate the uptake of T3 (the active thyroid hormone) into the cell.

However, supplementing with too much vitamin D can be toxic for your system, so it's important to have your vitamin D levels tested by a naturopathic doctor or other qualified healthcare practitioner before supplementing with high doses.

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6. Probiotics

When we think of bacteria, we usually think of the stuff we'd like to wash off our hands before we sit down for a meal, but some bacteria are actually helpful.

Probiotics are bacteria that are good for you.

These are generally found in your digestive system, which is why the best probiotics are food-based.

The diversity and quantity of the bacteria in our digestive system plays an important role in our thyroid function.

A multi-strain probiotic can be helpful in naturally supporting the thyroid.

You can also eat probiotic foods, which include:

• Yogurt
• Kefir
• Sauerkraut
• Kimchi
• Kombucha
• Other fermented foods

7. Supplement with fish oil

Omega 3 fatty acids can help support hormone synthesis.

They also help T3 hormones, the active thyroid hormone, bind to its receptors.

You can find omega 3 fatty acids in supplement form, but they can also be found in dietary sources like:

• Walnuts
• Salmon
• Sardines
• Mackerel
• Chia seeds
• Flax seeds

8. Reduce your stress

Reducing stress can have a positive effect on your entire body, but your thyroid in particular benefits from it.

When you're constantly under stress, your body secretes a lot of cortisol, which can lead to hypercortisolemia.

The excess cortisol can slow your thyroid's function, in particular reducing the conversion of T4 hormones to T3.

Shifting your lifestyle to reduce stress can have a positive effect on your thyroid.

9. Get better sleep

Both the quality and the quantity of your sleep cam play an important role in your thyroid's function.

If you're constantly getting only a few hours of sleep each night, it will weaken your adrenal glands, which can lead to adrenal fatigue.

And because your adrenal glands are intimately connected with your thyroid, a weakened adrenal gland is often connected with hypothyroidism.

Restful, sustained sleep helps regulate the immune system and endocrine (hormone) system thus supporting thyroid health.

10. Work with a naturopathic doctor

Naturopathic doctors are able to thoroughly assess the thyroid via comprehensive lab work and by taking a detailed health history.

The ND’s at Annex Naturopathic are able to give specific recommendation including: type of exercise and frequency, individualized diet plan and lifestyle modifications, appropriate dosing of nutrients and targeted botanical prescriptions.

If you feel like you may have a thyroid disorder, contact us at Annex Naturopathic to book a consultation with one of our naturopathic doctors.

If you’re curious to learn more about this subject or would like to consult with one of our NDs feel free to book a visit or contact us.

Yours in Health,

Dr. Marnie Luck, N.D

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