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InJust10Pages Quarterly Newsletter - Gluten Intolerance - Jan 2012

InJust10Pages Quarterly Newsletter - Gluten Intolerance - Jan 2012

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Get the latest gluten intolerance, gluten free articles, tips resources and recipes. Get access to bonus materials and tips not available on our site. Like out Microbooks, each newsletter is 10 pages in length and contains only useful, actionable information.
Get the latest gluten intolerance, gluten free articles, tips resources and recipes. Get access to bonus materials and tips not available on our site. Like out Microbooks, each newsletter is 10 pages in length and contains only useful, actionable information.

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NEWSLETTER
GLUTEN INTOLERANCE | GLUTEN SENSITIVITY | CELIAC DISEASE
Winter | 2012
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It is with great pride that we announcethe release o our inaugural, quarterlynewsletter. The goal o In Just 10 Pagesis to always provide the best and mostuseul inormation to all o our valuedmembers! We trust you will nd this tobe an incredibly valuableresource and will alwaysprovide incredible content.Our mission with thisnewsletter is to provide ourmembers with deliciousrecipies, tips, resources andthe latest, most up-to-date
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research about gluten intolerance andCeliac Disease.“I am thrilled about this new andexciting resource or our members!”President and CEO o In Just 10 Pages,Brandon Schmid said rom his ocein Barrie, Ontario, Canada. “A lot o websites out there simply don’t provideenough content or their members. This newsletter shows that our primarygoal is to provide solutions or everyday questions about gluten intoleranceand to promote products that will beincredibly useul or our members.”“I am very excited about our decision tocreate more content or our readers.” saysthe In Just 10 Pages Creative Director,Conrad Dekker. “My background in journalism allows me to dig deep and
In Just 10 Pages
Releases our Inaugural Quarterly Newsletter!
“This newsletter shows that our primary goal is toprovide solutions for every day questions aboutgluten intolerance and to promote products thatwill be incredibly useful for our members.”
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Brandon Schmid CEO o In Just 10 Pages
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IN THE WINTER
Incredible Crêpes nd the content that our readers reallywant and need.”Guy Gagnon is the Business RelationsManager o In Just 10 Pages andsays; “This is something that we havediscussed creating or some time. We elta newsletter was the best way or peopleto get antastic inormation, or ree andcould view it rom home, work, on theirsmart phones or e-readers. It is a nobrainer to give more to our members.”We would like to thank you or yourcontinued support and i you have anyquestions, concerns or ideas aboutnew products you hope to see in theuture, please contact us at support@injust10pages.com
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NEWSLETTER
GLUTEN INTOLERANCE | GLUTEN SENSITIVITY | CELIAC DISEASE
Winter | 2012
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It is well known that Celiac Disease andgluten intolerance have many secondarycomplications. A recent study attemptedto determine i a gluten-ree diet couldhelp correct bone disorders such asosteopenia and osteoporosis - one o the most common and debilitatingconditions related to the disease thatmostly aects women.Researchers in Argentina conducteda clinical trial with Celiac patients todetermine i a gluten-ree diet wouldreduce the risk o minor and requentractures (The results o the studywere published in the World Journal o Gastroenterology in July 2011).
Can a Gluten-Free Diet
 Reduce the Risk o  Osteoporosis?
Image courtesy o Spanishale rom the website www.sxc.hu
 The test involved 256 people sueringrom Celiac Disease. The participantswere asked to disclose a history o theirbone health. Those answers were thencompared to 530 control subject withoutgastrointestinal disorders o the sameage and sex. Other individuals who hadpoor bone health due to conditionsother than Celiac Disease were excludedrom the study. The results revealed that individualswith Celiac Disease were at a higher risk o suering rom ractures; however thestudy also determined that the risk o ractures was signicantly reduced whenpatients were kept on a gluten-ree dietor a ve year period.Researchers pointed out that eliminatinggluten rom the diet does not necessarilyincrease bone mass and mineral density;it determined that the bone mass o Celiac patients improved which in turnleads to a lower risk in the occurrence o ractures.Although the results are not entirelyconclusive, this is yet another study thatindicates a gluten-ree diet in Celiacpatients will improve the digestivesystem as well as bone health and overallhealth.
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Tip of TheSeason
 There are a number o waysyou can prevent or reducethe risk o Osteoporosis whilemaintaining a gluten-ree diet.One o the most importanttips is to get plenty o calcium.Most dairy products are highin calcium and gluten-ree. I you are also lactose intolerantthere are many supplementsyou can take - just be certainthey are gluten-ree.Eliminating gluten rom yourdiet and increasing yourintake o calcium will helpincrease your bone density.
 
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GLUTEN INTOLERANCE | GLUTEN SENSITIVITY | CELIAC DISEASE
Winter | 2012
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.“The link between adrenal stress and gluten intolerance iscommon, but rarely diagnosed”. - Dr. Vikki Peterson
Gluten intolerance doesn’t attack thedigestive system alone, but it alsoattacks the various systems o ourbody and brings along secondarycomplications. Gluten intolerancehas been linked to more than 300diseases. The most common ones hasbeen the excess production o emalehormones which results in imbalanceso the emale reproductive system. Ithas to be understood that correct andtimely diagnosis o gluten intolerancecan prevent individuals rom acingthe wrath o the complications thataccompany this autoimmune disorder.Understanding the link between glutenintolerance and hormones?Dr. Vikki Peterson, co-ounder o HealthNOW Medical Center and acertied Nutritionist in her book “The Gluten Eect” said that “Glutenintolerance has many secondary eects,
The Hidden Link Between 
GlutenIntolerance
 Infertility and Miscarriage.
including adrenal atigue”. Adrenalglands o our body are responsibleor striking a balance betweenDHEA, estrogen, testosterone andprogesterone. These hormones are inturn responsible or providing the emalesystem a ‘shield’ against issues such asPMS and inertility. In addition to this,these hormones also play a vital role inmany basic unctions such as regulatingblood pressure, blood glucose levels andpreventing dehydration.Due to gluten intolerance, when theadrenal glands become atigued, theyail to unction optimally. They theneither produce sex hormones or just helpto keep the basic unctions o the bodygoing. As a result o this, regulating thebasic unctions o the body becomesthe priority and this production o sexhormones takes a back seat.Continued on page 4
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