It causes inflammation in the small intestine which results in malabsorption, if you don't have a gluten intolerance then good for you, but I did and many other people do too but they might not know it.I don't have celiac disease and there is no real test for gluten intolerance but many people tell me that when they quit gluten it usually takes about two weeks and they feel so much better, mood, appetite, sleep, all improve.<quoted text>
Often true especially with the extreme amount of medication Americans take.
Curing the side-effects so to say.
But blaming all on the same ailment is equal desinterest.
And you are suggesting that paying for an unproven cure is the way to go!
That was the other part you kept vague about:
How does gluten when being tolerant to it get in the way of often oil soluble vitamins and other vitamis and minerals?
MD's supply diabetics with insulin, when their kidneys malfunction their answer is to cut it out and get a replacement.
Everything is related, usually 1 disease leads to another which leads to another and doctors keep treating symptoms by throwing drugs at it which causes more disease and more symptoms.
When you say something is "unproven" you are referring to large expensive studies, I don't need that when I see with my own eyes case after case of heart disease, diabetes, GERD, liver problems, degenerative disc desease, cancer all being reversed through nutrition.
Again there is no money in curing disease especially when doctors are on the payroll of pharmaceutical companies.