Are you or someone you know Gluten Intolerant?
Gluten Intolerance is an inability to properly digest gluten, causing a multitude of symptoms, including bloating, cramping, diarrhea, constipation, irritable bowel symptoms, muscle or joint pain, and other symptoms. Gluten intolerance affects affect over 2 million people in the United States, with some sources putting those affected at up to 60% of the population.
The diagnostic process for gluten intolerance typically takes 11 years, and costs $5-12,000 per person. Once diagnosed, the most common treatment involves complete avoidance of all gluten products, including most breads, commercially made sauces, pasta, and even some beverages. Most grocery stores have at least 1 aisle of gluten-free products on their shelves. Manufacturing food items free of gluten requires a production zone completely separate from those for foods using gluten. Because of the expense of gluten-free ingredients and gluten-free manufacturing processes, gluten-free food costs an average of 242% more than its “regular” counterpart.
The most common “treatment” for Gluten Intolerance is complete avoidance of all foods containing gluten. This severe diet restriction affects everything from the family meal plan to the family budget to where to go on vacation, since stores and restaurants in smaller towns are less likely to have gluten free options. Even with total avoidance of gluten, many people still experience unpleasant pain, digestive, or other symptoms.
Can symptoms of Gluten Intolerance be eliminated?
Nambudripad’s Allergy Elimination Techniques (NAET) offers a protocol believed to eliminate the symptoms of gluten intolerance. Treatment consists of multiple pain-free treatments that “reprogram” the nervous system so it does not react adversely to gluten. NAET is non-invasive and drug-free.
Surprisingly to many people, you cannot simply treat a person for Gluten Intolerance and then have them be able to eat wheat or other grains. Allergic symptoms are caused by complex interactions in the body, and only by removing multiple layers of sensitivities can the body return to its proper, balanced function.
NAET defines allergy as a malfunction in the body’s immune system affecting the energy field of the body. Anything can trigger such a malfunction, even things not typically considered allergens. Food, chemicals, emotions, even other people or ideas can cause reactions in the body. The more things the body develops a sensitivity to, the more complicated the reaction can be. Most people have experienced this phenomenon when an insignificant event causes them to severely overreact with rage, severe depression, or other “inappropriate” emotional response. The outburst may be related to a host of triggers…food, hormonal imbalance, past experiences that remind your subconscious of the current situation.
Simply avoiding the final trigger–an otherwise insignificant event–will not eliminate the chance of future reactions. Only by eliminating at primary overall causes of your body’s reaction can you minimize the chance of another outburst. NAET provides an organized way to address specific allergens. Once your body has “healed” its malfunction, that particular trigger will no longer adversely affect you. Once enough triggers are eliminated, your body will function normally. NAET has helped hundreds of people with their gluten intolerance, and the NAET Gluten Study seeks to provide scientific documentation of this process.