Gluten-Free and Alkaline Diet at the Crossroads

One common factor with gluten allergy and intolerance is an overly acidic GI tract. This acid overload occurs from the intestines all the way to the esophagus. The acidic state can cause damage to the intestine, resulting in nutritional deficiencies. Celiac disease is usually the diagnosis based on symptoms of fatigue, low energy, digestive problems, muscle cramps, leg tingling, skin… read more →