Celiac Disease and Diabetes

By Emma2412 Latest Reply 2010-06-01 08:42:45 -0500
Started 2010-05-30 13:54:33 -0500

News reported by Celiac.com: Research into the relationship between diabetes and gluten intolerance has yielded “the first successful result in preventing the autoimmune process characteristic of development of Type 1 Diabetes”!

8 replies

GabbyPA 2010-05-30 17:12:07 -0500 Report

Do you have a link to the article you could post for us to read it. That sounds very interesting.

Emma2412 2010-05-31 09:12:52 -0500 Report

Hi, Gabby
I couldn't find it by going to the Celiac.com site. If it's there, I couldn't find it. So, I sent them an e-mail as to where the entire article can be found. I'll get back to you as soon as they respond.
You know, sometimes when I'm wandering the Internet I come across "little gems" like this and then forget to make a note as to where I saw it. I'll include websites and stuff in the future when posting here.

Emma2412 2010-05-31 10:36:56 -0500 Report

OK. I think I found it here. As a matter of fact, what I have quoted in my original post here appears there, plus the site looks familiar to me.


GabbyPA 2010-05-31 14:13:20 -0500 Report

Don't you wish we could just sit down with our body and tell it that attacking itself is just not the right thing to do? I wonder why there are so many of these kinds of diseases?

Emma2412 2010-05-31 19:55:17 -0500 Report

And some people insist that there is no God. In no way could a human body just happen. There had to have been a divine plan.

GabbyPA 2010-06-01 08:42:45 -0500 Report

Our bodies are incredible. Look at how hard we try to balance our glucose and insulin to just keep going. Our healthy bodies could do that all on their own. Just amazing,, and that is only one thing that it does out of the millions of functions it does every day.