By Elaine Gottschall
Breaking the Vicious Cycle was once written through Elaine Gottschall, biochemist and phone biologist. It presents an alternate solution to aid strive against digestive problems utilizing nutritional alterations; and likewise a pragmatic booklet that addresses the issues of intestinal stipulations resembling: Crohn's disorder, Ulcerative Colitis, Diverticulitis, Celiac disorder in addition to much less serious court cases like: indigestion, "nervous stomach", persistent diarrhea & spastic colon.
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Breaking the Vicious Cycle was once written through Elaine Gottschall, biochemist and phone biologist. It presents another approach to aid wrestle digestive issues utilizing nutritional alterations; and in addition a realistic publication that addresses the issues of intestinal stipulations reminiscent of: Crohn's affliction, Ulcerative Colitis, Diverticulitis, Celiac ailment in addition to much less critical court cases like: indigestion, "nervous stomach", persistent diarrhea & spastic colon.
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After decades of searching, it appeared that not only was an effective and lasting dietary treatment found, but that the Haas Specific Carbohydrate Diet was accepted by medical colleagues throughout the world a s a cure for celiac disease. But as Michael Crichton has written, "the battle" continued. Within one year after the publication of the Drs. 12A group of six faculty members of the Departments of Pharmacology and of Pediatrics and Child Health of the University of Birmingham, after testing only ten children, decided that it was not the starch (carbohydrate) in the grains that so many had reported as being deleterious, but it was the protein, gluten, in wheat and rye flour that was causing celiac symptoms.
No need to delve into food biochemistry and ask why gluten-containing foods such as corn would be permissible; it was to be a "black and white" remedy with no shades of grey. Despite extensive research by many investigators, there is as yet no certainty about the precise nature of the gluten which is causing injury to the intestinal cells. 15 But there still remain unanswered questions about this smaller alpha-gliadin protein fraction: (1) is there a genetic lack of the digestive enzymes which would normally split these gliadin molecules into their single amino acids thereby preventing their harmful effects?
With 670 references to published reports, the book described celiac disease more completely than had even been done before. The Drs. Haas presented their success with the Specific Carbohydrate Diet and offered their hypothesis in the last chapter of their book a s to why the diet was effective. After decades of searching, it appeared that not only was an effective and lasting dietary treatment found, but that the Haas Specific Carbohydrate Diet was accepted by medical colleagues throughout the world a s a cure for celiac disease.
Breaking the Vicious Cycle: Intestinal Health Through Diet by Elaine Gottschall