They recovered from Crohns and surgery, still had cfs chronic fatigue for years, and now are told they have
symptoms of dry macular degeneration.
Could wheat proteins ATI (amylase trypsin inhibitors) help with their diet?
Question created 1 year 17 min ago
The history suggests a background of an autoimmune disorder; Crohn's, fibromyalgia, and now macular degeneration. Suppressing immune reactions may logically help in halting further deterioration of the the resulting health disorder, either by drugs( which have side effects), or dietary strategies to avoid precipitating an autoimmune response( fibre rich and sugar free diet). Amylase -Trypsin inhibitors, presumably present in wheat, and claimed recently to be associated with triggering inflammation anywhere in the body, it makes sense to give avoidance-of -wheat a try, and of course increasing intake of high nuts, Fibres, and fish diet, reducing meat and chicken, and eliminating sugar.
Coordinate with the treating physician to observe consequential retinal changes. This is a helpful site, about macular degeneration.
Dr Hana Fayyad, pediatrician(Maria Jasmine Freeman, author of The Cross Of Menopause-Immolation).
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