Posts Tagged ‘Gluten-Sensitivity’
Posted by nepeht on December 16, 2008
Gluten-Free Energy Diet (part 1): Energy Levels with Celiac Disease and Its Partner, Gluten-Sensitivity
Posted by nepeht on December 9, 2008
How is your energy level these days? If you are like me then you are possibly looking for various ways to boost your energy because Celiac Disease (CD) and its Gluten-Sensitive (G-S)partner tend to take just about all I got sometimes.
There are always the standard recommendations for boosting energy such as eating right (woopssss!!! right there…. bang bang bang bang… “problem sir”!!!!)..
Even with the best information in the world, it can be difficult to “eat right” when one has CD or G-S. First of all, the energy to follow such advice is already lacking from the start. Then, there are other issues such as adverse cravings etc…
I am not meaning to poo poo it all. Just to be realistic… at least being true to my reality.
OK… wait a minute. I am NOT trying to bring you down. I’m just trying relate ya see???
I remember hearing about an early French scientist who proposed the idea that energy never really goes away, it just changes form or phase. Well, if that is so, then where does it come from one has CD and/or a G-S problem? Perhaps supplements could help kind of like little pieces of kindling for a fire.
Then there is the idea of getting plenty of sleep… man sleeping is also irregular (at best) these days.
But no kidding, I do try to eat enough veggies, fruits, proteins, dairy etc…, but it never seems to be enough to boost my energy level. I even take B-12 injections sometimes.
I have been curious about supplements. I found a site that gives some specific recommendations about CD and Vitamin supplements. Exploring this can help clue one into the various related vitamins if nothing else. But first I need to quote from the site:
“Claims made on line about specific vitamins formulas or individual health supplements on or through this site have not been evaluated by the FDA and Vitamins on line custom vitamins, custom multivitamins, herbal supplements and health supplements are not approved to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.”
Now, I can say that this site is at http://www.mitamins.com/formulation/showFormulaDetail.do?AT=showOutDetail&actionType=formulator&dformulaID=966&diseaseName=Celiac .
It is interesting to see the various vitamins that a person with CD or G-S might need as a supplement to her/his diet.
I am not recommending that anyone try this. But it is food for thought. And I hope it is food that gives energy instead of that which taketh away.
To be Continued … as soon as I get the energy.