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Skin Rash and Gluten Sensitivity
by: Kerri Knox, RN-The Immune Queen!

Hi Glory,

Your question is very interesting because you seem to discount the most obvious reason for your rash.

You, like millions of others, have Non Celiac Gluten Sensitivity.

Non Celiac Gluten Sensitivity is diagnosed like this:

You have SOME Medical Problem- ANY medical problem. Then you go off gluten and the problem gets better. You have Gluten Sensitivity.

Unfortunately, this condition is not recognized by the vast majority of medical practitioners because it can't be fixed with drugs or surgery. Therefore, people like you suffer for years with uncomfortable conditions that they get put on drugs that they don't need, when the solution is diet.

In fact, it's interesting because there are thousands of researchers out there looking for a 'Cure for Celiac Disease'. But there Already is a Cure- Don't eat Gluten.

So Glory, I urge you to continue to not eat Gluten and see how much better you feel. You may be able to eat small amounts of gluten again, but gluten is just not a food that we were meant to eat.

In the future, if you begin eating Gluten again, you may find that you get Completely Different problems, like arthritis or chronic fatigue syndrome.

These will likely be Symptoms of Gluten Intolerance too!!

Good luck on your new Gluten Free Diet.
Please come back and let us know how you are doing.

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
Easy Immune

Skin Rash from Gluten
by: Robin

I also have had a skin rash for years and when I stopped eating anything with wheat it went away.
However, what is a healthy bread that is not whole wheat or has whole wheat in it?


Good Bread
by: Jo

Robin - Look for Ezekiel Bread (usually in the freezer section) - it's made with sprouted grains, and is tasty and filling.

There is some wheat in it, but because it's sprouted there's no gluten reaction. It's expensive as bread goes (about $6.50/loaf)but consider it an investment in your gluten-free life.

Try the raisin one with some hummus for lunch - yummy!

Not All Ezekial Bread is Gluten Free
by: Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune Queen!

Hi Jo,

I'd like to say that you must be VERY cautious about recommending wheat products to people who need to be on a gluten free diet. Sprouted wheat may not cause YOU to react, but some people are MUCH more sensitive and may have a reaction to sprouted wheat.

While Ezekial DOES make some gluten free breads, not ALL of their breads are gluten free and you need to read the packages carefully to find out which are and which aren't.

Kerri Knox RN Immune Health Queen

Kerri Knox, RN- The Immune System Queen
Functional Medicine Practitioner
Immune System


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Rash could be an allergy to artificial sweeteners
by: Anonymous

I get a rash on the inside of my arms that lasts for around 2 months after I eat or drink anything with Sucralose (Splenda) in it. A lot of people are allergic to Aspartame and rashes are one of the main symptoms. There's a website called Splenda Sickness that might help you decide if it's gluten or artificial sweeteners causing your rash.

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