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In Case You Missed It
On Monday, we covered how non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS) is a condition that may account for why more and more people are going gluten free. NCGS essentially means you have a problem with gluten but you do not have full-blown celiac disease. However, a recent placebo control trial has challenged this notion.
On Wednesday’s podcast release, we spoke with Rafe Kelley who specializes in obtaining exercise from natural environments while replicating key ancestral movement patterns with play-like approaches.
Dr. Ruscio’s Weekly Tip
Studies have confirmed that some people who don’t have celiac disease suffer from a condition known as non-celiac gluten sensitivity. For these people, consuming gluten does cause a flare of unwanted symptoms. In this week’s tip, we discuss how you can determine if gluten is a problem for you.
The gut virome, or world of viruses in your gut, was recently shown to not change before the onset of type 1 diabetes.
A systemic review with meta-analysis has shown that low carb diets are better for weight loss than low-fat diets.
Leucine, when added to whey protein, increases muscle protein synthesis.
Depression is more common in caregivers. If you are a caregiver, make sure to take some time for yourself.
A high number of patients who are told they have C. diff infections may not actually have C. diff and may have other diagnoses, like IBS.
Laugh a Little!
Make time for playtime—go to the park, play with your pet or your kids, go on a hike.
Dr. Ruscio’s Quotable
The less you respond to negative people, the more peaceful your life will become.