If you’ve started eating gluten-free because you often feel sick to your stomach, you may have celiac disease, non-celiac gluten sensitivity, or another chronic health condition you’re trying to get under control with this diet.
If you’re still feeling sick on a gluten-free diet, you may think it doesn’t work and you might as well just give up.
Hold out for a little while longer, and discover some common reasons you’re still getting sick even though you follow a gluten-free diet.
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In a person with a healthy gut and immune system, salicylates enter and leave the body with no ill effect. In someone with poor digestive and immune health, however, salicylates can act as a type of slow poison.
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