Celiac Disease Treatment

In Homoeopathy there is big possibility for Celiac Disease Treatment. As Gluten diets has started after 3 Months of Treatment at our Centre.
The complete treatment May takes time. If ttg-IgA level is less than 50 U/ml or Biopsy shows Marsh Class 3a then the treatment may takes minimum 2 years and the possibility of cure is 90 %.
If ttg-IgA level is less than 100 U/ml and more than 50 U/ml or Biopsy shows Marsh Class 3b then the treatment may takes minimum 2 to 3 years and possibility of cure is 60-70%.
If ttg-IgA level is more than 100 U/ml or Biopsy shows Marsh Class 3c then the treatment may takes more than 4 years and possibility of cure is 50%.
Note: Celiac Disease May reappears after Complete treatment depends on case to case.

The primary and most effective treatment for celiac disease is adopting a strict gluten-free diet. By eliminating gluten-containing foods from the diet, individuals with celiac disease can manage their condition and prevent the damaging immune response in the small intestine. The gluten-free diet involves avoiding all sources of wheat, barley, rye, and their derivatives. Gluten can hide in various food products and even non-food items, so careful reading of labels and avoiding cross-contamination is essential.

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Gluten-containing foods to avoid include:

Wheat-based products: Bread, pasta, cereal, couscous, crackers, and baked goods made with wheat flour.

Barley: Malt, malt vinegar, and some types of beer.

Rye: Rye bread, rye crackers, and certain cereals.

Processed foods: Many processed foods, sauces, and dressings may contain hidden gluten in the form of thickeners, stabilizers, or flavor enhancers.

Some medications and supplements: Some medications and vitamin supplements may contain gluten as a binding agent, so it’s essential to check with a healthcare professional.

In addition to the gluten-free diet, there are a few other important aspects to consider for managing celiac disease:

Nutritional support: Individuals with celiac disease may have nutrient deficiencies due to malabsorption. Working with a dietitian or nutritionist can help ensure that they are getting all the essential nutrients they need through appropriate dietary choices and, if necessary, supplements.

Support groups and education: Joining a celiac support group or seeking educational resources can provide valuable information, tips, and emotional support for those living with the condition.

Regular follow-up with healthcare providers: Regular check-ups and follow-up with healthcare professionals are essential to monitor the condition, assess nutrient levels, and address any potential complications.

Gluten-free lifestyle adjustments: Adapting to a gluten-free lifestyle may require adjustments in various aspects, including social gatherings, eating out, and travel. Proper planning and communication can help manage these situations successfully.

Avoiding cross-contamination: Gluten can contaminate gluten-free foods during preparation, cooking, or serving. It’s crucial to keep gluten-free foods separate from gluten-containing ones and ensure kitchen utensils and cooking surfaces are thoroughly cleaned.

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Although, In homoeopathy the problem can be cured.

It’s important to note that there is no cure for celiac disease, and the only effective treatment is a lifelong commitment to a gluten-free diet. Compliance with the diet is crucial for managing symptoms, promoting intestinal healing, and preventing long-term complications associated with the condition. If someone suspects they have celiac disease, they should seek medical evaluation and diagnosis before starting a gluten-free diet, as this can interfere with the accuracy of celiac disease tests.