Gluten Allergies

Dr. Boyan Hadjiev, one of New York’s top allergy doctors, treats many patients with some form of gluten allergy. Gluten is a protein that is found in wheat and other grains. It is estimated that one of every seven Americans have some type of intolerance or allergy to gluten. This can range from mild sensitivity to a severe autoimmune disorder known as celiac disease.

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The inflammation caused by an allergic reaction to gluten can result in debilitating health consequences. Dr. Boyan Hadjiev, one of New York City’s top allergy doctors, uses a simple blood test to determine if a person has antibodies to gluten in the blood, which is an indication of gluten insensitivity. However, many people who have chronic symptoms of fatigue, malaise, and irritability, resulting from mild allergic reactions or sensitivity to gluten protein, may not have antibodies circulating in the blood at a measurable level. An elimination diet may help Dr. Boyan Hadjiev determine gluten sensitivity in these patients.

 

Foods that contain gluten are common in our Western diet.

Some foods that cause a reaction in people with gluten sensitivity include:

Wheat
Wheat germ
Wheat bran
Couscous
Durum
Faro
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Graham flour
Matzo
Semolina
Durum
Barley
Bulgur
Oats
Rye
Veggie burgers

Other common foods that contain small amounts of gluten, like soy sauce, salad dressings, chicken broth and malt vinegar Common seasonings and spice mixes

Severe gluten insensitivity and celiac disease can result in an inability to absorb important arthritis. Dr. xxx, a leading New York allergy doctor, cautions patients with arthritis that there is a link between gluten and arthritis in some patients!

What To Do If You Have a Gluten Allergy

If you have a gluten sensitivity or allergy, your health will improve quickly when you learn about how to avoid gluten in your diet. There are many foods that you can learn to substitute for gluten-containing grains. Quinoa, sorghum, rice, millet, buckwheat, and corn flours can all be used when baking, and you may need to substitute xanthan gum or guar gum for gluten when you are cooking. Unprocessed foods that are fresh and natural will help you keep your diet gluten-free and will keep your intestine healthy. When dining out, you can avoid gluten-containing foods by ordering grilled meats, fishes, and steamed vegetables, but you’ll have to avoid many sauces and fried foods, including foods that are fried in the same pan as gluten-containing foods.

 

The health benefits you will derive from avoidance of gluten will change your life! Dr. Boyan Hadjiev, one of New York’s top allergy doctors, has seen remarkable changes in patients who have discovered that they have gluten allergies and have learned to avoid gluten-containing foods. If you suspect you have a gluten sensitivity or allergy, call Dr. Boyan Hadjiev at 212-319-5282 today to schedule your consultation.

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