By Andrew George Jr., Robert Gairns
Conventional local recipes that includes items from the land, sea and sky, symbols of a permanent food that illustrate recognize for the nurturing land, and acknowledgment of the religious strength meals may have in our lives.
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Indd 28 4/26/10 10:01 PM Chapter 2: Going Gluten-Free: Who’s Doing It and Why 29 ✓ Hashimoto’s disease, Sjögren’s syndrome, lupus erythematosus, and other autoimmune disorders ✓ Early onset osteoporosis ✓ Hair loss (alopecia) ✓ Easy bruising ✓ Low blood sugar (hypoglycemia) ✓ Muscle cramping ✓ Nosebleeds ✓ Swelling and inflammation ✓ Night blindness Celiac disease can present as autism. See Chapter 4 for more on that. Celiac disease can also be associated with thyroid disease — usually hypothyroidism — and that itself can lead to dry skin.
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A Feast for All Seasons: Traditional Native Peoples' Cuisine by Andrew George Jr., Robert Gairns
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