>>7266006 Celiac (which is a relatively rare genetic disease) IS an intolerance to gluten though. When celiacs ingest gluten it destroys the villa of their small intestine, which makes gathering nourishment from their food rather difficult.
People who arbitrarily avoid it is pretty much the same deal as MSG.
>>7266137 Removing superfluous letters is an obvious improvement to the language. The spelling reforms introduced in america in the 1800s very clearly improved the language, and nearly were adopted in england too but were not for political reeasons
I've noticed it's mostly empowered qomyn who claim to be gluten intolerant. Unfortunately, this isn't the only type of intolerance these types of people display.
I recently dated a girl who was not only allegedly gluten intolerant, but anything with my body was a symptom of gluten intolerance. It was terrible; she was so incorrigible like many I've seen with "gluten intolerance."
The real deal with gluten intolerance is that it is a shared psychological disorder, not a physiological disorder with digestion. These are often the worst types of diseases to cure because people are batshit fucking crazy.
I've noticed it's mostly empowered qomyn who claim to be effected by alcohol. Unfortunately, this isn't the only type of sensory response these types of people display. I recently dated a girl who was not only allegedly effected by alcohol, but anything with my dick was a symptom of sensory response. It was terrible; she was so incorrigible like many I've seen with "an understanding of their own body." The real deal with the effects of alcohol is that it is a shared psychological disorder, not a physiological disorder with consumption. These are often the worst types of diseases to cure because people are batshit fucking crazy.
I think gluten is bigger of a deal than people thought, since celiac disease is more common than we originally thought. The reason for that is that in a lot of cases, due to its rarity people that were actually sick were told that those are just symptoms of different disorders, which made celiac seem way more uncommon than it was in reality. It's being diagnosed more often now days, simply because people know what it is. It's still like 1% of population that's affected, so whatever.
I'm just happy "gluten intolerance" became a meme since my wife has celiac, so it makes our life a tad easier.
At least it gave me a reason to learn to be more creative while cooking. If you know what you're doing you can make gluten free food using all sort of replacements, that's just as good as the real thing.
>>7266494 Let 'em have their jokes, anon. It's the least we can give them, after taking away their only chance to be relevant in the new era. Must hurt, losing an entire continent to some uppity whippersnappers.
Gluten is unique in that it triggers a release of zonulin in healthy people, which increases the permeability of the tight junctions between cells in the small intestine. A misinterpretation of this recent finding (2000) is what led to the non-coeliac gluten-free fad. People who can't tolerate wheat grains and test negative for coeliac typically have a fructan intolerance
>>7266006 I haven't been diagnosed with celiacs but I'm definitely gluten intolerant Went through 6 years of uncertainty amd testing for auto immune diseases because my joints constantly ached from age 14. After the last round of negative tests, doc says to try going gluten free >i wanted to be a pastry chef since i was a child
I put off trying it for months because i thought it was bullshit and had no digestion issues Two weeks of no gluten and i was pain free for the first time in years I can't fathom how to make gluten free pastries or some low gluten form that i can eat. Seems impossible but I'm still going to try Now I'm working on a sourdough bread company though The bacteria in sourdough breaks gluten down in a way that it doesn't affect my joints. I'll tell ck when to start buying my bread
>>7266978 I've heard several similar accounts from people. I don't know why others get themselves in a tizzy over people not eating gluten. I sure as hell don't care. But if the absence of gluten in your diet makes you feel better then definitely don't eat it. I'm glad you worked it out.
>>7266986 I was tested for celiacs disease twice along with lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, crohns, whatever other auto immune disorder you can come up with and eventually aids. All came back negative I tried injections, high doses of anti inflammatories, high doses of glucosimine I tried giving up all sports, physical therapy, scar tissue scraping, i gave up my awesome job as a baker due to pain as well as a line cook job Nothing brought relief Until i was gluten free for two weeks. But sure, it's bullshit unless you're diagnosed with specifically celiacs >gluten defence force detected I still eat it every once in a while because i love it. I just pay for it a while later
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