232018Jul
Mesenchymal Stem Cell Exosomes: Joint Restoration and Anti-Aging Therapy

Mesenchymal Stem Cell Exosomes: Joint Restoration and Anti-Aging Therapy

In restorative medicine, mesenchymal stem cell exosomes are often preferred over the traditionally used embryonic stem cells because they do not carry the potential to form tumors like embryonic stem cells can. Stem cell therapy is the process of introducing stem cells into tissue to treat a disease. They have the ability to replace dying…

152018Jun
Looking for All Natural Pain Relief? How Three Ingredients Will Ease Your Pain

Looking for All Natural Pain Relief? How Three Ingredients Will Ease Your Pain

We have designed a unique dietary supplement that provides all natural pain relief that you will only find at Gluten Free Remedies. No matter what your condition, treating chronic pain is one of the main symptoms we are asked to treat. If pain can be managed with dietary supplements, we strongly support their use as…

162018May
Chronic infections: why you should test for them if you have an autoimmune disease

Chronic infections: why you should test for them if you have an autoimmune disease

What are chronic infections? Infections are caused by an invasion of the body by any external factor that causes damage. These invasions are caused by pathogens, which may take the form of bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, or prions. Acute infections are usually fought off by the immune system, but chronic infections are not removed by…

232018Mar
Natural Remedies for Upper Respiratory Infections

Natural Remedies for Upper Respiratory Infections

Natural remedies for upper respiratory infections are designed to help alleviate the symptoms from upper respiratory infections like sinus infections, allergies, and bronchitis by increasing our mucosal immune response. What is our mucosal response? The mucosal lining of the gastrointestinal and respiratory tract is the main barrier between the external environment and our inner body…

232018Feb
Treating Autoimmune Diseases: Principles of Therapy

Treating Autoimmune Diseases: Principles of Therapy

Diagnosing and treating autoimmune diseases can be challenging and often times there are several options for treatment. In order to get to the root of the problem and get the best possible results from treatment, it is helpful to take a step-wise approach. Often times, tackling everything at once will not bring about the best…

162017May
Gluten-Free Diet: Weight Loss Driven by Two Factors that are Different for Celiacs

Gluten-Free Diet: Weight Loss Driven by Two Factors that are Different for Celiacs

When starting a gluten-free diet weight loss is driven by the hormones ghrelin and leptin, which have been found to be elevated in people with celiac disease. By its obvious nature, gluten intolerance has a profound effect on the absorption of nutrients from the digestive tract and production of hormones and enzymes regulating metabolism of…

272017Feb
Celiac Disease and Osteoporosis: Do You Have the 9 Increased Risk Factors?

Celiac Disease and Osteoporosis: Do You Have the 9 Increased Risk Factors?

Many studies have demonstrated the connection between celiac disease and osteoporosis. Such persons may present with bone pain, muscle weakness, and even fractures. Bone diseases such as osteopenia and osteoporosis, resulting from celiac disease is due to the inability of the small intestine to absorb calcium, amino acids (the building blocks of protein), and vitamin…

302016Dec
2016 Most Popular Supplements

2016 Most Popular Supplements

[Infographic]: Gluten Free Remedies’ most popular supplements for 2016. We’ve rounded up our top 10 most popular supplements sold in 2016. Gut health, fatigue, memory and pain management are the trends for this year. Learn more about each product with the links below. All products are for sale on our website store.ifsmed.com Bovine Immunoglobulins: http://www.glutenfreeremedies.com/name/?prmRemedy=bovine-immunoglobulins Leaky…

232016Nov
How to Test for Gluten Intolerance and Celiac Disease in Children, Teenagers and Adults

How to Test for Gluten Intolerance and Celiac Disease in Children, Teenagers and Adults

How to test for gluten intolerance: non-invasive, minimally invasive, and invasive. The non-invasive approach involves going on a gluten-free diet for at least 3 months. This strategy is known as the elimination diet or the gluten challenge. After going gluten-free for 3 months you introduce gluten back into your diet and see how you react….