Celiac disease and gut health - immunoglobulins, toxins, inflammation, gut barrier

Celiac disease is an autoimmune disease.
Autoimmune diseases are when the immune system mistakenly attacks the body.

One way to possibly consider addressing autoimmune diseases, like Celiac disease, is to decrease immune activation by way of toxin binding and strengthening the gut barrier.

Oral immunoglobulins, for example, are shown to help decrease immune activation.

Given what we know about Celiac disease, the answers to help address this may be in addressing microbial imbalances, gut barrier integrity, inflammation, and strengthening the immune system.

A gut health protocol may want to consider high doses of immunoglobulins, building up the gut barrier, increasing nutrient absorption, binding and neutralizing pathogens, and strengthening the immune system to help decrease it from being overreactive.

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