Evidence shows that the incidence of non-coeliac gluten sensitivity continues to rise with widespread reporting that removing it from the diet improves a multitude of conditions.
Recent research indicates that food additive consumption and its consequent influence on intestinal permeability may be to blame for the rise in autoimmune conditions.
A recent review on intestinal microbiota and probiotics in coeliac disease (CD) revealed that research into CD and the effect of gluten on the intestinal-immune health in adults has only been studied since 2012; prior to that children were the cohort subjects.
Probiotics modulate the immune response in children suffering from coeliac disease by reducing the pro- inflammatory cytokines according to a recent double-blind, placebo-controlled trial.
In this interview Andrew speaks with naturopath Amie Skilton on her special interest, that being chronic skin conditions, which includes acne, eczema and psoriasis.
Amie shares her knowledge and experience in addressing the underlying causes of skin diseases and expertly provides a wealth of clinical and practical advise for practitioners wanting to learn more about how to use herbs and nutrients to treat these typically stubborn and persistent health conditions.