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Celiac disease – Gluten Intolerance: How to Treat with Spooky2 Scalar

Gluten, a family of proteins found in grains, including wheat, rye, spelt, and barley, is a key ingredient in baking that makes the dough elastic and provides a chewy, satisfying texture. It seems harmless most of the time. Many scientists, however, become to doubt its safety. There is some controversy about whether gluten is safe for most, but one thing is for sure, if you have celiac disease, gluten is poison.

Celiac disease is a type of genetic autoimmune disease. People who are suffering from celiac disease have to maintain a gluten-free diet. Otherwise, the immune system will attack gluten protein when it gets into the small intestine and cause painful reactions.


Your genes combined with eating foods with gluten and other factors can contribute to celiac disease, but the precise cause is unknown. Infant-feeding practices, gastrointestinal infections, and gut bacteria might contribute, as well. Sometimes celiac disease becomes active after surgery, pregnancy, childbirth, viral infection, or severe emotional stress. Patients with type 1 diabetes, Down syndrome, Turner syndrome, autoimmune thyroid disease, microscopic colitis, and Addison’s disease are also more likely to develop celiac disease.

As the immune system attacks gluten, it also damages small, finger-like projections in the small intestine called villi. Villi is critical for absorbing nutrients from food. As villi become eroded and flattened, they have trouble absorbing nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, and amino acids. No matter how much you eat, you can never get enough nutrients.


The signs and symptoms of celiac disease can vary greatly and differ in children and adults. Some may have multiple symptoms that come and go, and some may have mild or no apparent symptoms that they do not even know they have celiac disease.
Typical symptoms of celiac disease include:

  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Bloating and gas
  • Abdominal pain
  • Nausea and vomiting

Some other symptoms that are unrelated to the digestive system include:

  • Anemia
  • Fatigue
  • Joint Pain
  • Dermatitis herpetiformis (itchy, blistery skin rash)
  • Osteoporosis (low bone density)
  • Mouth ulcers
  • Infertility

Children may have different symptoms such as:

  • Failure to thrive (gaining less weight than expected) for infants
  • Damage to tooth enamel
  • Weight loss
  • Irritability
  • Short stature
  • Delayed puberty

Due to its many seemingly unrelated symptoms that also resemble those of other intestinal conditions, celiac disease can be difficult to diagnose. Be sure you see the doctor before you change to a gluten-free diet, or the test result may be inaccurate.


Since celiac disease is triggered by gluten, when the patient completely avoids gluten, the symptoms usually disappear. In most cases, following a gluten-free diet is enough to heal the damage in the small intestines and prevent further damage.

However, finding gluten-free products is not very easy. You may need to find a registered dietitian who specializes in treating people with celiac disease. The dietitian will teach you how to avoid gluten while following a healthy diet and recommend substitutes for foods that contain gluten.

How to Avoid Gluten?

If you want to know whether a product has gluten, check its labels. Some products that should not contain gluten may have hidden gluten if it is processed or transported in the same container that is also used for wheat or barley. In the United States, products labeled gluten-free must have less than 20 parts per million of gluten, which should not be a problem for the vast majority of people. If a label doesn’t tell you what is in a product, ask the company that makes the product for an ingredients list. Do not assume that the product is gluten-free.

Besides food, some other products, such as Play-Doh, cosmetics, lipsticks, and toothpaste, may also have gluten in them. So do be careful with which product you use.

How to Use Spooky2 Scalar for Celiac Disease?

Spooky2 Scalar is the first scalar treatment device to provide three different methods of transmitting healing scalar energy: pure scalar, molecular scalar, and Rife scalar.

Pure Scalar is the easiest way of applying healing scalar energy because nothing special needs to be done. Tune Spooky2 Scalar, and then sit between the Transmitter and Receiver. Pure Scalar energy then flows between the Transmitter and Receiver.

You can also try another scalar treatment way for Celiac Disease – Rife scalar. Spooky2 Scalar accepts any frequency from the massive Spooky2 database. Please search in the Spooky2 database, there are some Celiac Disease-related frequencies for you to run.

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