Gluten•Free Natural Beauty Eczema•Skin•Care



Combines like this harvest millions of tons of the same size, shape, color species of wheat.

Gluten•Free•Natural•Beauty Eczema•Skin•Care begins with understanding gluten. The molecules within gluten can make gut ill. These incude small proteins or peptides. Some contain repeating peptide-amino acids:  Pro-Gln- -Gln-Pro-Phe-Pro. These bind to our immunoglobulins that start the allergic or immune process. It leads to swollen gut and loss of barrier function. The gut swelling can allow superinfection with normal microbes. As many as 30% of people with eczema have food allergies and clearly need gluten•Free•Natural•Beauty. This is how it happens. It seems that the rise food allergies began when the grain was modified to use nitrogen fertilizers in the 1960's. Almost all of the gluten we eat comes mainly from this one species (Triticum aestivum). Modern harvesting equipment needs wheat to be short and uniform. From this insignificant event, the need for gluten free natural beauty started.

Our body learns to reject chemicals by developing anti-bodies that initiate an immune response.

Also, because most US wheat is not sprouted,  we have even more food intolerance. This results because people use sprouting to make seeds more digestible. The whole seed contain things that can hurt your gut. Finally, sprouting grains before milling increases the nutritional value of the wheat.Another problem our large farms create arises from requiring all our wheat to be uniform in every way. The same species means repeated exposure to the same antigens, harvested and processed the same way every time creates the opportunity for allergies. Food intolerance to wheat processed in Europe appears to be far less. Europeans have regional wheat growing differences. Europeans often sprout their wheats. Many different wheat cultivars populate any country.

How the Skin Can Create Gluten Intolerance

Most of all, our need for Gluten•Free•Natural•Beauty grew from multiple events. When we have eczema, the skin loses its ability to defend itself. The outer skin no longer repels bacteria, mold and chemicals. Instead, these problem makers get deep into the skin. The system for making antibodies lives within the skin. First the antigen has to be small enough to penetrate deeply or put in a cream with a detergent. The skin then processes the antigen to make millions of antibodies. These antibodies will cause some cells or plasma to release antigen-killing substances. As a result we become food allergic after a skin exposure.Hence, the antibody will be programmed  to "delayed type" immunity or "immediate type" immunity. With the delayed type it takes hours to feel ill. Sometimes steroids and other anti-inflamatories help. The immediate type leads to anaphylaxis. This takes minutes. Only epinephrine can stop a full blown anaphylactic reaction.In summary  first someone gets ill and the gut or skin loses its barrier function.  Allergies follow. You can get food or skin sensitivity from eating gluten. On the other hand, you can get skin or food sensitivity from applying gluten to your skin. The best way we know to make an antibody involves detergents. Most noteworthy, antibodies develop more readily when you use a cream made with a vaccine detergent containing an allergen.  All this leads to the need for gluten free natural beauty.

Gluten Intolerance: Do Detergents Play a Role? Ceela Creams use no detergents.

Making antibodies to foreign body chemicals can create problems. But the biggest problem begins when the body starts to believe a part of the normal body isforeign.  We call this auto-immunity.Celiac disease is the worse form of gluten intolerance, And like Juvenile type 1 diabetes results from our body making antibodies to ourselves. About 3% of the general US population has an autoimmune disease. Certain environmental chemicals seem to be linked. Cigarette smoking is associated with people becoming allergic to themselves. Certain hair dyes have also been considered. Exposure to Silica seems to also increase autoimmune disorders. Epidemiologists have considered stress as a factor in autoimmunity. We at Ceela add the use of vaccine antibodies to the potential reasons for developing autoimmunity. And we off Ceela's gluten free natural beauty eczema skin care as a solution.

Detergent as an Environmental Adjuvant for Auto-Immunity

About 6% of the general population has gluten intolerance. And many of these souls have eczema. Using creams that contain vaccine detergents and gluten to treat eczema does not seem prudent. It would make sense to stop all laureth, myristic, and palmitic based surfactants or detergents.For example, the recent distribution of the "plant-based" Seventh Generation laundry soaps contains laureth sulfate.  If we at Ceela are correct there will be increasing atopic dermatitis and eczema in the households using this soap. Factoids:        
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