9 Incredible Things Your Body Does to Protect Itself

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And to minimize inflammation

“I have had many patients come in complaining of excessive sweating and/or night sweats in response to a severe gluten intolerance or celiac disease,” says Dr. Kristine Blanche, CEO of Integrative Healing Center in Northport, New York.

“The exposure to gluten in these patients caused an inflammatory cascade of heat in the body.” The sweating is the body’s attempt to cool the inflammation and also to detoxify what the body thinks is poison, Blanche explains.

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