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why are most celiac’s middle aged white women? - what chinese restaurant dishes are gluten free

by:Two Eight     2019-09-09
why are most celiac’s middle aged white women?  -  what chinese restaurant dishes are gluten free
Although many non-believers with diarrhea know that this is very real. Many non-
Believers see gluten free as an option, a fashion, and that's why you see middle-aged women asking for gluten free food in restaurants.
This may be the experience of many people, but there are also good reasons.
This article explores the reasons and statistics behind this obvious fact.
I used to read in a forum of brave restaurant owners that he was confused as to why most of the people who asked for gluten free food were middle-aged women.
He believes that perhaps this is only a trend factor that impressed people with their diet.
My opinion on this point is that many doctors do not take the test of diarrhea and do not fully believe in the severity of diarrhea.
Women are more persistent in solving health problems, so there may be more women diagnosed with diarrhea than men.
Women may be more inclined to admit they want gluten free food when eating out.
Men may eat at restaurants where they know they can get gluten free food, or if not, they may eat foods that are unlikely to contain gluten, such as steak and salad without seasoning.
The diagnosis of diarrhea is still very poor (80% of people in Australia are not diagnosed, and 95% in the United States), so the disease looks much more rare than the actual situation.
Most of the information about the age and gender distribution of the "mean abdomen" appears to be anecdotal or small samples.
We (gluten free page) run a booth at the October 2009 Melbourne gluten free exhibition, and the vast majority of people visiting our booth are women around middle age.
Many of them are either with other women or with their families.
Current population statistics of diarrhea: most reference sites for diarrhea agree that diarrhea is not age-
Can become active at any age.
It is believed that the potential of CD may be in the body from birth. Although the onset is not limited to a specific age range or gender, there are more women diagnosed with CD than men.
Ref 1. the reason why more middle-aged women seem to have diarrhea may be that the average time from the onset of symptoms to diagnosis is usually more than ten years.
In traditional family situations, more women may be major food shoppers or people who order for their families at restaurants.
The trigger of diarrhea may not appear until middle age.
Some common triggers in people's lives are considered environmental, emotional, or physical events.
For example: adding solids to a baby's diet, experiencing puberty, undergoing surgery or pregnancy, experiencing stress, contracting viruses, and increasing gluten products in your diet, or develop a bacterial infection with an abnormal immune system response.
Americans can get more information about the population statistics of diarrhea.
\ "Among the average 133 of Americans with related symptoms, the prevalence of CD was 1 out of 1: 56;
The first one.
Degree relatives;
(Parents, children, brothers and sisters) breast diarrhea: 1 out of 22;
There's a second person.
Degree relatives of breast diarrhea (aunt, uncle, cousin): 1 out of 39;
Estimated prevalence in Africa
Hispanic American
America and Asia
American: 1 out of 236.
\ "(Ref 2) it has been found that diarrhea is rare among people in pure Africa
Of Caribbean, Japanese and Chinese origin.
Since the details of age and gender traits of diarrhea are very rare, here is a new way to understand what this bias may be.
Given that those diagnosed with gluten intolerance may search for information about diarrhea and gluten-free foods.
In most developed countries, the Internet penetration rate is very high, and there is good Internet use in most age groups, except for the potential elderly, internet searches for age and gender demographics may reflect the age and gender profile of those diagnosed with gluten intolerance.
Alexa provides a snapshot of demographics for major site visitors and takes the following charts and data for three popular celiac and three gluten-free sites. Site. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Global rankingwww. celiac. com. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48,590www. celiac. org. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 486,285www. celiaccentral. org. . . . . . . . . . . 559,962www. glutenfree. com. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168,693www. gluten. net. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 855,378www. glutenfreeda. com. . . . . . . . . . . .
996,079 visitor demographicage: all websites have a strong bias towards the use of older groups.
On the 18 th, the number of delegates on all websites was very small. 24 age groups.
Most (except for corlyac.
Com), showing a strong bias against tourists in the 55-64 age group.
Education: half of the site's visitors have a strong bias against visitors with a college background compared to ordinary Internet users, but often do not have visitors with a graduate background.
Gender: all websites show a strong bias towards more use by women.
Children: visitors are often neutral in their response to having children.
Unlike other demographics, this measure shows the biggest difference between websites.
The three belly sites tend to have a slight bias against tourists who don't have children, while the two gluten free sites tend to have some children and one (gluenfreeda ).
Com) there is a very large population without children.
Browse Location: most websites tend to have a strong bias towards visitors visiting the site from home rather than from work.
Conclusion very small samples from the three largest sites of diarrhea and three large gluten-free sites, compared with the general Internet population, tourists seem to be biased against older (55 to 64) and women.
Please note that the population of this age may not account for a large proportion of total web users, so the average visitor may be younger in the absolute sense.
Users tend to have a college background (rather than a higher graduate level) and browse at home.
This suggests that the educational level of middle-aged female tourists may be related to their discovery of diarrhea, they can work from home or become housewives.
At present, due to food purchase and family eating patterns, it seems that the eating place thinks that the average milk diarrhea appears to be a middle-aged woman.
Diarrhea affects all ages and most races, so as the diagnosis spreads more widely, more and more doctors are aware of this, the spread of age and the apparent gender bias will expand.
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