The Boy Who Wouldnt Grow: Liberty Sophomore Blake Walkers Battle With Celiac Disease

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Gulley have spoken about the leadership Walker provides already as a sophomore. He knows the game beyond his years and his demeanor on the court is a calming presence for everyone else, Gulley said. He doesnt play like a sophomore and last year he didnt really play like a freshman. Hes a vocal leader in the locker room. Despite a strong knowledge of his disease, Walker still has a handful of run-ins with gluten every year. Hes probably had five severe instances in the last year, his mom said. Hes probably missed at least six-to-eight days of school in the last year, but I also think he toughs it out because he cant handle missing anything. Because Walkers case of the disease is severe, consuming gluten can lead to being violently ill for several days and causes a lack of protein absorption for up to a week, according to Blake. When you are a kid who is extremely active and you do get any trace of gluten, it does go back to destroying the lining of the small intestine, Monica Walker said. Thats the hard part with him gaining weight now. If he does get gluten at someones house, it sets him back physically a little bit. Walker was named the starting quarterback for Liberty in the fall and is already a two-year varsity starter as a sophomore in basketball. That level of achievement has him thinking about playing college sports, which will require him to put on significant muscle muscle that his disease makes it difficult to gain. that guy http://highschoolsports.oregonlive.com/news/article/328082645172078586/the-boy-who-wouldnt-grow-liberty-sophomore-blake-walkers-battle-with-celiac-disease/











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