10 Steps to Heal Leaky Gut Syndrome Naturally

April 2, 2015

  The Leaky Gut Conundrum Leaky gut can be one of the most challenging problems for those with gluten sensitivity.  Primarily because the extensive damage caused by years of gluten exposure leaves this vital system in disarray.  Gluten… Disrupts the gut barrier Alters healthy gut bacteria Causes GI inflammation Causes digestive distress Leads to vitamin and mineral deficiencies and Mal-absorption

FDA Sued Over Glutens in Medication

March 25, 2015

  Medicine a Big Source of Hidden Gluten The Wall Street Journal recently reported a story about a New York resident filing a law suit against the FDA for not adequately regulating gluten in medications.  Currently their is no confirmed or verified database on medications being dispensed and the possibility that they may contain gluten.  Additionally, there is no policy

Is Coffee Safe on a Gluten Free Diet?

March 18, 2015

  The Connection between Coffee and Gluten Sensitivity Before you jump into a panic attack about having your coffee taken away, please read the entire article.  I am not condemning coffee, I am simply sharing with you recent research combined with 15 years of clinical experience dealing with patients who fail to respond to a traditional gluten free diet.  If

Pain in the Grain

March 4, 2015

  Can Going Gluten Free Eliminate Pain and Eczema? One of the most powerful patient success stories I have ever seen…  At one point, this beautiful woman was so inflamed, you could not recognize her (see pictures below).  Her video story says more than I ever could.  Please watch it, share it, and help me help someone else suffering from

Does Non Celiac Gluten Sensitivity Exist?

March 3, 2015

  Over the last year, there has been major debate about whether or not non celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS) exists.  Now I know what many of you are already thinking…OF COURSE IT DOES!  Just ask anyone without celiac disease who has had a dramatic change in health as a result of going gluten free. I have personally seen more than

Prescription Drugs – Is This Funny or Sad?

February 18, 2015

  Prescription Drugs – You Should Be Concerned I initially watched this comical break down on prescription drugs by John Oliver, and laughed so hard I cried. Laughter is Great Medicine I initially watched this video and just enjoyed the comedy, but after the laughter settled, I was somewhat disturbed.  Mainly because I know so many people who are very

Gluten Free Warrior at The GRAMMYs

February 12, 2015

  My Gluten Free Trip to the GRAMMYs This past Sunday, I was fortunate enough to be invited to the 57th GRAMMY Awards.  The group I attended the event with were all experts in the nutrition and functional medicine/health, and not only was the music and ceremony awesome, but getting to hang out and chat with some great minds was

Gluten Free Warrior Podcast Episode #3 – Dr. Seneff on the Dangers of Roundup

February 1, 2015

  Dr. Peter Osborne – The Gluten Free Warrior Podcast Presenting Dr. Seneff on Roundup: I recently sat down with Dr. Seneff from MIT to discuss the potential dangers associated with exposure to the chemical glyphosate (also known as round up).  This chemical is one of the most commonly used herbicides (weed killers) in the U.S.  It is used primarily

Gluten Bowl – Will The Super Bowl Derail Your Gluten Free Diet?

January 30, 2015

  Gluten Free Super Bowl Snack Idea So here we are, a little over four weeks into the new year.  This is the time when resolutions are pushed aside, and some of the biggest temptations occur during Super Bowl weekend.  Fast foods, finger foods, and high calorie, low nutrient beverages are the staples for most during the weekend.  Let’s take

Top 10 Symptoms of Celiac Disease

January 19, 2015

  The 10 Most Common Symptoms Are Not What Researchers Thought The traditional or classic symptoms of celiac disease reported in medical textbooks are – severe diarrhea and malabsorption accompanied by villous atrophy of the small intestines.  Symptoms are typically present in pediatric patients.   Adults are not as frequently considered for the diagnosis. Basically, most doctors are taught to

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