Posts Tagged ‘gluten’

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

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 on

Can Gluten Cause Adrenal Burnout?

Adrenal Burnout Can Mimic Gluten -Like Symptoms Dr. Osborne here, I want to introduce you to world leading adrenal expert, Dr. Alan Christianson.  Why?  Adrenal dysfunction and gluten sensitivity go hand in hand.  As a matter of fact a number of research study conclusions on the topic conclude that those with adrenal disease be tested for celiac and vice versa. 

6 Common Causes of Peripheral Neuropathy (Gluten Included)

Neuropathy Is Extremely Common Peripheral neuropathy is a condition that leads to multiple symptoms in the arms, legs, hands, and feet.  Numbness, tingling, burning, and pain are some of the most common symptomatic manifestations.  The condition effects as many as 80 out of every 1,000 people.  The condition has a number of different causes.  Let’s take a look at 6

Should Women With Gluten Sensitivity Breast Feed?

Gluten and Breastfeeding The questions about breast feeding come up often in regards to gluten intolerance, sensitivity, and celiac disease.  I have had patients tell me that their pediatrician would prefer they not breastfeed because of gluten issues in the baby.  I have also had patients be told that their baby is allergic to breast milk and that formula is

Gluten Sensitivity Hormones, and Vitamins

Unexpected Side Effects Gluten is a known to disrupt a number of hormones, estrogen included.  If you have been diagnosed with gluten sensitivity and you are having hormone related troubles keep reading.  Often times woman are placed on prescription estrogens for birth control, for pre-menstrual symptoms (PMS), and for menopause symptoms (hot flashes…).   Doctors will frequently prescribe estrogen pills

Celiac Patients React to “Gluten Free” Bread

Gluten Free Bread Damages Celiacs… A recent study found that patients with celiac disease can react to “gluten free” bread made with maize (corn) protein.  Serum IgA was measured against the prolamine in corn.  Previous studies have found similar reactions with corn in patients with gluten sensitivity. Many of these studies find that the gluten in corn is similar enough

Dr. Osborne Discusses Solutions for Fatigue

Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired? Listen to this audio interview with Dr. Osborne as he discusses some of the major lifestyle factors that can cause, contribute to, and perpetuate fatigue in your life… Listen to internet radio with TimetoPlay on Blog Talk Radio Keep Reading to Get More Energy… Are you tired of feeling tired?  Are you

Gluten Destroys Muscle

Before you continue reading and watching, you should know that gluten can cause and contribute to muscular loss, muscular weakness, and muscular inflammation.  This prevents your metabolic system from being able to properly maintain your normal body weight.  Taking gluten out of your diet is not enough to restore good muscular health… >>>Download this free report on injury free pullups

Gluten and High Cholesterol

Cholesterol Lowering Medications and Gluten – What you should know Gluten can cause an elevation in cholesterol levels leading to the prescription of a class of drugs known as statins.  Common examples include Zocor, Lipitor, and Crestor.  Unfortunately, these medications can contribute to a variety of health problems.  The following video discusses what you should know… Why Using Cholesterol Drugs

Schizophrenia and Gluten Sensitivity – is there a connection?

Should Patients With Schizophrenia be put on a Gluten Free Diet? A recent research study published in the journal, Biological Psychiatry identified that schizophrenic patients have elevated antibody reactions to gliadin (a gluten protein found in wheat, barley, and rye). Individuals with recent-onset psychosis had increased levels of IgG and IgA antibodies to gliadin compared with control subjects.  Individuals with

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