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43 Facts about gluten Dr. Osborne

43 Gluten Facts That Doctors Should Get, But Usually Don’t

  1. Everyone with celiac disease is gluten sensitive, but not everyone with gluten sensitivity will develop celiac disease
  2. There are over 200 medical conditions that gluten can either cause, contribute to, or make worse.
  3. Gluten can cause autoimmune disease
  4. Gluten can cause leaky gut
  5. Gluten is a common cause of unexplained iron deficiency anemia
  6. Gluten is a common cause of vitamin B12 deficiency
  7. There is a form of gluten in corn that can cause inflammatory damage
  8. There is no such thing as a gluten free oat
  9. Excessive gluten consumption can cause both excessive weight gain or loss
  10. Lab tests for celiac disease aren’t specific and have a tendency to deliver false negatives
  11. Villous atrophy can also be caused by corn, soy, dairy, and parasite infections.
  12. Eating processed “gluten free’ food products is a bad idea
  13. Some medications have been shown to mimic gluten sensitivity
  14. Gluten can cause asthma symptoms
  15. Vitamin C can help heal inflammatory damage caused by gluten.
  16. Gluten can cause dizziness and loss of balance (Ataxia)
  17. Gluten can cause seizures
  18. Gluten is a migraine headache trigger
  19. Gluten can contribute to testosterone problems in men.
  20. Gluten can cause thyroid disease
  21. Gluten can cause nerve pain and neuropathy
  22. Gluten can cause 4 types of skin disease
  23. Gluten can cause damage in doses as low as 20 ppm (1 breadcrumb)
  24. Gluten sensitivity is completely different from a wheat allergy
  25. Gluten can cause liver damage
  26. Gluten can cause your gallbladder to malfunction
  27. Casein, a protein in dairy, can mimic gluten
  28. There are thousands of different kinds of gluten proteins found in grains
  29. Sometimes gluten gets blamed for health problems that are caused by exposure to pesticides
  30. Sometimes gluten gets blamed for health problems caused by other proteins found in grain.
  31. Children with learning disorders often respond well to a gluten free diet
  32. Processed food can be cross contaminated with gluten up to 41% of the time.
  33. As many as 92% of the people following a gluten free diet continue to have health problems because of cross contamination, processed food, and consumption of corn, rice, sorghum and other grains.
  34. Gluten can be found in orthodontic materials
  35. It can take 3 years to fully recover from gluten induced disease.
  36. Gluten free on the label doesn’t make the food healthy.
  37. The best way to lab test for gluten sensitivity issues is measuring DNA
  38. Most doctors are as in the dark about gluten as the average person because the focus in medical school is nutrition deprived
  39. Gluten can cause arthritis and joint pain
  40. Gluten can cause IBS
  41. The gluten free diet is not dangerous to follow if you don’t have gluten sensitivity
  42. Gluten in cosmetics and skin products can cause health problems
  43. You can take a quick and easy quiz to help you determine whether going gluten free is a good idea for you.  Just click here <<===

Now this list could keep going on and on, but I stop at 43 because it is my 43rd birthday!

Always looking out for you,

Dr. Osborne – The Gluten Free Warrior

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14 responses on “43 Facts About Gluten You Might Not Know…

  1. Cathy Dedie says:

    Happy Birthday!!!!!

  2. Rob says:

    Happy Birthday!!
    🙂

  3. Cindi LaCorte says:

    Wishing you a Very Special Day celebrating You!! Such an Incredible Man and I Thank You for All you do!

  4. June Jackson says:

    Happy Birthday!!

  5. Susie says:

    Happy Birthday!

  6. sheron Pearson says:

    Happy birthday Dr Osborne. Thanks to dedicated people like you even those of us around the world, (Im in New Zealand), can learn so much and be kept in the loop with your advice and advances in gluten research. I know most of what you say from my 25 years of personal sufferring and experience but its good to be reminded of the awfulness it creates when I do every now and then relapse. Looking back I know I had a problem with dairy since babyhood and bread products in my 20s but after a major health meltdown in my late 30s early forties I was lucky to finally find a local doctor who was way ahead with his thinking on health and diagnoses and treatments and he set me on a path that got me well and made me totally aware of natural healing and health. Dr David Higgins was this pioneer who helped so many people and gave us our lives back. Unfortunately he died in his late 40s and left alot of bereft people and a huge hole in natural methods of health and healing. We have very few medical people here who think and practice like you and him so we struggle to find help when needed. I hope your clients and other practictioners like you are truly appreciated as you are a rare breed and so badly needed. If you ever want to emigrate to our beautiful country we would welcome you with open arms!! Thankyou for your work. May your birthday wishes come true.

  7. Lucila Sierra says:

    Happy Birthday Dr.Osborne and thank you for your support

  8. Tanya Egan says:

    Dr Osborne, Happy Birthday!

    Thank you for your courage to seek the truth and ring the alarm bell.
    I am 1 week into the total gluten free diet and massive improvement – 3 kg down, brain fog is gone, fatigue is gone (although have bouts of fatigue some times due to withdrawal), Carpal tunnel is almost gone – last night I slept all night without my splints for the first time in 13 years!, sensivity is very slowly returning to both of my big toes, mood lifted and, most importantly, GERD seems to be diminishing!!!

    I find your tutorials and lectures fantastic. They gave me courage to switch to the gluten free diet.

    If you or anyone is able to answer, please tell me if there is a gluten link to bananas? I was in agony after having a slightly unripe banana.

    God bless you and your family for everything you do!

  9. Byron says:

    Happy belated birthday Dr. O. I plan sending this to my daughter. Great info. May God richly bless you as you continue to fight for us.
    Byron

  10. Alayne walker says:

    CHECK your washing up liquid….I recently found out that Ecover dish washing liquid here in the U.K contains gluten (all except their Grapefruit one). I have always rinsed the dishes in clean water after using washing up liquid, but I know there are plenty of people who leave dishes to drain with all the suds still present…. Now I need to check the dishwasher (brand name Finish) liquid too…..

  11. Gabriella lebgyel says:

    Thank you for the article! Happy Birthday! I’m sorry, that I write it in the second place! And too late.
    And I’m grainfree,glutenfree, no processed food,no junk food,no other dairy, than butter and cheese and natural yoghurt with the good bacteria.And I feel good! At last after years of stomach ulcus which was cured by antibiotics 12 years ago I’ve been free from pain but still never felt good in my digestive system. I’m feeling good now and there are good supplements to get in my country,Sweden. The “food situation” is also different and better than in the US.
    Hm…I’m wondering for myself,how on earth could mankind survived so long – 5000-6000 thousand years – with eating grain products and then how long time it will take to be aware of the harmful impact of grain and grain proteins on human health! And then what will happen with this huge bread industry! Well, there are fantastic researches going on,the knowledge and evidences are growing and accumulate and soon have mainstream authoryties (FDA for ex) realize that bread (and other gluten sources) are not appropriate food and make changes in their opinion/the health advices to be general. But I’m aware of that you and the others on the front edge and we the early followers – and we are many people – must fight a hard battle until that.
    Greeting Gabriella

  12. Diane Whitlock says:

    Happy Birthday Dr. Osborne! So thankful for all your hard work, I thanks God for you!Watched lots of your videos, lifesaving info!

  13. Kay Pask says:

    I just finished reading the above, and think this gluten is exactly my problem.I have not felt good in years.Told I had Fibromyaliga 13 yrs ago, but that’s not my problem Dr.’s say. My dgtr. has found she is gluten intolerant and reworked her whole eating plan.

    This is overwhelming to me, and I just don’t know where to start at all. Any help would be greatly appreciated, as I need to start from square 1.
    Kay

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