Gluten Free & Still Sick

May go gluten free and feel better, but continue to have chronic health problems.  In essence their diet change led to improvements, but not resolution of health problems.   If you are one of them, this interview is a must listen to.

In this interview breakdown (courtesy of Mike Mutzel Author of Belly Fat Effect), Dr. Osborne discusses:

  • How to nutritionally overcome autoimmune diseases
  • The 3 rarely discussed causes of autoimmune disease
  • The two nutrients you must have to fight autoimmune problems
  • The 3 medications that damage the GI tract and cause leaky gut
  • How drug induced nutritional deficiencies can delay your healing
  • Why the most common lab tests for gluten are extremely flawed and misleading
  • The most important lab tests to have your doctor perform on you
  • How common GREEN DRINKS can damage your gut
  • The cereal company cover up that led to an epidemic of disease
  • The gluten like foods that can keep you sick
  • The gluten/GMO duo of death
  • The hidden toxin found in many homes that can mimic the symptoms of gluten sensitivity

Right click the MP3 image below to download the audio.  You can click the phrase below to listen now.

>>> How to recover from gluten sensitivity induced damage

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Always looking out for you,

Dr. Osborne – The Gluten Free Warrior

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Gluten Free Warrior Commentary

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4 thoughts on “Gluten Free Warrior Podcast #2 – Recovering From Gluten 101

  1. Melissa Shackford says:

    Be sure to ask to have your ferritin level checked. My hemoglobin has always been OK but low ferritin levels. Ferritin is your storage of iron.

    • chandra carr
      chandra carr says:

      Good point Melissa!
      The standard blood work up to evaluate iron properly should include a CBC (paying attention to RBC count, hemoglobin, hematocrit, and RDW), a chemistry panel to ensure adequate liver function (liver helps recycle components important for RBC production), ferritin levels, iron, iron binding capacity, and % iron saturation.

  2. Antoinette says:

    My son suffers low iron and many symptoms you mention. But what’s the best way to increase iron levels and absorption for a 5 year old? Docs just say he’s on the very low side of normal and not to worry about it.

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