If you have been diagnosed with a neurological disease, this nine part interview will help shed light on the role that gluten may be contributing. Dr. Peter Osborne of the Gluten Free Society and Dr. Charles Parker of Corepsych discuss the impact of gluten on the brain and nervous system.
Dr. Parker is a board certified psychiatrist with 40 years of clinical experience. He does an excellent job of laying out the nature of how gluten impacts and damages brain and nerve tissue. Dr. Parker’s website is www.corepsychblog.comYou can watch part 2 and 3 here!
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