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Is Santa’s Health in Jeopardy?

I am frankly a little worried.  Santa Claus shows many of the signs and symptoms of gluten sensitivity.  That means his health may be at risk.  Aside from the fact that he lives at the North Pole with very little sunshine (he is most likely vitamin D deficient).  Gluten is a known cause of autoimmune disease, and I would hate to see Santa get sick…

Let’s Look at the Evidence:

  • Rosacea in the cheeks
  • Wheat belly
  • Swollen feet and hands
  • Always drinking milk from grain fed GMO cows
  • Always eating cookies…
  • Repetitive speech tics (ho, ho, ho)

What do you think?  Leave a comment below, and if you think you might have an issue with gluten, take this short quiz here

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to You All!

Thanks for taking a minute to have a laugh with me;) If you are traveling this holiday season, make sure you check out this gluten free travel tip and check list.  I just wanted to wish you all a very merry gluten free Christmas.  May your holiday be filled with joy and peace.

Always looking out for you,

Dr. Osborne – The Gluten Free Warrior

Gluten Free Warrior Commentary


One response on “Is Santa Claus Gluten Sensitive?

  1. Melanie says:

    And of course there’s the obvious water retention issue, probably due to inflammation.

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