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What To Do If you Have Suspected Gluten Induced Nerve Damage

  1. Go on a TRUE gluten free diet.  That means cutting out the gluten free (highly processed, non organic, genetically modified) bread, pasta, and cereal.
  2. Remember that gluten causes inflammation.  This can cause your body to lose nutrients as it tries to heal the food induced damage.  Additionally, gluten can damage the digestive organs and contribute to both digestion and absorption problems.  Consider a digestive enzyme and a strong probiotic to help your body recover.  Have your doctor check your vitamin and mineral levels with functional testing (serum tests are not accurate – don’t settle for them).  You can learn more about this here <<<
  3. Consider the fact that many medications used to treat nerve disease can cause vitamin and mineral deficiencies.  This means that a multivitamin may not be enough to counteract the effects of the medications.  Talk with your doctor about the possibility of drug induced nutritional deficiencies.  (Vitamin B12, Folate, Magnesium, and CoQ10 are most often effected)

Want to Learn More About Gluten Induced Nerve Damage?

Watch this in depth interview with functional medicine psychiatrist, Dr. Charles Parker now <<<

In good health,
Dr. Osborne
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One response on “No Grain No Pain – Phil’s Story

  1. donna sessions says:

    I have fibromyalgia cant get relief for any long period of time.could guten add to my issues? Im desperate for help in dealing with this. I want answers this is 8 years now. Suggestions are needed. I just want to live a normal life. Im 53. There has to be relief some how. No insurance you get no help. Only masked.

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