Tag Archives: gluten intolerance

The Rise of Autoimmune Disease

autoimmune disease

With the prevalence of autoimmune diseases, it is likely that you or someone you know has one. In fact, in the United States, more than 50 million people suffer from an autoimmune disease and it happens to be the number one killer of women under 65. To further put it into perspective, cancer affects 9 […]

Dogs are Gluten Intolerant

Irish Setters identified to have gluten intolerance in a research study… “Affected setters, reared on a normal wheat containing diet, exhibited partial villus atrophy, intraepithelial lymphocyte infiltration, reduced brush border alkaline phosphatase activity, and increased intestinal permeability. Gluten sensitivity was shown by introduction of a gluten free diet, which resulted in resolution of morphological and […]

Gluten, Selenium Deficiency, and Thyroid Disease

A new study sheds light on the fact that selenium deficiency can be caused by gluten induced malabsorption.  The researchers go on to say that Selenium deficiency can cause thyroid diseases and can lead to unregulated inflammatory damage… Regarding gluten sensitivity – the target organs are not limited to the gut, but include thyroid, liver, […]

Gluten Intolerance and Cancer

Dr. Peter Osborne discusses the role of gluten in the development of cancer in this six part series… Do you have a cancer success story?  Please leave your feedback or comment below. Need Help Going on a TRUE Gluten Free Diet? If you think that this video will help someone else, please share it with […]

Your medication is not the solution?

pain medications and gluten

  More and more Americans are taking prescription drugs, and in increasing quantities. It’s estimated that from 1994 to 2005 the number of prescriptions purchased increased 71% (from 2.1 billion to 3.6 billion) compared with a 9% growth in the U.S. population, according to the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation, a nonprofit that analyzes health […]