How Gluten Affects Your Hormones Hormones are chemicals produced by various glands throughout your body and released to regulate specific functions. For example, your thyroid hormone helps regulate your metabolism. Estrogen, a sex hormone, helps regulate menstruation in women. And cortisol, a stress hormone, helps regulate blood pressure. Thus, hormones play many vital roles, which […]
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46 Facts About Gluten You Need to Know Alright, I can hear you saying – “46 facts about gluten! Come on Dr. Osborne. There is no way that all of this can be true! My doctor never talked about any of these things!” Part of the reason this information is not main stream is because […]
How To Protect Your Good Bacteria From Gluten (and everything else) In this episode of Pick Dr. Osborne’s Brain you will learn how gluten can damage your friendly gut bacteria. You will also learn how other environmental factors play a role in damaging your gut’s good guys…to include, chlorine, pesticides, plastics, antibiotics, and much more.
Gluten and Immune System Function If you are just getting started on your gluten free journey, it’s important to remember, that years of damage from gluten on your immune system is often what delays recovery. Remember that your immune system needs time and the right nutrition to function optimally. Gluten can cause inflammation in any […]
Protect Your Brain Function From Dementia (Brain Inflammation – AKA Brainflammation) Loss of brain function is on the rise. One of the most debilitating medical conditions, dementia, is cruel and unrelenting. This disease can cause severe disability, psychological trauma, family grief, and much more. Affecting approximately 50 million people worldwide, this condition is caused by […]