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Wheat Germ Agglutinin In Depth with Sayer Ji and Dr. Peter Osborne – Episode #2

Gluten Free Society Presents… A special report and in depth analysis of wheat germ agglutinin with Dr. Peter Osborne and Sayer Ji Learn why gluten is not the only culprit in grain to create a problem with human health.  Chemical compounds called lectins give wheat the ability to protect itself from predators (i.e. humans).  A […]

Headaches, depression, nerve damage, and seizures…Is gluten to blame?

Headaches, Depression, Nerve Damage, and Seizures… What They All Have in Common In one study, 70% of gluten intolerant patients had social phobias. Depression was found in 52%.   These are neurological manifestations of the disease, or are related to the disease, and they’re not the only ones either. Italian researchers found that 22.5% of […]

Gluten a Cause of Mental Disease

Statistics on mental disorders in the U.S. are higher than what one would imagine.  One in four adults suffer from a mental disorder in a given year, affecting over 57 million people! About 6% are suffering from a serious mental disorder. Mental disorders aren’t only found in the U.S., but also worldwide. Other countries are […]

Canker Sores – A sign of gluten sensitivity

A canker sore is a small painful ulcer in the lining of the mouth. It can also occur in the GI tract. Canker sores are pretty common and when they are found repeatedly only in the mouth, the condition is called Recurrent Aphthous Stomatitis (RAS). The condition is thought to resolve during the third decade […]

Corn Antibodies in Celiac, Crohn’s, and Ulcerative Colitis

In this 1978 Study, corn antibodies were found in patients with celiac disease, crohn’s disease, and ulcerative colitis (see table 1). “It is of interest that patients with coeliac disease on a gluten-free diet had a lower incidence of wheat, but not of maize, antibodies when compared with those patients not on a diet.” The authors […]

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