Unfortunately, many doctors specializing in hormone treatment do not consider gluten sensitivity when making a diagnosis. The common mentality is:
“You have _____ disease (fill in the blank with your choice below). We don’t know what causes it, but the solution is this prescription.”
Gluten is a known hormone disruptor. Grain seeds are sprayed with hormone to enhance growth. These hormones interfere with your hormones. The pesticide, fungicide, and herbicide chemicals that grains are sprayed with are also hormone disruptors. This is not rocket science. One only has to investigate the origin of his/her food to discover these facts.
The big question is why doesn’t your doctor know this? Why does he/she constantly ignore food quality, allergens, and intolerances as a part of a standard medical work up? The answer – Nutrition is not taught in medical school, and your doctor does not want to look foolish.
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