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Top 5 Mistakes Made When Going Gluten Free

Gluten Free Diet Mistakes

In this video, in honor of celiac awareness month, Dr. Peter Osborne breaks down some of the top celiac disease diet mistakes that cause persistent inflammation in the GI tract and perpetual health issues. So if you are following a gluten free diet and it is not working to improve your health, pay close attention.

Top 5 Mistakes Made When Going Gluten Free

  • Mistake #1 – Eating Corn – the gluten found in corn can cause inflammation, and research proves it. Corn byproducts have also been shown to contain mercury.
  • Mistake #2 – Eating Rice – This grain can cause inflammation of the colon (enterocolitis). It also contains high levels of the toxic metals cadmium, arsenic, and lead. Processed rice contributes to blood sugar issues leading to weight gain and problems like diabetes.
  • Mistake #3 – Eating Oats – Despite popular belief, oats (even those not cross contaminated with wheat) can cause inflammation in gluten sensitive individuals. Many popular oat containing products have also been shown to contain the poison glyphosate (see #4).
  • Mistake #4 – Eating GMO products or non organic products containing glyphosate – Glyphosate is poison. Learn more about it here.
  • Mistake #5 – Eating processed gluten free foods containing meat glue. Major new research has identified this substance as a celiac trigger.
Top 5 Mistakes When Going Gluten Free What mistakes did you make when you first started a gluten free diet? Make sure you share below. You might just help someone else trying to navigate a gluten free diet. Always looking out for you, Dr. Osborne – The Gluten Free Warrior

7 Responses

  1. Totally ate corn when I first went GF. Yeah, my geographical tongue went into overdrive. I’ve had two pregnancies where my thyroid antibodies elevated during the first trimester. The pro to this was that it made my food intolerances blatantly obvious, no testing needed. Gluten, corn and dairy with the exception of yogurt and cheese. I believe there is a reaction to rice as well, though it seems to be much milder, possibly because I rarely ate it at the time. Contrary to the above info, my body responded AMAZINGLY well to both kamut and oats. Not saying it’s for everyone, but my body personally thrived with those specific grains. Just realizing that I most likely have celiac disease and it is probably the culprit behind my recent bouts of anemia. Frustrating as I have been struggling for years and should have made this simple connection sooner. I simply didn’t understand how far reaching celiac disease is all the symptoms/medical issues that are associated with it.

    1. Is geographic tongue caused by gluten. I am celiac and my daughter gets geographic tongue and wondering if she should get tested

          1. Background: Geographic tongue (GT) is a benign inflammatory condition usually involving the dorsal surface and lateral borders of the tongue. … GT may also coexist as one of the possible manifestations of celiac disease (CD).Jul 25, 2019

  2. I found out when I had a colonospony that I have food allergies. Ive been dealing with this for 3 year’s now. When I went to the allergist and had the prick test. Everything came back negative. Since then I know I have figured out on my own that soy, most dairy and gluetin are my worst enemies. I’m still having issues. Could some of the additives in my food contain gluetin or soy but are worded differently and I am having issues with that? I need help. Thanks

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