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00:00 – intro and overview
01:40 – gluten’s relationships to skin disorders
02:10 – vitiligo
07:15 – dermatitis herpetiformis
09:37 – urticaria
14:15 – eczema
17:20 – psoriasis
20:14 – rosacea
25:10 – acanthosis nigricans
31:00 – summary of disorders
32:15 – nutritional relationships and deficiencies
41:40 – Q&A

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