Radio Show: Gluten: The Time-Released Killer (Part 2 with Dr. Tom O’Bryan)

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Depositphotos_18524525_xsYou have probably heard by now lots of media chatter about gluten, and going “gluten-free.”

You may have started to see labels on lots of grocery items now as being gluten-free.

You may have even done some research yourself about gluten, and gotten quite a bit of conflicting data that ranges all the way from urgent-sounding “everyone needs to get off gluten” to “only a small percentage should, like those who are officially diagnosed as celiacs.”

There is even information out there that warns you to never go off gluten because once you do, you can never go back!

The truth about gluten is actually of much more critical importance than the mainstream medical community and the media have revealed.

Screen Shot 2013-10-28 at 2.41.39 PMNow the science is catching up, and the experts are weighing in. Dr. Ritamarie has brought in one of the foremost experts on gluten and its effects on your body over time, Dr. Tom O'Bryan.

Dr. O'Bryan is hosting a myth-busting, information packed Gluten Summit starting November 11th, where he will bring in other experts who break down specific areas of gluten, and just how damaging it is to your body.

On this revealing week's radio show, Dr. Ritamarie interviews Dr. O'Bryan about gluten in this provocative Two-Part series. The two will discuss why gluten is such a dangerous problem for humans today, how much valid research there is, the inherent problem with going “mostly gluten free” and more.

If you missed it, here's Part 1.

In Part 2, Dr. O'Bryan will describe how gluten effects the brain, including ADD, brain fog, Alzehiemers, Parkinsons, multiple sclerosis, and autoimmne disease, with specific references to autoimmune thyroid and Lupus. Who knew gluten was such a culprit in so many disorders and diseases that make millions of peoples' lives miserable every day? Have you or someone you love been affected by any of these debilitating conditions?

Hint: Think of peanut allergies and how even just a hint of a peanut in something can cause an allergic person to go into anaphylactic shock. Gluten works in a similar manner, but in a highly insidious way that you don't even know is happening, sometimes even decades beforehand.

Don't miss this powerful 2-part show!

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In this show learn:

  • Why gluten is so dangerous to the human brain, and what your brain is like on even small amounts of gluten.
  • What are the risks for children? How does gluten sensitivity show up in your kids?
  • What is the connection between gluten and disorders like IBS, ADD, Parkinson's, Alzheimers, Parkinsons, Lupus, Autoimmune, and many more.
  • How the gluten antibodies work in your body, and how to begin the repair process. 
  • Be left with a sense of hope that it is not a life-sentence…that simple lifestyle changes can make a world of difference.

Additional Resources:

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