“If your car is running fine on the highway at 60 miles an hour, do you listen when the immune system of the car (the dashboard gauges) says “we’ve got a problem here”, and the hot light has lit up, or do we say “the car is running fine – I don’t see or feel any problem”, and keep driving? I think most would agree that is not a very wise move. The same is true for your body. You may ‘feel’ a problem, you may not. We’ll talk more about that in a future article. For now, the point I want to make is that we will benefit from ‘listening’ to what our immune system is saying to us. We just have to be able to hear what it’s trying to say.” Dr. Thomas O’Bryan - ‘The Conundrum of Gluten Sensitivity - Why the Test are Often Wrong “Purring vs. Rumbling”
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Not all Gluten is bad for you - BAD Gluten is BAD for you. From the desk of Dr. Thomas O'Bryan at http://www.thedr.com
Dear Patients, Friends and Colleagues,
Listen to Dr. O'Bryan's interview with Tamara Gerlach on her "Radiant Living" show on BlogTalk Radio. They will discuss how Gluten isn't bad for you - BAD Gluten is BAD for you!
Gluten Sensitivity is a 'foundational' problem being recognized globally.
'Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity', BMJ, 10, Dec, 2012
The single most important risk factor for celiac disease is having a first-degree relative with already-defined celiac disease, particularly a sibling. A rate up to 20% or more has been noted.
World J Gastroenterol 2010 April 21; 16(15): 1828-1831
All Celiac children clinically diagnosed with ADHD or their parents report
a significant improvement in their behavior and functioning after 6 months
on a gluten-free diet.
Journal of Attention Disorders, March 2006, 1-5
Did you miss Dr, O'Bryan's March 7th interview with Shawn Seracki of Whole Body Healing Center? Shawn admits that a couple of years ago - he wasn't a big fan of Gluten issues. That is, until Dr. O'Bryan opened his eyes to research and learning more. In this interview, Dr. O'Bryan started with the basics -
If you missed the call, click the following link to listen to their interview.
Enjoy the Journey!