Are You Gluten Sensitive or Intolerant?
Millions of people could be affected by gluten sensitivity
or intolerance and not know it.
If you react to gluten but do not have celiac disease, you could be sensitive or intolerant.
The most common reactions are fatigue, headaches, joint aches, gastrointestinal complaints (IBS, acid reflux, diarrhoea, constipation) and neurological issues (depression, anxiety).
Gluten is very prevalent in today's diet - people eat toast
for breakfast, a sandwich for lunch, and pasta for supper. That is a lot of wheat, and a lot of
Of course, followers of the Detox Lifestyle don't go overboard like that, but maybe you have a little wheat treat every now and then - especially when eating out.
Dr. Tom O'Bryan has been researching gluten sensitivity for
the past 20 years, and his passion in life is to raise awareness in the medical
community of a connection between gluten and many common illnesses - he has
said that research on the internet by the general public is absolutely massive,
compared with the minimal research undertaken by medical doctors and
Dr Tom is running the world's first Gluten Summit on the internet. Between November 11th and 17th he will be running webinars showing interviews with some of the world's experts on the topics of gluten-related disorders, nutrition, and healthy living. The on-line interviews are free. The aim of the Gluten Summit is to stimulate the scientific discussion and clinical recognition of gluten-related disorders - and is for doctors, nutritionists, and the general public - you and me. You don't have to go anywhere, but can attend from the comfort of your own home.
Why not check it out? You can sign up here through this link to join what I think will be a fascinating series of discussions and interviews.