Food Triggers – Gluten: You could be tearing holes in your brain and you don’t even know it.

The Autoimmune Disease Series

Cutting out gluten could be the single most important thing that you do for your condition.

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This topic is very close to my heart.  I am currently working on a book to help people to identify their food triggers.  With autoimmune disease there are three fundamental things that a pioneer in autoimmune disease research; Dr A. Fasano, has identified, that contribute to keeping you sick.

  1. A genetic disposition
  2. A leaky gut
  3.  A food or environmental trigger

Actually what we are seeing is that gluten can contribute to points 2 and 3.

In this comprehensive video, Dr O’ Brien will tell you the very latest information about Gluten and the fact that it is implicated in causing leaky gut, not just in those of you who have auto immune diseases, but also the whole of the population.

Once it has “torn” the lining of your gut, it can then also contribute to inflammation in the rest of your body.

The devastating effects of eating the particular family of gluten proteins that are found in wheat, rye and barley include:

  • Autoimmune diseases.
  • Mental health issues including schizophrenia, brain fog and depression.
  • Gut issues.
  • Fertility issues.
  • Chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia.
  • Inflammation and pain in limbs and joints.
  • Migraine headaches.

Watch this video, it is a long one, but it might just change everything.  I wouldn’t have shared it with you if I didn’t think that it was important.

You may need to drag the play back a bit on this link in order to catch the beginning:

“The hunger for love is much more difficult to remove than the hunger for bread”.  Mother Theresa.

Have a great week,

Gemma x


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