WHEN GOING GLUTEN-FREE IS NOT ENOUGH

Unfortunately, going gluten-free alone may not be enough to manage declining brain function, autoimmunity, or inflammation. This is because proteins in other foods can cross-react with gluten. Cross-reactivity means the proteins in certain foods are similar enough to those in gluten to trigger a reaction. Foods known to commonly cross-react with gluten include casein (the…

THREE REASONS WHY GLUTEN MAY HARM THE NERVOUS SYSTEM

Practitioners around the country are continually astonished by the profound therapeutic effect of a strict gluten-free diet on neurological disorders (the key word is “strict”). Studies have found associations between gluten sensitivity and disorders in every major part of the nervous system, including the brain, the spinal cord, and the nerves that extend into the…

No food is a more powerful trigger of neurological issues and autoimmunity than gluten

No food is a more powerful trigger of neurological issues and autoimmunity than gluten, the protein found in wheat. The average American eats wheat at every meal and we’re seeing dramatic increases in gluten sensitivity today.   The term gluten comes from the Latin word for “glue” and it’s the glue-like quality that gives wheat…