I personally went gluten free four years ago after first hearing Dr. Tom O'Bryan speak. It had an astonishing positive impact on my health and now, to anyone that I care about, I encourage that they just try, for a short period of time, to remove gluten from their diet and see how they feel.
It would be ridiculous to say that gluten is the cause of everyone's symptoms or health issues, but I am confident that it's sensible everyone at least consider if gluten is helping or hindering their health. The neurologist, Dr David Perlmutter, M.D. says "Gluten is this generations tobacco" and cardiologist Dr William Davis, author of Wheat Belly states that gluten can have a direct impact on heart health. Both of these MDs, and many more, have participated in The Gluten Summit. Starting today, Dr Tom O'Bryan is providing a wealth of cutting edge information on gluten related disorders and I encourage you to take advantage of this free online information while you can. I have been privileged enough to have already heard a couple of the interviews and they were fascinating and ground-breaking.
If you are confused about what gluten related disorders means, if you are considering going gluten free, if you have poor health (not only digestive issues), if you have someone in your family who is coeliac, if you or anyone in your family has an autoimmune condition, depression, IBS, acne, brain fog, infertility, ADHD, fatigue, schizophrenia, arthritis, migraines...need I go on..! More than 300 symptoms could be caused by the consumption of gluten, yet a very small percentage of the population knows it could be fueling the cause. Instead of waiting another 10 years, listening to this information could just help you or someone you care about to dramatically improve their health. Being gluten free is hard initially, yes, but being ill is much much harder. I do not endorse any fads or diets. This is science and in my opinion, everyone should have access to this information. To get access, click here.