Gluten Summit

Written on October 24, 2013 at 6:12 pm, by admin in Blog

There’s a FREE online summit happening in a couple weeks called the Gluten Summit.

November 11-17th, 2013 will bring 29 doctors, researchers and nutritionist together. If you’ve never attended one of these conferences before it is simple. Click the link here to sign up by entering your name and email. When the conference starts you will receive an email reminding you to attend. You can watch any of the days’ presentations for a 24 hour period. Presentations are usually an hour in the form of a you tube video. The following day you can click and watch any of the new presenters for 24 hours and so on….

So why am I so pumped? Well, removing gluten from my life was a pivotal turning point in my personal health, but understanding a phenomenon taking the world by storm is pretty important. People ask me all the time if gluten free is right for them, just a fad, something that will save them from a life of chronic disease, etc. This is an excellent way to get exposed to the basic science of gluten intolerance and the nutrition of gluten free living.  Dr. Natasha Campbell-Mcbride of GAPs diet fame will be in attendance as well as Loren Cordain of the Godfather of paleo fervor.

Taming inflammation and improving digestion is the corner stone of what I do as a health practitioner. Removal of food allergies is a huge piece of this healing. Going gluten free is no the solution for everyone, but this information is FREE and you can listen from the comfort of wherever you have an internet connection.

Please share with your friends and family and those who might have questions about Celiacs disease, gluten intolerance and food allergies.

Here’s a video introducing the summit and explaining more:

A grain of truth

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