Gluten Free Society's goal is to help educate the world about the TRUE gluten free diet. We strive to provide information to help people maintain a healthy gluten free lifestyle. Dr. Peter Osborne is dedicated to bringing the most up to date and scientific analysis of gluten and the gluten free diet.
It is late December, and I am sitting in another airport looking outside as the snow is falling over the tarmac. I am listening to the song, “I’d Do Anything for Love, But I Won’t Do That” by Meatloaf, because great melodies stimulate my brain when contemplating… and in contemplating the last year, I have to say from the bottom of my heart, Thank You. Thank you for supporting my work, my clinic, my foundation – Gluten Free Society, and most importantly, my ultimate mission of bringing functional medicine to people across the globe.
I just wanted to take a moment to reflect back on what a blessed year 2017 has been for “The Gluten Free Warrior’s” mission or reaching 100 million people and training 10,000 doctors about ...
Gluten Free Travel – Tips On Staying Gluten Free On The Road…
Traveling can pose one of the greatest risks to gluten free diet compliance. There are several factors to consider when you plan for a holiday, trip, family vacation, or just simply need help because you travel for work. Cross contamination, uneducated wait staff, lack of food availability, and much more. Take a few minutes to watch the comprehensive video below. It will go a long way toward protecting you from getting “glutened”. If you prefer reading, you can access the full transcript, or read the synopsis below.
How to eat clean and stay gluten free when you travel - YouTube
This is one of those times of year where people with gluten sensitivity issues struggle the most. Cross contamination and exposure to hidden gluten in foods can be a major challenge to navigate. Finding substitutes for your favorite recipes, traveling tips, and dealing with family members that do not understand the “gluten free thing” are all part of solving the gluten free holiday puzzle. That’s why I put together this video on the topic. So if you are looking for gluten free recipes, ideas, or tips to help you enjoy a fabulous gluten/grain free Thanksgiving, hit play.
Protect Your Brain From Dementia (Brain Inflammation – AKA Brainflammation)
One of the most debilitating medical conditions, dementia, is cruel and unrelenting. This disease can cause severe disability, psychological trauma, family grief, and much more. Affecting approximately 47 million people worldwide, this condition is caused by several contributing factors.
So many people are struggling with Alzheimer’s, memory loss, brain fog, depression, attention disorders, and loss of brain function. The key to preventing these problems, and maintaining a healthy and vibrant brain, revolves around intelligent, preventative strategies. In essence, implement these 6 natural tips to optimize your brain and keep it healthy.
Problems with constipation, indigestion, heartburn, and bad breath?
Theses are very common symptoms for those struggling with gluten sensitivity. Because gluten and grains can contribute to changes in the microbiome as well as gastrointestinal inflammation, many people struggle trying to find an answer. The all too common medical solution is to medicate the symptoms without identifying the causes. Unfortunately this approach can leave a person in an even worse state of health.
In most cases these GI issues can be resolved naturally without drugs. Below I break down 4 of the best tried and true strategies for getting your gut health back on track. So if you struggle with IBS, constipation, diarrhea, heartburn, or bad breath, pay attention. You might find the solution to your problem below.
Many people struggle with gut problems because of gluten sensitivity. It is no mystery that gluten can cause major inflammatory damage to the gut. It is also no mystery that gluten can cause a leaky gut that contributes to the development of multiple forms of autoimmune disease.
That is why I dedicated an entire show to the topic – “Tips To Help Restore a Leaky Gut” – I discuss simple changes you can make to help support gut health, and pay attention until the very end, as I discuss the best natural supplement options as well.
If you are new or inexperienced to the gluten free diet, you might feel a little overwhelmed. There is a lot of information to digest (pun intended). Mistakes and misconceptions about the diet are rampant. So it is important to take some time to get properly acquainted with the potential pitfalls and mistakes people make when going on a gluten free diet. Keep in mind that even small doses of gluten can create inflammatory damage that can last for months. If you are trying to recover from an autoimmune disease, small mistakes can delay your progress tremendously.
Grab you notepad (you will want to take notes) and push play below.
Gluten Free Diet - Pitfalls and Mistakes - YouTube
This is a common question for many trying to navigate their celiac or gluten sensitivity issues. In this weeks Gluten Free Warrior Podcast, I interview clinical pharmacist, Steve Plogstead of www.GlutenFreeDrugs.com. In this interview we discuss all of the ins and outs of this issue. Enjoy! And as always, please leave us your comments and feedback below.
Intermittent fasting is a dietary strategy that addresses the timing of food consumption in a pattern that typically trends toward longer breaks between meal times allowing the gut a prolonged period to rest and recover. There are several different types of fasting strategies. The video above discusses four fasting four different types of fasting that have been shown to have tremendous benefits on health and healing.