Gluten is the protein that makes wheat flour such a delight for spinning into pizzas and stretching into pie crusts. But only a tiny fraction of the world’s population — about 0.6% — has genes that make them immune to problems with gluten sensitivity. Everyone else — 99.4% of the world’s population — is at risk of developing health problems related to gluten consumption.
Dr. Tom O’Brien has organized a number of experts on the subject who will be interviewed on video for The Gluten Summit.
If you are unfamiliar with the interactions of gluten throughout the body, you may think of issues attributed to gluten as being fringe or even junk science. Even worse, it may even seem trendy. But the qualifications and positions of the 29 people interviewed for this event show that this is REAL science — and like all real science, it is ahead of the dominant mode of thinking.
The event itself takes place on-line and in real time for free. Simply register at The Gluten Summit, then log in and watch.
The Gluten Summit is online from Nov 11-17. I’ll be logging in specifically to see Dr. Allesio Fassano, Dr. Loren Cordain and Erica Kasuli though many other very interesting folks will be interviewed.
If your health is less than you’d like, you have autoimmune diseases, irritable bowel syndrome, anxiety or depression or are just curious — I encourage you to take the opportunity to sign up and listen to what these folks have to say.
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