Thursday, March 10, 2011

Is gluten actually toxic to all humans?

Is gluten actually toxic to all humans, even if some don't have any symptoms, and are certain they are fine on gluten products?

Great question, thanks. No-one can digest gluten. It also may trigger a lot of immune diseases, and it causes a lot of neurologic harm.

It is hard to know if you have been affected by gluten until it is too late to fix it. Going on a gluten-free diet once the nerve damage has been done – is too late!

The research has not been done - but my estimates are that a third of the population are adversely affected by gluten. To avoid the bad affects of gluten, it is best to avoid it now.

My prediction is that everyone will abandon gluten over the next 10-15 years. There are much better foods available than wheat. If a food is cheap, it does not mean that is good for you.

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Dr Peter Green validates The Gluten Syndrome.

Dr Peter Green is Director, Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University. At a talk on November 11, 2010, U.C. San Francisco Medical Center, Dr Peter Green says: ”There is a whole spectrum of gluten sensitivity. For example, 80% of ADHD have high antibodies to gluten (AGA, antigliadin antibodies). They do not have celiac disease.”

“None of us was designed to eat wheat. Our digestive enzymes have not been developed to digest wheat.”

“Also IBS sufferers also have gluten sensitivity.”

I have been investigating and studying the Gluten Syndrome for the last 15 years. It is now gratifying for this condition to be accepted by my colleagues working in the celiac/gluten fields.

Dr Rodney Ford
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Author of: The Gluten Syndrome