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This ticket provides LIFETIME access to all sessions and research materials and slides from the International Symposium of Wheat Related Disorders.

Discover the best and latest information and protocols from the world's TOP experts

Learn from renowned Pediatricians, Neurologists, Gastroenterologists, PhD’s and other medical professionals coming together to share the latest research and advancements in diagnosis, management and treatment protocol of gluten sensitivity, celiac disease and wheat-related disorders (and their many manifestations).

ISWD 2019 brought together world authorities from across the globe including professionals from USA, UK, Canada, Germany, Italy and more. The goal of this inaugural two-day event is to shine the spotlight on this growing epidemic and support medical professionals, other healthcare service providers and public at large.

OWN THE ENTIRE EVENT
This provides LIFETIME access to all sessions and research materials and slides from the International Symposium of Wheat Related Disorders.

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Why should you own this event?

In addition to being designed to support medical professionals, practitioners and anyone in the health and wellness field with the cutting edge latest research on this growing field of wheat related diseases, this symposium is also created to support enlightened individuals searching for more direction and guidance to move forward with confidence on your health and wellness journey.

Thousands of people experience crippling wheat-related struggles daily, and the information that will be shared by these top experts will support you to create an empowered change in your life.

Expert Speakers

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To make this even more powerful, we’re going to be giving you the research articles! And let me just give you a sample of some of these articles.

  • From the American Journal of Gastroenterology, The Global Phenomenon of Self-Reported Wheat Sensitivity.
  • From Nutrition, Do Celiac Disease and Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity Have the Same Effects on Reproductive Disorders? You’ll be surprised.
  • From the International Journal of Celiac Disease, Are Non-Celiac Autoimmune Diseases Responsive to Gluten-Free Diet?
  • From Nutrients, The Overlapping Area of Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity and Wheat-Sensitive Irritable Bowel Syndrome: An Update.
  • From Gut, Intestinal Cell Damage and Systemic Immune Activation in Individuals Reporting Sensitivity to Wheat in the Absence of Celiac Disease.
  • A New Proposal for the Pathogenic Mechanism of Non-Celiac/Non-Allergic Gluten/Wheat Sensitivity: Piecing Together the Puzzle of Recent Scientific Evidence.
  • Celiac Disease: From Oral Tolerance to Intestinal Inflammation to Autoimmunity and Lymphomagenesis.

OWN THE ENTIRE EVENT
This provides LIFETIME access to all sessions and research materials and slides from the International Symposium of Wheat Related Disorders. 

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