THE BETRAYAL SERIES: Can We Stop Chronic Health Deterioration?

What if digestion issues, multiple sclerosis, autism, lupus, Parkinson’s, depression, brain fog and other autoimmune conditions were part of one huge epidemic?

Betrayal: The Autoimmune Disease Solution They’re Not Telling You.

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Dr. Tom O’Bryan
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Did you know?

Autoimmune disease has become an epidemic and a blight, ruining the lives of hundreds of millions of people globally. It is clear that wherever we are, addressing chronic conditions through functional medicine helps to improve health and quality of life. Autoimmune conditions follow an autoimmune mechanism.

Why are autoimmune diseases so hard to cure? The truth: doctors cannot cure what they do not understand. Fortunately, our experts are here to discuss how autoimmune diseases CAN be reversed and put into remission!

We’re changing lives here at theDr.com. People do not need to suffer from autoimmunity. We can greatly reduce the number of people who have autoimmune diseases. When you are ready, our Clinical Services team is waiting to help you, too.

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Meet Dr. Tom O'Bryan

Dr. Tom O’Bryan, DC, CCN, DACBN, author of The Autoimmune Fix, is an internationally recognized speaker, writer and expert on chronic disease and metabolic disorders. He organized the popular Gluten Summit in November 2013. Dr. O’Bryan has more than 30 years of experience as a functional medicine practitioner and educator and is an adjunct professor at the Institute for Functional Medicine.

Dr. Tom is famous for “making it easy for you to do the right thing!”

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