November 15, 2018
12 Scent Smell Test.

What you don’t smell can tell you a lot about your brain’s future.

Did you know that a reduced or loss of your sense of smell is not an indication that your nose isn’t functioning properly, but rather, that your brain isn’t. Imagine if, before showing early signs of memory loss (”where did I put
October 24, 2018

2018 Gluten-free Candy List

Halloween 2018 looming like a goblin, the search for gluten-free candy selections in underway. Each year on Halloween our little goblins and ghosts, or perhaps in today’s world, Spongebob and Jo Jo the Clown, head out into the cool crisp late October
June 8, 2016

The Conundrum of Gluten Sensitivity and Autoimmunity, Why the Tests are Often Wrong.

By DR. THOMAS O’BRYAN, DC, CCN, DACBN
 Many of us believe that the toxic peptides of gluten found in wheat, rye and barley may detrimentally affect any tissue in the body and are not restricted to the intestines. As a matter-of-fact, one
October 3, 2015

Reproductive Health and Celiac Disease

Reproductive Health and Celiac Disease by: Dr. Tom O’Bryan, Alice Bast, Elizabeth Bast Celiac disease’s potentially negative effect on reproductive health is among the most pressing matters associated with advancing awareness. Men and women with unexplained infertility, women with recurrent abortions, intrauterine
April 17, 2015

Autoimmunity and the Gut

By: Andrew W. Campbell Autoimmune have increased dramatically worldwide since World War II. This is coincidental with the increased production and use of chemicals both in industrial countries and agriculture, as well as the ease of travel from region to region and
January 8, 2015

Natural Bovine Colostrum, Studied, Safe, Natural

What is Colostrum? Colostrum (nature’s perfect first food) is the pre-milk substance produced from the mother’s breasts during the first 24 hours of lactation. Colostrum supplies immune and growth factors and a perfect combination of vitamins and minerals to insure the health,
November 12, 2014

Gluten and a Child’s Risk of Schizophrenia

Eating gluten during pregnancy may raise your child’s risk of adult schizophrenia. Think whole wheat makes for a healthy pregnancy? If so, think again. A newer study shows that a gluten sensitivity may more than double your child’s risk of developing schizophrenia
November 7, 2014

US Perspective on Gluten-Related Diseases

 Celiac disease (CD), non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS), and wheat allergy (WA) represent a spectrum of immune-mediated reactions to wheat and in some cases specifically gluten, a protein composite of gliadin and gluten in. Once believed to be relatively rare, particularly in the
November 7, 2014

Differentiating Gluten Related Disorders

By Dr. Tom O’Bryan What a paradigm shifting moment in history when the world accepted that the earth was not flat! Opened up new lines of thought, new visions of what was possible and new adventures to dream. A similar paradigm shift
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