Is avoiding gluten dangerous? Are you missing out on key nutrients by avoiding these grains? Are you compromising your gut health and microbiome? Will you have higher levels of arsenic in your blood if you avoid gluten? These are all the most common arguments we hear, and have been researched, about the downside of a… Continue reading WWR 76: The Dangers of Going Gluten Free
How often have you said to yourself, “I’m doing it – I’m going gluten free… next week.” And then next week never comes. Or worse still, you start eating gluten free, but it TOTALLY SUCKS. Your pasta is replaced by some starchy, white, limp substitute, you’re craving REAL bread… and your motivation to stick to… Continue reading SHY 46: Why Should You Go Gluten Free?
A recent study proclaimed that gluten-free diets can cause diabetes. As you can imagine, Damian Kristof was bemused, and wrote an article on this very subject. We decided to discuss this article, whilst also questioning the motives behind such statements. To find out more about Damian go to www.damiankristof.com To find out more about Marcus… Continue reading Do Gluten-Free Diets Cause Diabetes?
• The interview with Dr Tom O’Bryan begins at: 46 minutes ~ 33 seconds Dr Tom O’Bryan is a functional medicine practitioner, and an internationally recognised speaker specialising in the complications of non-coeliac gluten sensitivity and coeliac disease. A Quirky Journey is so pleased to be able to bring you Dr Tom’s deep knowledge on… Continue reading AQJ 88: Gluten – All you need to know, with Dr Tom O’Bryan – plus Quirky Christmas tips!
In this interview, Damian Kristof is as excited as a little school boy in this episode… Damian and Laurence get to interview Alessio Fasano is an Italian medical doctor, pediatric gastroenterologist and researcher. He holds the W. Allan Walker Chair of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. Why Damian is so excited about this episode and so should you is Dr. Alessio… Continue reading TWG 246: Gluten gluten gluten with Dr. Alessio Fasano
Do you get stomach or digestive concerns from eating grains? Do you notice feeling, bloated, fatigued, or experience headaches after consuming food containing gluten? Today we discuss the reason why so many people are choosing a gluten-free diet, the connections between gluten and autoimmune diseases, and some of the female-specific symptoms of gluten intolerance. Did… Continue reading WWR 26 : Gluten intolerance, Coeliac Disease, and the effects of gluten-containing grains on our bodies
In Episode 62 of The Real Food Reel I am honoured to be joined by Dr Alessio Fasano, founder of the Centre for Coeliac Research and world-renowned expert in the field of intestinal permeability in the development of coeliac disease and other autoimmune disorders. Dr Fasano is also the author of international book, Gluten Freedom, and… Continue reading RFR 62 : Coeliac Disease, Gluten Intolerance and Autoimmunity with Dr Alessio Fasano
Tears were pouring not only before the podcast but a little through the podcast. Tanya Hubbard is one inspiring woman who is changing people’s lives with her passion for all things grain free. 10 years ago Tanya’s physical and mental health changed when she visited a local natural therapist who summed her up and told… Continue reading UC 17: Grain Free
‘I am very much a grey area thinker, I don’t fall into absolutes, I never have. Because absolutes never lead us to progress, never, ever. So, while questioning is really important, I fully condone questioning when something doesn’t seem right, unfortunately a lot of political forces take hold of people who are either vulnerable or… Continue reading SLP 155: Why Questioning Is Really Important with Alexx Stuart
There’s a simple concept called The Knowledge Pie. You probably already understand that you know what you know and you know that within what you know there is even more to know. And you also probably also appreciate that there is a whole lot that you know you don’t know that maybe there’s parts you’d… Continue reading SLP 152: Self Love Quicky – What You Don’t Know You Don’t Know