Dr. Peter Osborne – No Grain, No Pain! – Podcast #88

Dr. Peter Osborne – No Grain, No Pain! – Podcast #88

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Dr. Justin Marchegiani interviews Dr. Peter Osborne in today’s podcast episode where they talk about being true gluten-free and what the gluten-free diet is all about. If you aren’t having the results you are looking for after trying the gluten-free diet, here’s everything you need to know.

Dr. Osborne has a book out right now called No Grain, No Pain. Listen to this podcast and learn how diet becomes a potential cause for autoimmune disease. Discover two common nightshades that most people tend to forget or don’t know about and the need to stay away from these if they are having chronic pain. Find out what highly specialized testings are available that you can take to check if your body tolerates gluten or not.
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In this episode, topics include:

01:45 The history of gluten

9:47 Gluten-free diet vs true gluten-free

13:54 Pain and nightshades

16:20 Mechanism of gluten causing pain

25:00 Prescription pain trap

31:44 Summary

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