Learn how to heal the gut, improve immune function and balance hormones

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couple making salad(NaturalHealth365) The Ebola virus outbreak, of 2014, has affected less than 10 Americans and that’s all we hear about in the ‘lamestream’ news. Yet, in the United States alone, 60 – 70 million people suffer with digestive diseases, including non-Celiac gluten sensitivity, gastrointestinal infections and inflammatory bowel disease – which stress out the gastrointestinal tract; compromise immune function and sets the stage for premature death.

Let’s get serious about improving digestive function. A strong immune system begins in the gut. Find out how to get rid of autoimmune conditions, chronic fatigue, irritable bowel syndrome, brain fog, skin disorders plus much more – on the next NaturalNews Talk Hour with Jonathan Landsman and digestive disease specialist, Dr. Thomas O’Bryan.

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It never ceases to amaze me how government-controlled, public health ‘experts’ talk about the danger of infectious diseases, like Ebola, and leave out the importance of digestive health, better nutrition and immune-enhancing nutritional supplements to protect the public from deadly diseases.

What is the difference between Celiac disease and non-Celiac gluten sensitivity?

Unfortunately, many people think that a gluten-free diet is just a fad – especially in the absence of a Celiac disease diagnosis. But, in reality, the immune response to gluten proteins in wheat, barley and rye can cause a number of gluten-related disorders (GRD), including Celiac disease.

Specifically, Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder triggered by eating gluten proteins – which results in damage to the tissues of the small intestines. Non-Celiac gluten sensitivity is a very different kind of immune reaction to gluten proteins and its affects are usually seen outside of the gastrointestinal tract.

The most common symptoms reported by gluten-sensitive people are: bloating, abdominal pain, tiredness, headaches, constipation, diarrhea, nausea, anxiety, brain fog, numbness and chronic joint/muscle pain. In addition, unexplained weight loss, anemia, depression and skin rashes are signs of gluten sensitivity.

On the next NaturalNews Talk Hour, Jonathan Landsman and Dr. Thomas O’Bryan, a digestive disease specialist, will talk about how gluten sensitivity affects hormone function and immunity; what to do about thyroid disorders, Hashimoto’s and Graves’ disease plus the best medical testing and solutions available. Don’t miss this unique opportunity to improve your health – every show participant will receive a great gift from Dr. O’Bryan.

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3 simple ways to heal the gut and dramatically improve the quality of your life

Obviously, if you are chronically-suffering from the symptoms mentioned earlier, it’s a good idea to seek the advice of an experienced “functional medicine” practitioner – to accurately diagnose and help guide you in the healing process. But, having said that, if you’re looking for an easy way to greatly improve gut health and overall wellbeing – give this a try:

1. Drink 16 – 20 ounces of pure (clean) water – when you wake up in the morning. Actually, most people will go to the bathroom (first), but as soon as you’re done, making sure your body is well-hydrated will improve bowel function; help detoxify the body of impurities and improve your overall wellbeing. In just 1 – 3 days, you’ll experience such a great change!

2. Enjoy the benefits of an anti-inflammatory diet. No matter what you eat – it either causes inflammation or not. And, remember, chronic cellular inflammation leads to cancer, diabetes, obesity, autoimmune disorders and a host of infectious diseases. So, as much as you can, eat organic produce, clean proteins, healthy fats and some probiotic-rich, (raw) fermented foods – on a daily basis. Of course, be sure to avoid GMOs, processed sugars, artificial ingredients and unhealthy fats, including trans fats or an overabundance of omega-6s.

3. Stay calm and be confident. Often overlooked, our mental outlook and emotions have tremendous influence on the central nervous system and the healing process. Take a lesson from the best trained athletes in the world and visualize. Picture yourself in perfect health and, then, dedicate yourself to leading that kind of lifestyle with a never-ending will to succeed. The rewards are worth the effort.

Join us on the next NaturalNews Talk Hour for an informative program about digestive health.

This week’s guest: Dr. Thomas O’Bryan, digestive disease specialist

Learn how to improve gut health, balance hormones and boost immune function – Sun. Nov. 9

Dr. Thomas O’Bryan is an internationally recognized speaker and workshop leader specializing in the complications of non-Celiac gluten sensitivity and Celiac disease as they occur inside and outside of the intestines. He is the founder of TheDr.com.

In addition, Dr. O’Bryan recently hosted the paradigm-shifting, ‘The Gluten Summit – A Grain of Truth’, bringing together 29 of the world’s experts on Celiac disease and non-Celiac gluten sensitivity at TheGlutenSummit.com.

Boost your immune function naturally. On the next NaturalNews Talk Hour, Jonathan Landsman and digestive disease specialist Dr. Thomas O’Bryan will talk about how to heal the gut with specific recommendations on improving thyroid and immune function.

Jonathan LandsmanAbout the author: Jonathan Landsman is the host of NaturalHealth365.com, the NaturalNews Talk Hour – a free, weekly health show and the NaturalNews Inner Circle – a monthly subscription to the brightest minds in natural health and healing.

Reaching hundreds of thousands of people, worldwide, as a personal health consultant, writer and radio talk show host – Jonathan has been educating the public on the health benefits of an organic (non-GMO) diet along with high-quality supplementation and healthy lifestyle habits including exercise and meditation.

References:
http://digestive.niddk.nih.gov/statistics/statistics.aspx#all
http://cdn.thedr.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Is_Gluten_Sensitivity_Real.pdf
http://cdn.thedr.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Top-3-Tips_Edit_073014.pdf

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  • Mary Sullivan

    I always suspected that I didn’t do well on a high grain diet, especially wheat. Now, you confirmed it. My symptoms have been explained, thank you.

  • Patty Falcon

    Has anyone tried either the paleo or Gap diet to heal the gut? I would think they are too restrictive, but they are said to heal by avoiding grains and putting back the good bacteria.

  • Gloria

    Looking forward to the show, this is information everyone needs. Wheat may not be good for us. However, GMO foods should not be allowed to reach our intestines. The only way to do that is to avoid all wheat.

  • Toby Finnegan

    The message of the upcoming show is so important. No generation ever consumed so much wheat products. It is used as a cheap ingredient in most processed foods. Processed grain cereals have become a staple of our diet. Just about everything is served on bread.