Speaker 1: A lot of people aren’t considering
the fact that something like MS can be associated with gluten sensitivities or intolerances.
A lot of people aren’t thinking that certain things like arthritis, eczema, asthma can
be associated. Surprisingly, you take people off of gluten or they go on a gluten-free
diet for an extended period of time and yes, that’s exactly what happens.
In fact, did you know that one third of a people who are presenting to clinic with IBS,
irritable bowel, so they’re having a loose bowel movement and whatnot, 30% of those people
are coming back with something called a wheat sensitivity. It’s not Celiac disease. They’re
not testing positive from their physicians on blood tests, on actual biopsies. They can’t
show Celiac disease and yet they have irritable bowel. They get rid of the wheat in their
diet and it goes away. What are we going to do about this? I would
say remove it from our diet for a 30 day period. Be very, very specific and adamant about investigating
every item that’s coming in. Did you know that lentils are cross contaminated with gluten?
Yes, you can see on my website, I have a video on lintels being in every single batch I tested
across the US and Canada, I will pull them out of the bins, pour them into a dish, sift
through them and you’ll find wheat kernels in the lentils. It’s coming from the distributor.
They grow the lentils and the wheat side by side or they cross rotate the cross and they’ll
store them and transport them in the same facilities so you end up with wheat in your
lentils. A 100% effort equals 100% results. Find all of those hidden sources, get it out
for those 30 days …