Majid Ali, M.D.
In my clinical work, individuals who feel better when going gluten-free nearly always are insulin-toxic as well. True celiac disease is very uncommon. Gluten-related symptom-complexes are usually caused by gut fermentation.
My three simple scientific observations concerning the “gluten problem” are:
First, the gluten family of proteins are wrongly blamed for diverse autoimmune symptom-complexes;
Second, the prevailing thinking that “going gluten-free” will solve the diverse autoimmune symptom-complexes; and
Third, that going gluten-free and ignoring the underlying problems of environmental toxicities, gut fermentation, leaky gut state, and insulin toxicity (hyperinsulinism) pushes people deeper into the insulin-diabetes track.
adds to the fires gut fermentation and insulin toxicity that delineate the pathways to diabetes.
Gluten Video Series
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Gluten Article Series