RHR: Is Non-Celiac Gluten Intolerance Real?
For decades, the mainstream medical view of gluten intolerance has been relatively black or white. But celiac disease is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to gluten intolerance—there are many other ways...
How to Avoid Negative Side Effects of a Gluten-Free Diet and Make the Most of Your Diet
Not all gluten-free diets are created equal. Find out about the potential negative effects a gluten-free diet can cause and learn how to avoid them and embrace a healthier way of eating.
The Impact Glyphosate Can Have on Your Health
Glyphosate is routinely used on crops like corn, wheat, and soy as a weed killer, but is this chemical harmless to humans? Read on to learn how glyphosate can impact your health.
The Symptoms of Gluten Intolerance You Haven’t Heard About
Skin problems, depression and headaches can be symptoms of gluten intolerance. These signs are often overlooked by conventional medicine practitioners. Learn if you're sensitive to gluten and if going gluten free is right for you.
Could a Gluten-Free Diet Reduce Your Risk of Diabetes?
As the prevalence of diabetes continues to rise, prevention becomes increasingly important. Recent studies measure the effects of gluten on diabetes risk.
Could Gluten-Free Diets Be Harmful?
Today, I address a listener question regarding possible drawbacks to a gluten-free diet. Find out why I maintain that a gluten-free diet can be healthy.
Still Think Gluten Sensitivity Isn’t Real?
Catchy media headlines often poke fun at gluten sensitivity. Yet many people without celiac disease feel better with a gluten-free diet. A recent study may have settled the debate once and for all.
5 Causes of IBS Your Doctor May Not Be Looking For
Do you have gas, bloating, abdominal pain, and stool issues? Up to 20 percent of the U.S. population suffers from irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Here are five lesser-known causes of IBS.
3 Reasons Gluten Intolerance May Be More Serious Than Celiac Disease
The significance of non-celiac gluten sensitivity has been downplayed in recent news stories. Evidence has proven that gluten intolerance is real and a much larger problem than celiac disease.