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Dr Rodney Ford's Blog
- By Dr. Rodney Ford M.D.
- Published 01/28/2008
Dr. Rodney Ford M.D.
Dr. Rodney Ford is a Pediatric Gastroenterologist. He was Professor of Pediatrics at the Christchurch School of Medicine. He runs the Children's Gastroenterology and Allergy Clinic in New Zealand. He has written a series of 7 books on gluten (www.DrRodneyFord.com). His main theory is that symptoms from gluten reactions arise from brain and nerve damage. His latest book is "The Gluten Syndrome" which encapsulates current ideas and concepts of gluten and the harm that it does.
I have launched my "The Gluten
Syndrome" on YouTube.
I have got heaps of great feedback. In 2 minutes you can hear my theory on how gluten causes its harm. What do you think of this video? Please “rate it” and make a “comment”, and also pass on the link to your friends. The idea is to help the millions of gluten sufferers who are unaware of the problem. Thanks. Cheers Rodney.
Hi. This site, www.celiac.com,privileged to have contributed to this website. The Scott-free Newsletter is also well worth reading, it is packed full of useful information.
I already write a regular "blog" that is posted on my own website. My focus is on telling the world about gluten. I am the person who has written the book "The Gluten Syndrome". At least one in ten people (that is 10%) suffer from the bad affects of gluten. Let's help them. Cheers, Rodney Ford.
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