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'What's With Wheat' Documentary
- By Dr. Rodney Ford M.D.
- Published 06/22/2016
I am proud to be part of this video:
'What's With Wheat' documentary, the silent global growing epidemic of gluten intolerance!
There is a free Online Screening available tomorrow –
More and more people are diagnosed with coeliac and non-coeliac gluten sensitivity than every before! You have to ask the question, WHY!
Cyndi O'Meara, nutritionist and founder of Changing Habits, went on a global quest to find out the reason why! She could not understand why after millions of years of eating wheat, that we now have this growing epidemic of wheat and gluten intolerance.
The14 experts, including Dr Perlmutter, Sarah Ballantyne, Dr Terry Wahls, Dr Natasha Campbell McBride, Pete Evans, Dr Rodney Ford, Sayer Ji, Sally Fallon and others, weigh in on the subject and provide chilling answers.
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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.
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