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Dr. Fine To Speak To Kansas City Csa Group

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Hiya! I'm a member of the Kansas City CSA Chapter...and wanted to pass this on, in case any of you are in the area!

The Kansas City and Topeka Chapters of the Celiac Sprue Association are hosting a special presentation, "Gluten-Sensitivity and Other Inflammatory Aspects of Our Modern World: An Introduction to 'Anti-Inflammatory Living' " given by Dr. Kenneth Fine, M.D., Director of Operations and Director of Medical Research, Intestinal Health Institute, Dallas, Texas.

Dr. Fine is a board-certified internal medicine doctor and gastroenterologist, professionally involved in patient care, medical research, and teaching for over 18 years. He serves on the CSA Medical Advisory Board.

The presentation will focus on the latest science, age-old wisdom, and common sense solutions to combat and remedy the ill-effects of gluten and other inflammatory aspects of the modern world we live in: intestinal disorders, chronic inflammatory and autoimmune conditions, asthma, fibromyalgia, chemical sensitivity, chronic fatigue, and depression.

The presentation will take place in the Alex George Auditorium in the Community Center Building at St. Joseph Medical Center, 1000 Carondolet Drive, Kansas City, Missouri (near 435 and State Line), on Sunday, October 29th from 6:30 to 8:30 PM. The presentation is free and open to the public.

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Hiya! I'm a member of the Kansas City CSA Chapter...and wanted to pass this on, in case any of you are in the area!

The Kansas City and Topeka Chapters of the Celiac Sprue Association are hosting a special presentation, "Gluten-Sensitivity and Other Inflammatory Aspects of Our Modern World: An Introduction to 'Anti-Inflammatory Living' " given by Dr. Kenneth Fine, M.D., Director of Operations and Director of Medical Research, Intestinal Health Institute, Dallas, Texas.

Dr. Fine is a board-certified internal medicine doctor and gastroenterologist, professionally involved in patient care, medical research, and teaching for over 18 years. He serves on the CSA Medical Advisory Board.

The presentation will focus on the latest science, age-old wisdom, and common sense solutions to combat and remedy the ill-effects of gluten and other inflammatory aspects of the modern world we live in: intestinal disorders, chronic inflammatory and autoimmune conditions, asthma, fibromyalgia, chemical sensitivity, chronic fatigue, and depression.

The presentation will take place in the Alex George Auditorium in the Community Center Building at St. Joseph Medical Center, 1000 Carondolet Drive, Kansas City, Missouri (near 435 and State Line), on Sunday, October 29th from 6:30 to 8:30 PM. The presentation is free and open to the public.

Thanks for posting!!!! Might be interesting to hear him speak about his ideas.

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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thanks!! we finally made it kansas city about 2 days ago and that will be great to go to!

im also really excited to grocery shop today at wild oats and whole foods!!!!!!!

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Hey, for those of us who do go... we should wear some sort of identifying "something-or-other" so we can find each other and meet up!

Anyone interested in doing that??

=)

I just don't know anyone else in the world, personally, who is gluten-free. It would be nice to!

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Does anyone know about Dr. Fine's general dietary recommendations, other than gluten free?

Here is some info:

http://www.finerhealth.com/Educational_Info/Nutrition/

Look around more on that page. I think I looked at one of the lessons and he had a list of things not to eat.

I think here somewhere.. : http://www.finerhealth.com/Lecture/

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I am.

I'll be there unless something happens to prevent me from coming. I usually bring my daughter with me, but I think this time she may just stay home and bug her brothers. She loves going to the CSA meetings, but this one might be a little "dry" for a 5 year old. =)

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How was Dr. Fine's talk? Did he mention his research publication?

I was going to find this thread and ask the same thing. I was unable to go but wanted to know how it went!! Fill us in Jayhawkmom :)

-Jessica :rolleyes:

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Yes, did he say when he would publish his data?????????? Enquiring minds want to know, or I'm affraid he's going to lose all credibility FAST!

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Yes, did he say when he would publish his data?????????? Enquiring minds want to know, or I'm affraid he's going to lose all credibility FAST!

I heard him speak in Memphis earlier this month, and I asked him about publishing. He said he had submitted articles for publication , but they had not responded. I didn't catch the journal name or maybe he didn't say.

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When I emailed enterolab awhile back, that's exactly what they said. They said they were planning to submit his research to a publication (one of the major medical journals) by the end of 2006 or shortly thereafter. But they said it could take 6 months for the journal to respond and publish it. If that is what has happened, then he is now at the mercy of the open or closed mindedness of the medical establishment of that publication. Let's pray for truth to prevail.

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I have watched almost the whole DVD now and I am glad I got it. Scary with the Chemicals there I thought.

I am gonne get water from glas bottles now and get even more Organic stuff that I do. I am curious to see more of the homepage Dr Fine is starting up to sell Organic fruits and veggies. I wonder if it will be affordable..

I also felt I got many of my questions answered watching it.

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