Gluten Sensitivity Explained – Dr. O’Bryan
Have you heard of Gluten Sensitivity or Celiac Disease? Well, I had heard of them however I hadn’t done much research on this topic. Until last year is when I was first introduced to Dr. Tom O’Bryan. I was very fortunate to be able to watch and learn from the Paleo Summit and Dr. O’Bryan was one of the very first interviews I watched. To say I was blown away by the information was an understatement.
Today I have an interview with Dr. O’Bryan and Sean Croxton and the topic is gluten sensitivity.
What is really interesting in this interview and some of the other things I have read on Celiac Disease and & Gluten Sensitivity is the signs of gluten intolerance do not just manifest in the gut! Migraine headaches, anxiety, fatigue, thyroid problems, rheumatoid arthritis and so much more.
What I like about this interview is that it is easy to follow along. There is not the doctor speak that I have heard in other interviews that make it challenging to understand. What I like about Sean Croxton is his knowledge and the way he shares it with his audience. Always very enjoyable, and I walk away learning new things from him
What you will learn from this interview is about Gluten Sensitivity:
- What is it?
- How to test for it?
- How much gluten can someone with Gluten Sensitivity consume? (You will be shocked at Dr. O’Bryan’s explanation!)
The whole interview here is about 25 minutes and in my opinion well worth the time.
Let me know your thoughts on this interview. For me, this info was life changing!
Gluten Sensitivity & Eating Gluten-Free: Medical Conditions And Meal Ideas
Without a doubt, you’ve heard numerous health experts preach about going gluten-free. Do you have the slightest clue what gluten is? If you are like most women (especially middle-aged and older women), old habits are hard to change.
Gluten is found in wheat, and you likely grew up with wheat products around your home, such as bread and pastries, flour and snacks, and grew up just fine, right? Well… let’s just say things could have been even better.
The fact is, going gluten-free really is beneficial to our health, and more people really should adapt to this lifestyle.
This also means adapting your cooking style to the new ingredients. However, before we delve into some great gluten-free meal ideas, let’s have a quick look at the dangers of gluten in our diet.
This is a serious disease resulting from the immune system responding to gluten as a foreign body. The result is a breakdown in the lining of the intestinal system, making for bloody stools, poor absorption, and excruciating pain.
This is again related to the immune system developing a response to gluten and causing inflammation of surrounding organs. This can predispose the individual to serious neurological conditions like epilepsy.
Again, related to sensitizing autoimmune system. The result is damage to the cells of the skin and inflammatory rashes
The pattern developing is that most of the effects of gluten are related to having a sensitive immune reaction to its consumption. Though originally thought of as rare to encounter this sensitivity, it is now known that more than a third of all people are gluten insensitive.
Removing gluten from the diet may be beneficial to anyone, as gluten is not considered an essential source protein.
I remember when I realized I had a gluten sensitivity and thought the foods I would have to eat would taste like cardboard. I was so wrong. So, are you ready to make delicious gluten-free meals? Try these out as soon as you can!
For Your Gluten Sensitivity Here Are Gluten-Free Recipes
Almond Flour Pancakes
These pancakes are the go-to substitute for wheaten pancakes, as they are extremely filling and completely gluten-free. They are also low in carbs, perfect for losing weight or if following a low-carb lifestyle. Best of all? It takes just 20 minutes to complete!
You will need the following ingredients, so be sure to pick them up when going shopping:
One cup of almond flour
One- quarter of a cup water
One tablespoon of maple syrup
One teaspoon oil
A sprinkle of salt
Keep in mind this recipe makes 4 pancakes, so be sure to adjust upwards if you need more.
Mix all ingredients except oil, and whisk until fluffy and smooth.
Heat a skillet over medium heat, then drop a large spoon of batter into the pan.
Let cook on each side for 3-5 minutes, being sure to flip once one side is browned.
Repeat for other pancakes, then enjoy!
Satisfying Egg And Cheese Breakfast Quiche
Quiches have been, and will always remain a classic. This one is unique, however, as it does not require any flour at all. It is a high protein, high-fat breakfast choice and is extremely filling.
To make you’ll need:
6 bacon strips finely chopped (turkey or pork, your choice)
5 ounces Swiss cheese
3 ounces parmesan cheese
One cup half and half cream
Half of a cup chopped onions
Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
Mix dry ingredients and pour into muffin pans or 9-inch pie dish.
Mix eggs and cream, then pour over the dry ingredients in the pan of your choice.
Bake at 400 degrees for 15 minutes, then reduce heat to 350F and bake for another 35 minutes.
Enjoy for breakfast, snack, or whenever you desire this delicious quiche!
Avocado Chicken Salad
A filling, healthy lunch option that is quick to make and delicious to boot. Not all fats are bad for you, as evidenced by the benefits avocado has on health.
You’ll need the following ingredients:
8 ounces chicken breast
3 tablespoons olive oil
One teaspoon smoked paprika
Half diced avocado
One chopped medium tomato
Half small chopped red onion
One teaspoon chopped parsley
Rub one tablespoon of olive oil over the chicken breast and grill over medium heat until lightly browned.
Mix remaining ingredients, then chop chicken breast or strip and mix into salad.
Refrigerate for short period of time or consume immediately.
This is a great recipe when running late for lunch, as it takes just 20 minutes from start to finish!
Goat Cheese And Turkey Patties
Incorporating the unique flavor of goat cheese and the leanness of ground turkey, it makes a perfect complement to sweet potatoes or on a bed of veggies. Perfect for dinner.
One and a half pounds ground turkey breast
Two tablespoons crumbled goat cheese
One cup chopped spinach
Preheat oven griddle, or grill to medium heat.
Combine ingredients into 4 patties (serving is 4 patties) and compact
Place on grill or griddle for 15 minutes until golden brown
The few outlines here are merely the tip of the iceberg. You can modify recipes you always make, by education yourself to what foods have gluten and excluding them.
Your health will thank you!
Learning about gluten sensitivity and celiac disease have actually changed my life. Attending Health Summits has been the most empowering thing I have done for my health!
One bit of information like the interview here today has changed how I view gluten sensitivity and celiac disease, we hope it will help you in the same way!