The 2009 Gluten Sensitivity and Celiac Forum was hosted to a capacity crowd. Highly requested was a DVD of the event both from those who attended as well as for those unable to attend the live event.
Here’s a little data about the presenters:
Dr. Vikki Petersen, D.C., C.C.N., Co-author of “The Gluten Effect”
Did you know that not only does the average person wait 11 years for a diagnosis of celiac disease, but the “gold standard” of testing is no longer considered to be a biopsy? Learn the pros and cons of current testing methods, as well as the additional health risks associated with delayed diagnosis.
Dr. Rodney Ford, M.B., B.S., F.R.A.C.P., A.S.M., Professor of Pediatrics
Dr. Ford presents compelling data from his own research that supports the theory that gluten sensitivity and celiac can affect all the body’s systems. In one study, up to 80% of non-celiac patients felt better on a gluten-free diet, raising the question of whether or not most people – gluten sensitive or not – would benefit from a gluten-free diet.
Dr. Richard Petersen, D.C., C.C.N. Co-author of “The Gluten Effect”
Wonder why you still feel ill, even on a gluten-free diet? Dr. Petersen deciphers the secondary health problems associated with gluten sensitivity and details a strategy for successfully treating them.
Watch a sample here.
DVD Price: $15 (plus tax & shipping)
To buy the 2009 Gluten Forum DVD, email us.