For those on special diets, the holidays can be tricky because food is such an important part of being social. Sharing treats, snacks and meals with each other is one of the most ancient ways that we have to share with each other and enjoy each other’s company.
It’s hard – socially – not to partake of what our friends and families have to offer, especially during the sometimes emotionally charged holidays.
In This Webinar
In this webinar, Amy taught us about:
- What is gluten?
- Who can benefit from a gluten-free diet?
- Why gluten may need to be avoided
- How to get thru the holidays gluten-free
Please note that you will be asked to enter your email address at the 30-minute mark to finish viewing the video.
About Amy Hull Brown
Amy Hull Brown is a health coach and nutritional practitioner. Living the typical American lifestyle, Amy’s life turned upside-down when her twin sons were diagnosed with a host of health issues beginning in 2007.
Not finding success with traditional Western medicine, she embarked on an unchartered journey into other medical and nutritional alternatives. Today, her sons are living healthy, happy lives – your child can, too.
You can find out more about her and her practice at www.wellamy.com
This webinar is not a substitute for medical advice, treatment, diagnosis, or consultation with a medical professional. It is intended for general informational purposes only and should not be relied on to make determinations related to treatment of a medical condition. Epidemic Answers has not verified and does not guaranty the accuracy of the information provided in this webinar.
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Lionetti, E., et al. Gluten Psychosis: Confirmation of a New Clinical Entity. Nutrients. 2015 Jul 8;7(7):5532-9.
Rizwan, M.Z., et al. Dietary wheat gluten induces astro- and microgliosis in the hypothalamus of male mice. J Neuroendocrinol. 2023 Jul 17;e13326.