Gluten sensitivity linked to: migraines, ischemic stroke, schizophrenia, epilepsia, and Lou Gehrig’s disease?

Gluten digestion ( Note: The "CXCR3" binding domain binds the epithelial cell, through a cascade results in the weakening of tight junction, allowing larger peptides to enter) / wikimedia *

Gluten digestion by Pdeitiker ( Note: The “CXCR3” binding domain binds the epithelial cell, through a cascade results in the weakening of tight junction, allowing larger peptides to enter) / wikimedia *

“(…) aside from digestive complaints, there may be another reason to avoid gluten — its effect on the brain.”

“(…) gluten has much more far reaching impacts on our health than previously thought. The research suggests a significant component of the problem derives from immune response and inflammation caused by the body’s response to gluten. Dr. Edward F. Group III, DC, ND, DACBN, DABFM – emphasis added

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The great Awakening: Our brain connects us to the World and to One Another

The great Awakening

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In a revealing and stunning video, neuroscientist Dr Jill Bolte Taylor, recalls experiencing a stroke in her own left brain hemisphere (rational part of the brain). In the meanwhile, she started seeing the world and herself through her right hemisphere, converting this grave incident into an extraordinary, powerful and overwhelming  event that changed her perception of reality forever.

This video constitutes an exceptional  document released into the public domain to be spread around.

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