Hashimotos Thyroiditis: Can We Stop Talking about Gluten Now?

Posted by on Jul 29, 2013 in autoimmune, Cross-Contamination, Dr. Thomas O'Bryan, gluten sensitivity, hashimotos thyroiditis, hypothyroidism, thyroid disease, thyroiditis, videos | 10 comments

I heard Dr. Tom O’Bryan say in one of his interviews that he knows people are thinking that he believes everything bad is caused by gluten! I remember when I first heard about gluten sensitivity I was really annoyed. I honestly couldn’t believe the “staff of life” was being targeted as the opposite of life. It didn’t make sense. I remember completely dismissing the thought for a while especially since I loved to bake so much. After all, I still needed to perfect my sourdough loaf and my vintage recipe for braided egg bread must never be a suspect for dietary deletion. No way. Not EVEN going to think about it. Subject closed.

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Hashimotos Thyroiditis and Gluten Cross Contamination

Posted by on Nov 16, 2011 in Cross-Contamination, Dr. Thomas O'Bryan, gluten sensitivity, hashimotos thyroiditis, thyroid disease, thyroiditis, videos, Wheat Intolerance | 0 comments

You would think we have enough to worry about just watching the test results of our TSH and antibodies having Hashimotos Thyroiditis – but there is a “new” kid in town – and one that might be even more important to watch when you have this disease. I doubt many of us would be surprised to hear the answer but what I am talking about is gluten ingestion.

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