Interview of Dr. Peter Osborne, Author: “The Truth about Gluten”
It’s not your fault. See, most ‘experts’ don’t know the difference between traditional gluten free and TRUE gluten free.
Years of clinical trial and error have put me in a position to help put you on the fast track to restoring your health. Following my protocols will help put you on a path to:
- Better energy
- Enhanced weight loss
- Improved digestion
- No more chronic gas and bloating
- Reduced muscle and joint pain
- Hormone rebalancing
- And so much more…
Being a doctor is so much more rewarding when you can give people the knowledge to restore their health instead of making them dependent on medical treatments.
Here are real answers to 5 gluten free questions:
Question: Is a gluten free diet difficult to follow?
Answer: Not at all. In fact you have many choices when it comes to living gluten free. The “problem” for most people these days is that they don’t know which foods to eat and which to avoid. My Gluten Free Diet Solution Program makes it easy for you to live gluten free, make better choices and regain your health.
Question: I’ve tried losing the last 10 pounds from around my waistline and just can’t seem to lose the fat no matter what diet or workout program I try. Can going gluten free really help?
Answer: Yes, as a matter of fact many of my patients have easily dropped the stubborn last five to fifteen pounds once they adopted a gluten free diet. The reason for this is because of the bloating effect and glycogen to fat conversion process that takes place in people who are sensitive to gluten.
Question: Once I start the Gluten Free Diet Solution program how long will it take for me to see and feel the results?
Answer: Results come relatively fast…Typically within the first 72 hours most people experience a two to three pound weight loss due to reduction of bloating. Within a week to ten days you’ll begin to feel better, have more energy and continue to lose the unwanted fat and bloat until you achieve your ideal healthy weight.
Question: Will I have to do a lot of cooking and food preparation at home for a gluten free diet?
Answer: Actually you won’t do any more cooking or food prep then you do today. One of the biggest misconceptions is that gluten free living means diet restriction and lots of food preparation time. The truth is you’re simply going to be a better decision maker, shopper and eater.
Question: Can older adults benefit from a gluten free diet?
Answer: Yes indeed. In fact one big benefit that older adults will appreciate is improved digestion, reduced joint pain and irritation and more energy.
Dr. Osborne is an expert in functional medicine and chiropractic care. He is Board Certified in Nutritional Medicine. You can contact his office at 281-240-2229. He regularly treats patients from across the world. His office is in Sugar Land, Texas in the Greater Houston area.
Mark has helped thousands of clients and readers make lifestyle changes that lead to better long-term health, which includes acceptable body fat and ideal body weight.He does not recommend fad diets, quick weight loss gimmicks, starvation diets, weight loss pills, fat burner supplements and the like.
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