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Clarendon Chiropractic A Creating Wellness Center
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Lifestyle based Chiropractic Wellness Center-Gluten Certified Practitioner
Lifestyle based Chiropractic Wellness Center-Gluten Certified Practitioner

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Short video clip from our mentor and colleague Dr. Tom O'Bryan.
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The Most Common Triggers of Leaky Gut
We work with many individuals who experience intestinal permeability (leaky gut). Finding the root cause of the symptoms is the key to a successful recovery and improved health. For a limited time schedule your complimentary consultation: http://www.clarend...
The Most Common Triggers of Leaky Gut
The Most Common Triggers of Leaky Gut
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What is causing your Inflammation?
Interesting article as it ties into our upcoming program on July 16th at the Indian Praire Library: You'll receive a wealth of information that could be a game changer for you. Register here: http://www.clarendonchiro.com/gluten-free-workshop.html http://ww...
What is causing your Inflammation?
What is causing your Inflammation?
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Do you feel run down all the time and can’t find the energy to make it through the day? Do suffer from excessive thirst, and consequently make trips to the restroom all day? Do you sometimes experience numbness in your legs and feet? Well then, this report ...
Dr. Anthony (Tony) Surrusco
Dr. Anthony (Tony) Surrusco
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How Conventional Medicine Got Autoimmune Diseases All Wrong
As shared by our functional medicine colleague Dr. Amy Myers I believe conventional medicine has it all wrong when it comes to treating autoimmune disease. Autoimmune conditions affect over 50 million Americans, a large percentage of whom are women. Autoimm...
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This is a fantastic interview/ share from my Colleague and Mentor Dr Tom , Please take the time to watch and if you have questions and or would like our help getting healthy Call Today it will be life changing!
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Get an introduction to Gluten Related Disorders, find out the evolution of Gluten and an overview of Celiac Disease, Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity, Wheat Allergy, Gluten Ataxia and more in this article.
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As shared by colleague Dr. Tom O'Bryan

Q: We tried having our kids go gluten free for awhile. We rarely eat when in our home but let our kids eat it at parties, etc. We don’t want to cause problems for them. If we had them go gluten free for awhile without knowing if they needed to and then let them eat gluten could that cause problems for them? -
A: The longer an at-risk child is not exposed to gluten, the stronger their immune system develops. And their brain. And their heart. And their bones….. Remember, the most common symptom in children with a Gluten Sensitivity is a ‘failure to thrive’. Traditionally focused on as meaning shorter height (suppressed bone and muscle development), failure to thrive means failure to thrive. That means suppressed development of any (and often many) tissues in the body. The thyroid, the brain, the pituitary, the reproductive system (this is why celiac young girls have their first cycles later in age than their friends). It’s a failure to thrive across the board. So the longer an at-risk child is kept away from gluten, the more likely that child’s body will develop more to their God-given genetic potential (whatever that may be). It is uncertain if delaying gluten exposure to children will prevent the development of Celiac Disease at some point in that child’s life (studies are inconsistent). But it is certain that the longer they are free of an inflammatory agent, the more likely stronger growth and development will occur. -

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