But there are more problems that gluten cause in people with gluten sensitivity. Amy Myers MD stated that there are 18 Million gluten sensitive individuals walking around today. She said, "Those are the ones that figured it out. What about the ones that don't even know it?" The New England Journal of Medicine contributes 55 diseases to gluten as well.
Don't these numbers cause you to wonder if you should learn more about gluten and living gluten free?
Celiac disease, "is thought to affect between 1 in 1,750 worldwide and 1 in 105 people in the United States, and 1 in 100 in the UK. " (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Celiac_disease)
Why you should sign up:
- It's created by women, hosted by a woman and deals with topics specific to gluten-sensitive women.
- There's no medical jargon, confusing terminology, or "doctor speak". Everything is easy to understand and the conference breaks down complicated topics so the participants can fully understand what's presented and discussed.
- All the interviews are about 30 minutes in length. You will get good information in a short period of time.
- Interviews are audio only making them more user-friendly for less tech-savvy participants and more data-plan friendly for mobile users.
- It's free to attend!
Every interview is no longer than 30 minutes of highly focused info and tips to inspire and empower you.