Nutrition and Natural Health
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My work gives me so much joy! This time it was at Pharmaca. I was privileged to be part of a beautiful redemptive moment today between one of my favorite customers with a newborn (I’ll call her Serena), and another brand new customer (who I’ll call Hannah) that I will never forget. Hannah whom I’d been helping a bit earlier took a moment to help Serena in a way that blessed me initially just in seeing them share common experiences of motherhood. But there was so much more going on than I realized. Thankfully Hannah came back into the store a few minutes later to share a critical element of the story that I might have missed if she had not cared enough to share.
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Much of this data is from the webinar by Dr. Peter Osborne and SpectraCell. Additional information will be added in time and as discussions ensue. Part one is an overview of my notes from the webinar.
What is gluten?
Gluten is a storage protein found in the endosperm of the grain. It’s a mixture of proteins and found in all grains. “Gluten is composed of two primary subfractions: Prolamines and Glutelins. The prolamine gliadin is the most studied piece of gluten in the medical literature as it relates to celiac disease.” (Osborne) Gliadin is also found in meat.