The Gluten Summit Seeks to Move the Necessary Conversation About Gluten-Related Disorders Forward By Seventeen Years

29 World Experts and Opinion Leaders to Speak at the Online Event

(Encinitas, CA – October 29, 2013) Several of the world’s most prominent scientists, researchers, clinicians and nutritionists will be speaking about the magnitude and dangers of gluten-related disorders, such as celiac disease and gluten sensitivity, from November 11-17, 2013, for the first-ever Gluten Summit: ‘A Grain of Truth’. This event is free, online and intended for health practitioners, patients, caregivers and others interested in improving the lives of those living with gluten-related disorders. Please visit www.theglutensummit.com for details, including free event registration, speaker biographies and the presentation schedule.

Dr. Tom O’Bryan, founder of theDr.com, announced the official schedule for The Gluten Summit today. O’Bryan is the host for the event. As the “Sherlock Holmes” for chronic disease and metabolic disorders, he is an internationally recognized speaker and workshop leader specializing in gluten-related disorders.  He is also a trained chiropractor, certified clinical nutritionist, board certified by the American College of Clinical Nutrition, on the advisory board of the National Association of Nutritional Professionals, and on the scientific advisory committees of the International and American Associations of Clinical Nutritionists. (To learn more about Dr. O’Bryan, please visit www.theDr.com.)

The purpose of “A Grain of Truth: The Gluten Summit” is to move the conversation about gluten-related disorders between healthcare professionals and patients forward by many years. It often takes up to 17 years for groundbreaking research to reach local practice, and it is imperative for health that we sooner ask, “Is gluten the cause?” The summit will serve as a resource and reference for professionals and patients alike, providing answers to questions that have not yet permeated standard healthcare. Total expected online attendance for this free, worldwide event is 250,000.

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