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Fix your autoimmune disease with brilliant insights from Dr. Thomas O’Bryan for HealthBootcamps.
Dr. Thomas O’Bryan is an internationally recognized and sought-after speaker and workshop leader specializing in wheat, its impact on health, and the development of autoimmune diseases as they occur inside and outside of the intestines. In November 2016, Dr. O’Bryan released Betrayal: The Autoimmune Disease Solution They’re Not Telling You, an investigation into the global effects of issues underlying the autoimmune system and chronic disease. Over 500,000 people worldwide have watched the docuseries.
Dr. O’Bryan is considered a ‘Sherlock Holmes’ for chronic disease and metabolic disorders, teaching that the underlying mechanisms that trigger the development of chronic disease are the key to health. He holds teaching faculty positions with The Institute for Functional Medicine and the National University of Health Sciences. He has trained and certified tens of thousands of practitioners around the world in an advanced understanding of the impact of wheat sensitivity and the development of individual autoimmune diseases.
His 2016 groundbreaking book, The Autoimmune Fix, won the National Book Award and ranked first in several categories on Amazon. The book outlines the step-by-step development of degenerative diseases and gives us the tools to identify our disease process years before the symptoms are obvious.
Dr. O’Bryan is the founder of TheDr.com and the visionary behind The Gluten Summit: A Grain of Truth, which brings together 29 of the world’s experts on the gluten connection to diseases, disorders, and a wide range of symptoms. You can find out more at TheGlutenSummit.com.
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[00:01] REENA JADHAV: What about probiotics?
[00:03] DR. THOMAS O’BRYAN: I can go to the natural food store, the whole foods or wherever you go, buy five different types of fermented vegetables 5 different types just make sure they are not pasteurized so get sour crab, keen chee, miso, fermented beans, curry flavor, five different types and every day you have one four full of one of the types of fermented vegetables you want more have more but at least a four full everyday because at one four full has I’m not exaggerating; millions of good bacteria that help to support the good bacteria in your gut and by changing them out by having one of a different type every day, every couple of days a different one you are making sure because it’s the diversity of the bacteria in your gut that makes you strong; it’s the diversity not just to have a whole lot of one type like don’t eat sour crab every day I mean it’s not bad for you but you want to have sour crab and keen chee and beans and miso you want to have different types of fermented foods everyday just a little bit so you the prebiotics one huge vegetable a day two other prebiotics from the list of prebiotic foods on Google and probiotics a forth full or more, I mean if you are 180-200 pound guy you need more than 100 pound woman right? So you do two pot full’s and if your kids don’t like fermented vegetables, just put the spoon in there to get the juice and put it in their mashed potatoes they don’t have to taste it the taste has nothing to do with the benefit just get in there anyway you can.
[01:53] REENA JADHAV: Oh! I have a great recipe, I was one of those people that I got really bored eating sour crabs and fermented beans I just didn’t enjoy the texture so what I do now Dr. Thomas I actually blend it in a blender and a bunch of other things and I make impressive out of it. That’s how I make beans because I love the beans dressing I literally take the entire jar I toss it with a bunch of table spoons of olive oil or macadamia nut oil I throw some hemp seeds in there some salt a little bit of apple cider vinegar if needed and…
[02:29] DR. THOMAS O’BRYAN: I’m coming to your house for dinner!
[02:30] REENA JADHAV: Anytime, anytime!
[02:33] DR. THOMAS O’BRYAN: It sounds really great! Brilliant.
[02:34] REENA JADHAV: You just toss it in your salad and you just don’t know you are having any kind of a sour crab
[02:41] DR. THOMAS O’BRYAN: That’s brilliant and for guys, I throw some pumpkins seeds in there also and grind, you grind up some pumpkin seeds and put in there because pumpkin seeds are so good for you prostate. There are ingredients in pumpkin seeds that are really good for your prostate and if you reach the age of 80 the study says 80% of men will have prostate cancer, it’s not what will take you down for most guys but you don’t want any of that stuff; so just a little bit of good food for your prostate, there are two foods that are really good for your prostate. The first one pumpkin seeds and the second one is tomato paste which is like tomato sauces and so tomato sauce on egg plant whatever. But not just tomatoes because there is not much like a pea in individual tomato but tomato paste is cooked down tomatoes so you get much higher concentrations of the piliferous called lycopene. So having some tomato paste product every week is great but the pumpkin seed in your fermented vegetable salad dressing is a great idea.
[03:44] REENA JADHAV: Oh! I’m going to try that tomorrow for sure. Great! What about those packaged probiotics? Do you recommend them?
[03:51] DR. THOMAS O’BRYAN: You know, there are some new science coming out, the research has been clear for such a while that taking probiotics it seems to help; it does seem to help but you can’t colonize your gut by taking those probiotics so they are tansy they won’t stick around, they don’t grab onto the walls of your intestines and colonize very well. But there are many… many studies of some benefits of taking them but I’d much rather have them from foods because those foods will change your microbiome in a week; just one week you can get a different microbiome by including the fermented vegetables. So taking the probiotics supplements is okay we used to think it was great but now we know that it’s kind of like priming the pump if you, if you got an old hand pump sometimes you have to pour water there down first and then the pump will work. So taking prebiotic supplements can be helpful to prime the pump but it won’t create new colonies on its own.
[05:02] REENA JADHAV: It won’t create the health you need. My learning was you can’t take shortcuts. So Dr. Tom we all are looking for shortcuts.
[05:12] DR. THOMAS O’BRYAN: We are, we are but look for shortcuts and unfortunately we’ll put that on your tombstone you know…they tried the shortcut it didn’t work. Because we are brought up in a society that has trained us we are trained not to take care of our health; we are trained to wait until the car breaks down before we go to the mechanic and then the mechanic uses duct-tape and chicken wire to hold it together as suppose to figuring out why did the car break down, why did this body breakdown and going upstream to figure out why. We are trained not to do that and it’s billions and billions of billions of dollars pharmaceuticals industry that’s profiting from that way of thinking. I mean what’s in our bathroom? What is that thing on the wall in the bathroom? In every bathroom in America the medicine chest, the medicine closet exactly it’s not called the vitamin closet, it’s not called the health chest, it’s a medicine chest, a medicine cabinet, a medicine closet; we have been trained to think that way and its why our health is getting worse and worse that we all have to be thinking the way that you are thinking Reena, because you have learned from experience that you were going to die if you didn’t chance what you were doing and I’m so grateful that you went through that because now you have the passion to carry this message on to the world.
[06:49] REENA JADHAV: You bet! No one should be sick, no one needs to be sick, it’s a lot of needless suffering that I feel we are all going through and thank you to doctors like you that are taking the time to come and share this so we could get everybody educated, so everybody can take charge of their health. And so in the next segment we are going to reveal the other things, the critical things you got to do to get the fire out.
Dr. Thomas O’Bryan
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