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Book Summary Video Interviews with Dr. Peter Osborne on his book “No Grain No Pain” for HealthBootcamps.
Dr. Peter Osborne is the clinical director of Origins Health Care in Sugar Land, Texas. He is a doctor of chiropractic, doctor of functional medicine, doctor of pastoral science, and a Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist.
Often times referred to as “The Gluten Free Warrior”, he is one of the most sought-after functional medicine doctors in the country. His practice is centered on helping those with painful chronic degenerative and autoimmune diseases with a primary focus on gluten sensitivity and food allergies. Dr. Osborne received his doctorate from Texas Chiropractic College. He is one of the world’s leading authorities on gluten sensitivity, and lectures nationally to the public and medical professionals on numerous nutrition-related topics. He is the founder of Gluten Free Society and the author of The Gluten-Free Health Solution and Glutenology; a series of digital videos and e-books designed to help educate the world about gluten sensitivity. In addition, he is the author of the bestseller, ‘No Grain No Pain’ published by Touchstone (Simon & Schuster)
Dr. Osborne has served as the executive director and the vice president of the American Clinical Board of Nutrition and is on the advisory board for Functional Medicine University.
He has been featured on PBS, Fox News, CBS, Celiac.com, Dr.Axe.com, The Gluten Summit, and The People’s Pharmacy Radio, and many well know publications.
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[00:01] REENA JADHAV: Hey everyone its Reena from the live longer podcast and health bootcamps and here we have Dr. Peter Osborne on the book master class for no grains no pain. And today we’re talking about chapter two which is where does it hurt, getting started in tracking your journey. Dr. Osborne, so tell us a little bit about the core essence of this chapter.
[00:19] DR. PETER OSBORNE: Well we want to make sure that anybody starting our program has a subjective and an objective starting point because you don’t know where you’re going if you don’t know where you’re starting from the right. So if your pain levels are very high if they’re in your shoulders, in your knees, in your spine. If you’ve got other kinds of pain we want to track that so that we have an initial starting point so this gives the reader some information about where you have to fill out its kind of like a form and a diagram and they are tracking their pain, where it hurts, the intensity of their pain, the quality style of their pain, whether it’s still like the sharp etcetera so they can track the changes over the thirty day program. So we’re just trying to get a fundamental basis on where a person starts.
[01:04] REENA JADHAV: I’m curious because you had so many patients that you’ve helped. Where do the majority of the people experience pain?
[01:10] DR. PETER OSBORNE: So we actually classify pain in different ways there’s physical manifestations of pain which can be muscles, joints which is what most people think of right when they think of the pain they say, “Oh my neck hurts, my back hurts.” So there’s the physical manifestation so musculoskeletal pain or joint pain then there’s also intestinal pain gas, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, sharp stabbing cramping pain. So we also want to make sure we’re checking for those. Those are probably two of the most common and there’s a third type of pain as well its neurological pains so ridiculous types pain. Some people develop neurological numbness and tingling in their hands in their clothes, in their fingers. Some people have mysterious sharp stabbing shooting deep pains in their bones. So we’re again we’re just trying to classify as far as commonality probably in my office. In my office is known for muscle skeletal issues so in my office because that’s what people come to see me for we see a lot of musculoskeletal pain.
[02:10] REENA JADHAV: You know I have a friend dear friend whose daughter is complaining of pain which she says feels like it’s in her bones and again no diagnoses all the tests are clear and if you come across something like what how does it hurt in the bone.
[02:23] DR. PETER OSBORNE: It hurts in the bone. Well, this is actually a very common manifestation of chronic anemia. So what I mean by that is the bone inside the bones bone marrow right and that’s the inside the bone marrow are what are called echo paretic stem cells. They are stem cells that help generate red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets. Some people when they’re anemic meaning anemic means that they’re not producing adequate blood elements. They’re not producing either adequate red blood cells, white blood cells or platelets. Most people think of anemia as an iron deficiency right but it’s not just an iron deficiency if your bone marrow is being over stimulated to try to produce more blood elements because you have a deficiency in those blood elements that can actually trigger pain. We see people with chronic anemia, iron deficiency anemia can do it but folate deficiency anemia, Vitamin 12B anemia, B6. Zinc deficiency anemia can trigger those types of deeper pain so that’s one answer to that question there are others but that’s a really common one.
[03:24] REENA JADHAV: Wow that’s really good to know alright we are going to be talking in our next chapter. Chapter three pain caused by a grain inflammation so tune into that one next
Dr. Peter Osborne
Southwest side of Houston in Sugar Land, TX. Address is:
7616 Branford Place
Sugar Land TX, 77479
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