Autoimmune Disease with Dr Thomas O'Bryan 07/10 by DrLoRadio | Blog Talk Radio
If you're getting that kind of strong reaction, then it has to be a possibility that you're gluten-sensitive. If you are, then you could well be producing antibodies to ... well, God-knows-what body tissues. You're talking about silent, but potentially catastrophic, long-term damage there. And I think Dr. O'Bryan said in that interview that an autoimmune reaction to a gluten-exposure can last for something like 6 weeks.
O'Bryan also says in that interview that fatigue is one of the commonest symptoms of autoimmune problems.I've been pretty consistent with workouts though and I see a lot of muscle gain, so that's awesome. However, my new fantastic muscle is hiding under more and more of mush, especially on my belly. Also, I've noticed that when I do the bread+hummus thing, I'm much weaker during my workouts ...
Hope the interview linked above helps to persuade you in the right direction.Sooo, I think I just need someone to tell me to toughen up, be a big girl and do the right thing now that I know what the right thing is... Thanks in advance
BTW, since you're posting from Poland, did you know a Polish Army doctor was one of the low carb/paleo pioneers?
Australian Homo Optimus Society Homepage
He's a bit low-carb even by Primal standards, but it's certainly interesting that this guy was around and exchanging letters with Dr. Atkins all that time ago:
Since I'm now in an expansive mood can I also add the irrelevant comment that I just read this?
That's an amazing book. I hadn't known the half of the gallantry of the Polish people in the Second World War, including being the only occupied population to refuse to cooperate with the occupiers at a basic civil level at great cost.
You can do this. I think you people can do anything!