Did you know that Coffee contains gluten? There are many misconceptions surrounding gluten sensitivity and for some individuals one of their problems may be found in their morning and afternoon coffee. In this video Dr Hagmeyer clinic director of the Naperville Institute For NeuroMetabolic Solutions in Naperville IL, explains the connection between coffee and gluten, cross reactive foods and chronic health problems.
Dr Hagmeyer is a holistic chiropractic physician specializing in metabolic disorders using functional medicine, Chiropractic Care and Brain Based Therapy.
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Jonathan Dodds 3 weeks ago
I have read elsewhere that rice and oats do NOT? contain gluten, could you please explain why you include these in the foods such as wheat, rye and barley that are commonly touted as the gluten heavy foods while other ‘experts’ do not. Thanks for the video, coffee always makes me feel horrible.
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Richard Hagmeyer 3 weeks ago
The traditional definition of gluten only included wheat gluten back? in the 40’s and 50’s. We now know much more about gluten proteins and gluten cross reactors. We also have isolated gluten proteins from all grains. Gluten is just an umbrella term. Very often people just see “gluten free” what they are really saying is that it is “wheat” gluten free. This is all the nonsense that goes on behind food labeling laws.