by Sean Croxton
You eat your morning toast, then can’t remember where you put the car keys?
You have a sandwich for lunch, then can’t seem to focus on your afternoon tasks.
Your kids slurp down whole grain cereal for breakfast, then come home from school with notes from their teachers about “attention deficit”.
Could these all be connected?
According to Dr. Tom O’Bryan — renowned gluten expert and host of the upcoming Gluten Summit — the scientific literature seems to think so.
In fact, the research shows that the consumption of gluten can cause reduced blood flow to the brain.
Like the doc says in today’s video, try crossing your legs for two hours, then stand up and walk.
This is your brain on gluten — low blood flow, poor function.
Click THE VIDEO below to watch the first of a series of 3 videos the doc and I filmed this week sharing a few of his favorite pearls from the summit.
And be sure to SAVE YOUR SEAT at the free, online Gluten Summit at the link below. Doors open Monday, November 11th!