Gluten Summit Library Michael Marsh

Aristo Vojdani Gluten Summit
November 11, 2013
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November 18, 2013

Just Listen to Mike Marsh MD

Dr Marsh sets the Gluten Summit Tone

gluten, casein, immunity, brain all matter

Gluten Details Explained

If you do nothing else today you really must start at the starting line. Dr Marsh, researcher in Gluten Pathology for years wrote a definitive paper in, get this, 1992 [!].  Still ignored by many regarding the dramatic relevance of lab testing with blood, vs the commonly held “Gold Standard” of biopsy and current outdated LabCorp results, Dr Marsh explains the confusion.  Yes that outdated testing is valid for advanced disease, but doesn't address the subtlety of gluten sensitivity and far too often completely misses the accurate Gluten Sensitivity diagnosis.

Why do I care? Gluten Sensitivity absolutely effects brain function, we see it in lab results every single day at CorePsych [see this post from 2007]. Fix the immunity pathology and ‘lo and behold' the meds work!

This one is truly worth your time.

My Choice: I'm Too Busy – I Need The Entire Program

No time, but outstanding information! Thanks so much Dr O'Bryan and these outstanding clinicians for adding this remarkable library for improved global awareness. Dr Marsh, you did a super job of setting the tone for this entire Summit.

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  7. FYI: JUST linked this article as Related Content for “But I don’t WANT to give up TASTE” on, #2 in my new Sweet-Tooth Series in process.

    Hope you (or some of your readers) will pop over and take my “Name That Food” quiz after you’ve chuckled at the linked musical spoof (One Grain More – short and very clever) — let me know if you win, btw.

    Hope my readers will pop over here to read & comment upon your well-done articles as well. (The hover box encourages them to click around to read ALL of your excellent Gluten Summit articles.)

    mgh (Madelyn Griffith-Haynie –
    – ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder –

    • Madelyn,
      Thanks so much! Great walking w a creative and insightful spirit such as yours. Really appreciate. Love that Summit! Out here in Palm Springs [will be writing about it] at ACAM, going to dinner w Aristo Vojdani tonight [] – he’s a wonderful guy, with the best immunity lab in the world.

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  10. I want to underscore BOTH of your points above, cp.

    I made the choice to purchase the “tapes” AS I listened to Marsh’s info-dense interview. I not only want to listen to the remainder of the Summit on my schedule, I know I will want to listen to this session and more than a few of the others more than once (AND to have permanent access to the transcripts for a quick review).

    I was impressed with the low price-point for the digital downloads. Most of the “tapes” for the Summits I have attended have started at $99 – and some have charged extra for those who wanted video, audio AND written versions of the info.

    For those who resent having to pay anything at all for information, it seems to me that making the info available and getting the word out is the clear focus here – and that the charges merely recoup some of the costs of putting on the Summit.

    What we’re paying for, really, is TIME – making it possible for them to spend their time keeping us informed (without risking bankruptcy ::grin::), as an equal or greater number of minutes of our own lives remain available for other things. All WE have to do is dedicate enough of those minutes to listen or read. Helluva deal, IMHO!

    God Bless the organizers and the sponsors. This information is VITAL to those of us who want to thrive – as it underscores the content of many of the articles here on CorePsych (God Bless you too, cp!)
    Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CMC, SCAC, MCC
    – ADD Coach Training Field founder; ADD Coaching co-founder –
    (blogs: ADDandSoMuchMore, ADDerWorld & ethosconsultancynz – dot com)
    “It takes a village to educate a world!”

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