Pursuing health without the dogma for a mind wide open
But first, “you must unlearn what you have learned” YODA
Autoimmune disease has been based on two prevailing theories, the mimicry and bystander theories but decades of research based on this assumption/theories has not led to successful treatments. In this episode, Dr. Petersen introduces us to the idea of the third variable; an increase in gut permeability.
Meet Dr. Vikki Petersen
Dr. Vikki Petersen is the founder of the Root Cause Medical Clinics in Saratoga, California, and Clearwater, Florida.
She received her Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner recognition from the Institute of Functional Medicine and a Certified Clinical Nutritionist certification from the International and American Association of Clinical Nutritionists.
She is the co-author of “The Gluten Effect”, a bestselling book that has highlighted the awareness of both gluten sensitivity diagnosis and treatment. Her second book is entitled Hiatal Hernia Syndrome, where she again tackles a health condition affecting millions for which conventional medicine has no answers.
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