Episode 3: Joel & Sina with Dr. Peter Osborne (Glutens, Autoimmune Disease & Questioning the Rise of Agriculture)
Beyond Labels with Joel Salatin and Dr. Sina McCullough
Joel and Sina chat with Dr. Peter Osborne, the world's leading expert in glutens and grains. Watch the VIDEO version HERE.Dr. Osborne is offering a FREE online Glutenology Masterclass (September 15-19, 2021). Learn why 92% of all "gluten free" diets fail and how to set yourself up for success! Click HERE to learn more about this class and to register. Dr. Osborne's book NO GRAIN, NO PAIN can be found HERE.His YouTube channel can be found HERE.Connect with him through his website HERE.
EP 9 - Dr. Peter Osborne: Dream Big and Define Your Why
The Power of Genetics
Dr. Peter Osborne is a veteran of the Air Force and his journey working in the VA hospital, treating veterans was the trigger that shaped his path on to the gluten world. Tired of the failed pattern of prescribing methotrexate, steroids, non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs like hydroxychloroquine for pain, he dived into the search of looking for better options. He suddenly realized nobody was talking about diet, lifestyle or nutrition and that’s when he found his why. Topics discussed in this episode: How he started researching gluten, fasting, fish oil and their relationship with rheumatoid arthritis and pain treatment. The Impostor Syndrome in functional medicine and how practitioners sometimes get in their own way to breakthrough. The importance of creating strategy and having a clear roadmap to accomplish success What practitioners can do to have more impact. Define your why, set your how and embrace marketing to get your message out. The problem of centralization: when practitioners want to do everything by themselves. How Genetics is in its infancy stage.
300: Uncovering Common Myths and Lies About Gluten and Autoimmunity w/ Dr. Peter Osborne
Essentially You: Empowering You On Your Health & Wellness Journey With Safe, Natural & Effective Solutions
If You Want to Get to The Bottom of Your Gluten-Based Inflammation, You Should: Use an elimination diet or testing to understand your unique sensitivities Don't eat the foods that you are sensitive to, no matter what Make sure that you get enough fiber and gut-loving foods in your diet Learning the truth about gluten and how it impacts our bodies has played a huge role in my autoimmune journey. Understanding the science of gluten, and debunking the common myths and lies we hear about its effect on the body, is key to healing any autoimmunity. When you truly know what it means to be gluten-free, you can start to reverse your autoimmune symptoms and feel like yourself again. Understanding Gluten with Dr. Peter Osborne Dr. Peter Osborne is the clinical director of Origins Health Care in Sugar Land, Texas. He is a doctor of Chiropractic, a Doctor of Pastoral Science, and a Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist. Often referred to as “The Gluten-Free Warrior,” Dr. Osborne is one of the most sought-after alternative health and nutrition experts in the world. His practice is centered on helping those with painful chronic degenerative and autoimmune diseases by using natural healing methods. He is one of the world’s leading authorities on gluten sensitivity, and lectures nationally on this and many other nutritionally related topics. Getting to the Bottom of Your Autoimmunity Dr. Osborne is passionate about helping others cure their autoimmune conditions through a gluten-free diet that eliminates inflammation and helps people feel better. Through a tested method of listening to your body, paying attention to the foods that affect you, and getting real about the ways that gluten is marketed to the masses, Dr. Osborne has helped countless people get to the bottom of their autoimmune diseases and avoid worsening symptoms through pure science and information. The Power of Going Gluten-Free Autoimmune diseases are often separated as if they are 100 different diseases. But this is not the case, as all autoimmunity is caused by inflammation. Gluten is the #1 most researched trigger for autoimmune disease globally, which is why if you are struggling with an autoimmune disease, you need to learn what a gluten-free diet looks like in all aspects. When you can understand the science behind why gluten is triggering your autoimmunity, you will be empowered to transition out of a gluten-free diet and find lasting relief from the autoimmunity symptoms that you have been searching for. Are you ready to alleviate your autoimmune conditions by educating yourself on gluten's harm to your body? Share your thoughts with me in the comments section of the episode page. Quotes: “It was like, ‘Hey, your colleagues and your peers, your M.D.’s and your Ph.D. researchers have studied these things and researched these things and have found them to be true. Let’s try to apply what they have researched and take better care of our patients.'” (10:42) “There is an old saying, ‘One person's food is another person's poison.' And so we always have to honor the uniqueness of an individual.” (19:33) “I'm not a researcher myself, I am a clinician. But I was accumulating all of the research being done and basically took that and put it into a culmination so that I could help people better find which diet they needed to follow, especially as it related to gluten.” (26:53) “Grain is being grown to feed the masses, but that doesn't make it healthy. That is why the government had to ban the sale of it in 1943 because it was killing people.” (31:03) “We have been so brainwashed to believe that we need grain as a part of our balanced diet that we don't know any better, most people. But grain is not an essential food group, so you can survive plenty well without grain.” (38:31) In This Episode Learn how to understand the connection between gluten and your gut, inflammation, and autoimmunity (15:25) The first thing you can do if you are a person with an autoimmune disease (19:38) Addressing the myths surrounding gluten, grains, and substituting foods (22:32) Discover the shocking US government link to grain production and grain subsidies (30:01) Ways that you can take steps towards eliminating your symptoms, even without testing (38:09) Resources Mentioned: The Glutenology Masterclass Gluten-Free Society Website Dr. Peter Osborne Website Other Resources: Check out the full show notes page Keep up with everything Dr. Mariza Follow Dr. Mariza on Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | Youtube Podcast production & marketing support by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes: Essentially You Episode #80: Going Beyond Gluten-Free: How Your Diet Can Make or Break Your Hormone Health with Dr. Peter Osborne Essentially You Episode #229: The Truth Behind Which Foods Trigger Inflammation and Belly Fat
122. Is food wreaking havoc on your body? with Dr. Peter Osborne
Wildly Successful Lifestyle
Is your body full of inflammation? Are you in chronic pain? Are you ready to hear the truth about artificial sweeteners? The truth about "normal" test results from your Doctor Dr. Osborne is passionate and gracious and he believes all progress starts with TRUTH, which he definitely shares with us today. I'm pretty sure you are going to be blown away by what he has to say, I know I was..... www.drpeterosborne.com www.nograinnopainbook.com http://glutenfreesociety.org/ A $75.00 discount on Dr. Peter Osborne's Genetic Lab Testing For Gluten Sensitivity! Now available without a doctor's visit, and exclusive to this Wildly Successful Lifestyle podcast brought to you by Heidi Dawson. At checkout apply this coupon: wsldna75 https://www.glutenfreesociety.org/shop/memberships-products/gluten-sensitivity-genetic-test-kit/
Episode #61: Could Gluten be Causing Your Symptoms? with Dr. Peter Osborne
The Functional Gynecologist
Have you thought that maybe eating gluten or grains is making you feel bad? Did you know that food can cause symptoms like fatigue and depression- without having GI complaints? Did you know that eating gluten can affect your vaginal, bladder, and pelvic health?You NEED to listen to this episode, ladies! Dr. Tabatha has an insightful discussion with Dr. Peter Osborne about how gluten and grains impact women's health in a negative, long-lasting way! You'll find out how it leads to food sensitivities, nutrient deficiencies, auto-immune diseases, and chronic inflammation and disease. This episode is eye-opening, important information for every woman!Dr. Osborne is a doctor of chiropractic, doctor of pastoral science, an expert in functional nutrition, and is Board Certified with The American Clinical Board of Nutrition.Often times referred to as “The Gluten Free Warrior”, he is one of the most sought after alternative and nutritional experts in the world. He has had the honor and privilege or sharing the stage with some of the world’s most well known and internationally recognized experts to include Alessio Fasano, MD, Russell Jaffe, MD, PhD, Steven Gundry, MD, Joe Mercola, DO, Yehuda Shoenfeld, MD, and Dr. Josh Axe.He is one of the world’s leading authorities on gluten sensitivity, and lectures nationally to both the public as well as doctors on this and many other nutritionally related topics. He is the founder Gluten Free Society, the author of The Gluten Free Health Solution and The Glutenology Health Matrix, a series of digital videos and ebooks designed to help educate the world about gluten. In addition, he is the author of the international best selling book, No Grain No Pain, published by Touchstone (Simon & Schuster), which was also printed in 5 languages and turned into a PBS special that aired nationwide.Because of his passion to educate the world about the relationship between gluten and autoimmune disease, he founded, financed, and hosted, The Autoimmune Revolution I & II– a free online educational series featuring more than 40 of the world’s leading experts on autoimmune disease and nutrition.Dr. Osborne has been a featured expert in a number of documentaries including, Betrayal, Autoimmune Secrets Revealed, and the Netflix series, Afflicted. He has been featured in or on Netflix, Fox News, CBS, PBS, The New York Post, Muscle & Fitness Hers, Celiac.com, The Gluten Summit, Radio MD, The People’s Pharmacy Radio, The Journal of Gluten Sensitivity, and many other nationally recognized publications. The Functional Gynecologist's Guide to Balancing your Hormones: https://drtabatha.synduit.com/sueb0001Dr. Tabatha's Website: https://www.drtabatha.com/Dr. Tabatha's FB: https://www.facebook.com/DrTabathaDr. Tabatha's IG: https://www.instagram.com/dr_tabatha/Dr. Tabatha's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheFunctionalGynecologist
Fasting to Heal Gut Inflammation with Dr. Peter Osborne
Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
Today’s episode is proudly sponsored by Pique Tea - pure, effective, accessible Tea Crystals designed for radiant health. I love to wind down with their new Electric Turmeric. It’s fermented for maximized absorption and delivers unparalleled immune support. You can find it and other healthy, delicious Tea Crystals at piquetea.com/drjockers. Be sure to use code JOCKERS for an extra 5% off your first order! Fasting offers a lot of benefits to the body, weight loss being one of the most popular. Today, Dr. Peter Osborne discusses the effects of fasting in the gut, particularly in the healing process of chronic inflammation. Dr. Osborne is a doctor of pastoral science, an expert in functional nutrition, and the owner and director of Origins Health Care. He reveals how inflammation has been widely misunderstood and what specific type of inflammation we need to resolve to help the body function at its best. Discover how proper fasting addresses issues with gut inflammation and the 7 strategies that support effective fasting. “When you fast, you are letting the gut take a vacation. You are allowing the gut to rest so that it can do its job the next day.” -Dr. Peter Osborne Subscribe to the podcast on: Apple Podcast Stitcher Spotify PodBean TuneIn Radio In This Episode: - Inflammation sounds awful (and it can be!) but it plays a surprisingly vital role in a healthy body - What kind of inflammation requires urgent attention and the dire results if you wait too late - How simply fasting heals a leaky gut and calms chronic inflammation - Start with seven – Begin fasting TODAY using Peter’s sure-fire strategies (they don’t cost you a dime!) - The fasting strategy for people happy with their weight but annoyed with slow healing Resources: - Pique Tea – Use Code JOCKERS for 5% off - No Grain, No Pain: A 30-Day Diet for Eliminating the Root Cause of Chronic Pain Paperback Connect with Dr. Osborne: - Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/DoctorPeterOsborne/ - YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoiSo5WDJmRxOf2cqgC7DSg?sub_confirmation=1 - Website – https://drpeterosborne.com/ Connect with Dr. Jockers: - Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/drjockers/ - Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/DrDavidJockers - YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/user/djockers - Website – https://drjockers.com/ - If you are interested in being a guest on the show, we would love to hear from you! Please contact us here! - https://drjockers.com/join-us-dr-jockers-functional-nutrition-podcast/
Dr. Peter Osborne on Functional Medicine Farm Life and Mask Shaming
The Evan Brand Show
Dr. Peter Osborne, DC joins us to talk about his 22 acre farm that he says has saved his sanity during the COVID lockdowns. If you need help clinically please book a free call with Megan Gump, CFMP, FNTP, my functional medicine colleague who I have on staff. You can use the link http://evanbrand.com/free to book the 15 minutes.Register for my better belly course masterclass at http://betterbellycourse.com and I'll be opening enrollment soon!
EP 52: Functional Medicine Matrix, with Dr. Peter Osborne
What the Health?! with Dr. Greg Eckel
Highlights:The matrix with Dr. Osborne.How Brain health may start in the gutGrains, how are they processed in the bodyAbout:Dr. Peter Osborne D.A.C.B.N PSc.D. is the clinical director of Origins Healthcare in Sugar Land, Texas. He is world renown in the field of gluten and grain sensitivity, and one of the most sought after Functional Medicine Doctors.Connect:Social Media & Website Links:https://www.facebook.com/DoctorPeterOsborne/https://twitter.com/glutenologyhttps://www.pinterest.com/docosborne/https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoiSo5WDJmRxOf2cqgC7DSg?sub_confirmation=1https://www.instagram.com/p/BrVlmU0AOKB/glutenfreesociety.org
FULL EPISODE DESCRIPTION Reconciliation above all Reconciliation is the primary necessity facing Northern Ireland, believes Peter Osborne. Peter is a former chair of both the Community Relations Council and the Parades Commission. He was talking in the latest Forward Together podcast from the Holywell Trust. “I come from a perspective of looking at what reconciliation is about,” says Peter. He argues that to achieve reconciliation it is essential to correct the structures that create separation. This has led him to strongly argue for the integration of the education and housing systems. “You need to make the structural changes that created segregation and the conflict,” he says. “We need to tackle the causes of the problem, not deal with the symptoms. The cause of the problem here is segregation. That leads to sectarianism and all of the other stuff that we see every day. There is a real need to make the structural change around education and around play.” Many health specialists argue that the NHS in Northern Ireland has the wrong structures, with too many buildings, many of them old and inefficient. The Bengoa review of health services concluded that too much money is spent on buildings and not enough on services, requiring a significant reorganisation and reshaping of the service to correct. Peter has argued that in a similar way Northern Ireland’s education system needs its own Bengoa-type review and restructure, with the possibility of reducing overheads and improving outcomes. That view is influenced by the Department for Education saying that there are around 60,000 surplus places in Northern Ireland schools – though this is a reduction of 35,000 places since 2006. However, some educationalists argue that there is no indication that financial savings are achieved from school mergers – with perhaps extra costs being generated by the construction of new school campuses. Peter is clear, though, that having surplus school places is wrong. He says: “It feels as if it's a waste of money. Well, it is a waste of money….There are a number of arguments that are relevant - there's the economic arguments, the political arguments as well.” Peter stresses that apart from the direct costs of school building and teacher duplication, there is also the issue that “tens or perhaps hundreds of millions of pounds” are spent a year in bringing children and society together in community cohesion projects that would be unnecessary if children were educated together. Moreover, if school mergers led to the vacation of some existing school buildings that land could be sold to generate capital receipts that could be re-invested. There is controversy around shared education campuses – opposition on the one side from some that the specific identity of faith schools is lost, while criticism on the other from those who believe it is a dilution of what can be achieved from fully integrated schools. Peter believes that shared campuses are clearly preferable to segregated schools. “A lot of good stuff is happening within shared education,” he says. “There is some stuff that is not good. My criterion is that there is a continuum of moving to a place where children and young people are educated together. If shared education helps us move along that continuum then fine.” He adds: “I'm not saying one system is all that we need. I am in favour of integrated schools for children learning and developing together: that could be achieved by different models. I think that's a conversation we need to have. But I think from the ground up, parents and young people, when they're asked, very clearly say we would prefer everybody in the same classroom together. There is a demand for that to happen. “That doesn't mean that the children, young people, don't get any religious education. Actually, the experience from the integrated sector is that there is a greater focus on different types of religious education. Both the Protestant and the Catholic churches like it when they're involved in it, because they see what each other is doing and there is a greater relationship between the churches.” But are the politicians willing to do more? “I do see a change happening in the political side,” says Peter. However, even if there is a willingness to have more integrated schools and shared campuses, that shift does not extend to the point of merging the Stranmillis and St. Mary’s teacher training colleges. “To have two teacher training colleges when clearly we should only have one, with a cost of millions of pounds extra, is ridiculous,” Peter argues. “I do get a sense that there's an acknowledgement of that politically. And, there was a debate in the Assembly recently where politicians did say they wanted to see an independent review of education. In the context of New Decade, New Approach, that means a single education system.” But, believes Peter, there is an equally pressing need to develop shared housing provision. “We need to be a lot more ambitious about public housing and about shared housing.” The target now set is the building of 1500 more social housing units over the next 10 years, compared to the 487 in the previous plan – which is less than 1% of total new housing stock. “And we need to defend the policy on shared housing we have, making sure there aren’t paramilitary flags going up.” While the political system has resisted radical change to achieve a more integrated society, Peter believes that greater progress might be achieved if citizens’ assemblies were used, in the way that has happened in the Republic. “I think citizens’ assemblies and civic engagement more generally are something that we really need to put more resources, more thought into,” he says. Peter hopes that citizens’ assemblies might be used to assist reform of the education system, the environment and other social issues. There is, he says, “a real opportunity to use them to come up with some answers”. Disclaimer: This project has received support from the Northern Ireland Community Relations Council which aims to promote a pluralist society characterised by equity, respect for diversity, and recognition of interdependence. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the Community Relations Council.
EP075: Building your dream practice with Dr. Peter Osborne
Today’s episode is an interview with Dr. Peter Osborne which took place during the COVID-19 quarantine at the Perfect Practice Live Online Experience on Sunday, April 5th. Dr. Osborne is Sachin’s friend and mentor and he comes on to share so much advice at such a fast rate, this episode may be one to listen to more than once! Key Takeaways: [0:44] Sachin Patel welcomes his friend and mentor Dr. Peter Osborne. [2:50] Dr. Peter Osborne introduces himself and shares the wide-ranging story of how he came to be where he is today, including the powerful story of a little girl that became the reason he dove so deep into functional medicine. [8:20] From attending the Renaissance Faire to bodybuilding — Dr. Osborne shares a personal story he’s never told anyone before! [9:20] From doing the hustle for an employer to working hard for himself. [10:40] Dr. Osborne opens up about his difficult childhood. [13:57] Sachin talks about the incredible importance of mentorship and Dr. Osborne talks about the important mentors in his life. [18:30] Mistakes are par for the course, and Dr. Osborne shares an example of a mistake he made before mentorship. [20:05] Sachin talks about the importance of getting outside and complementary perspectives on the work you do. [22:50] Dr. Osborne speaks to the impacts of COVID-19 and the importance of establishing an online presence. [26:16] Dr. Osborne talks about the creation of the Gluten Free Society, an online resource he put in place and which ended up being a client funnel as well. [28:10] Give your best content away — Dr. Osborne explains why. He also talks about the importance of building a profitable thriving business in order to keep paying it forward. [31:46] Sachin shares the story of one of his clients who was doing the virtual pivot as COVID-19 happened. There are two aspects to growth: positioning and profit, and they have to happen in that order. [36:10] When you’re really passionate about something, don’t hold back — give as much of yourself as possible. [37:21] Functional medicine is a lot more like farming than it is like hunting and feedback from your clients is going to be fuel for all your hard work. [39:45] Ignore the people who say you dream too big, that it can’t be done. [41:48] Sachin shares one example of streamlining operations through digital means that enables you and your clients to save time and still get the most bang for their buck. He also talks about the automated emails he sends out (thanks to Dr. Osborne!) [44:19] Dr. Osborne talks about the difference between working on your business and working in it. He also touches on the critical importance of asking your clients what they think you could improve. [47:30] Dr. Osborne touches on ROI as an example of the importance of having a well-oiled machine. [49:57] The most important piece of advice Dr. Osborne has to share — it’s actually a lot… take your pen out! [52:27] Why the insurance models aren’t good for you. [54:11] If you’re going to spend money on advertising make sure you know who you want to attract! [57:13] Dr. Osborne explains tiers of service: 1. Free 2. Low Barrier offers 3. Paid service one-on-one. [1:00:17] Most people don’t create enough content to generate momentum. [1:02:20] Sachin reminds people to get out of their own way, perfection isn’t necessary, you will iterate and build and refine and get better. Great businesses are built in the night, not overnight. [1:08:] Get good at business with Dr. Peter Osborne’s Dream Practice Functional Medicine Summit. [1:09:17] Sachin thanks Dr. Peter Osborne for sharing so much of his knowledge and experience. Mentioned in this episode email@example.com Perfect Practice Live Online Experience Dr. Peter Osborne Gluten Free Society Bedros Keuillian The Dream Practice Functional Medicine Summit More about your guest Dr. Peter Osborne is the director of Origins Health Care in Sugar Land, Texas. He is a Doctor of pastoral science, and a Board Certified Clinical Nutritionist. Oftentimes referred to as “The Gluten Free Warrior,” he is one of the most sought after alternative and nutritional experts in the world. His practice is centered on helping nutritionally support those with painful chronic degenerative and autoimmune problems using natural methods. He is one of the world’s leading authorities on gluten sensitivity, and lectures nationally to both the public as well as doctors on this and many other nutritionally related topics. He is the founder of Gluten Free Society, the author of The Gluten Free Health Solution and The Glutenology Health Matrix, a series of digital videos and ebooks designed to help educate the world about gluten. In addition, he is the author of the best selling book, No Grain No Pain, published by Touchstone (Simon & Schuster). He has been featured in or on Fox News, CBS, PBS, Celiac.com, The Gluten Summit, Radio MD, The People’s Pharmacy Radio, Underground Wellness, Muscle & Fitness Hers, The Journal of Gluten Sensitivity, and many other nationally-recognized publications. More about your host Sachin Patel How to speak with Sachin Go one step further and Become The Living Proof Books by Sachin Patel: Perfect Practice: How to Build a Successful Functional Medical Business, Attract Your Ideal Patients, Serve Your Community and Get Paid What You’re Worth The Motivation Molecule: The Biological Secrets To Eliminate Procrastination, Skyrocket Productivity, and Get Sh!t Done