Identifying and Conquering Gluten Sensitivity with Tom O’Bryan, DC, CCN, DACBN

Tom O’Bryan, internationally recognized expert on celiac disease and gluten sensitivity, will be the guest speaker at a Gluten Intolerance Group of Marin special meeting.
Identifying and Conquering Gluten Sensitivity
Thursday, September 27
6 pm Food samples offered by a selection of local restaurants with GF menus
7pm  Lecture by Tom O’Bryan
At the Mill Valley Hotel (formerly the Larkspur Hotel)
(Shoreline exit off Highway 101)
A board-certified nutritionist, O’Bryan has a passion for teaching about the many manifestations of gluten sensitivity and celiac disease as they occur inside and outside of the intestines including autoimmune diseases, arthritis, epilepsy, migraines, diabetes, asthma, skin rashes and many other conditions.  Audiences give high marks to O’Bryan for his ability to present complex, well-documented medical information in an easy-to-understand and compelling way.
A sought-after speaker, O’Bryan lectures around the world including a seminar to The Royal Society of Medicine, London in 2011.
In his clinical practice he is known as a “Sherlock Holmes” for finding the root cause of chronic disease and metabolic disorders.  Trained as a nutritionist and chiropractor, O’Bryan is also a graduate of the Institute For Functional Medicine’s hallmark program Applying Functional Medicine in Clinical Practice.  He is an independent clinical consultant to Cyrex Laboratories, which recently debuted testing for gluten sensitivity.
Local restaurants offering samples from their gluten free menus at 6 pm will precede O’Bryan’s lecture which will begin at 7 pm.
Mark your calendars now and invite your friends to this special opportunity to hear internationally-known gluten sensitivity expert Tom O’Bryan on September 27th.
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