It’s not often that you hear a doctor use words like “remarkable” and “most clinically important lectures ever,” when referring to a conference lecture. Those were Joe Pizzorno’s ND words from a lecture by Alessio Fasano, MD at the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM) conference in Dallas, Texas in May 2013. Pizzorno, Editor in Chief of Integrative Therapies, a Clinician’s Journals (IMCJ), called his lecture “remarkable.”
Pizzorno said thanks to Fasano’s research and lecture he was finally able to understand why so many chronically ill patients with chronic disease become healthier when they avoid gluten, even if they apparently not have an immunological response to wheat proteins.
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