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Dr. Janet Angel
Dr. Janet Angel

Janet Angel, PhD, is a nutritional biochemist and wellness expert with more than twenty years of professional experience in the natural health care industry.  Dr. Janet currently serves as product formulator, executive Vice Present, and media spokesperson for dietary supplement maker Nature’s Sources, LLC. She joins Les Sinclair to share her seven steps for managing gluten sensitivity:


Step 1 – Remove wheat and grains from your diet for a period of time to allow your body to repair.

Step 2 – Make sure you drink adequate amounts of purified water daily.

Step 3 – Eat plenty of greens; they will soak up toxicities and balance your digestive pH levels.

Step 4 – Use a plant-based enzyme complex supplement with a strong protease blend to replenish your own missing digestive enzymes. The human body cannot produce all of the enzymes it needs so it depends on the presence of natural enzymes in the food supply. When natural enzymes are destroyed through cooking or processing, enzyme supplements are needed.

Step 5 – Exercise to boost circulation which will move nutrients to where they need to go.

Step 6 – Take probiotics to fortify your immune system.

Step 7 – Re-introduce small amounts of grains into your diet, being sure to rotate your foods and not eat the same dishes every day.

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