The popular way conventional doctors treat autoimmune diseases is to prescribe immune-suppressing drugs — which is causing an even greater health crisis.

If you have an autoimmune disease — Graves’, Hashimoto’s, lupus, type 1 diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, MS, gluten-related disorders, IBS, psoriasis, Addison’s and others — your lifespan is likely a decade shorter than someone without disease.

This was one of the most important interviews I have given on the link between autoimmunity and emotional trauma in childhood. The Autoimmune summit is being re-released this year – not to be missed!

—>>Learn to treat the root cause of your pain, not just the symptoms, at Dr. Peter Osborne’s Autoimmune Revolution


Part of the problem lies in the way conventional medicine “treats” autoimmune disease with a pill, which has failed to achieve meaningful outcomes. In fact, it has created an even greater health crisis, what Dr. Osborne calls “The Prescription Pain Trap.”

The physical, chemical and emotional pain these conditions create, and our failure to treat them properly, impacts millions around the world — and it doesn’t have to be this way.

Join me for The Autoimmune Revolution to learn more about:

  • Conquering chronic pain and autoimmune conditions
  • The connection between autoimmune diseases, diet and lifestyle choices
  • 6 diet and behavior changes you can make today to radically improve health
  • Breaking the cycle of medications and dependency on allopathic treatments
  • And more!

The Autoimmune Revolution is online and free from November 5-11, 2018.

—>>Click here to register for The Autoimmune Revolution (online and free) now!

It’s time to prevent and reverse autoimmune diseases, so we can break this terrible cycle of pain to achieve greater health, improved happiness and longer life!

Take care for now,


P.S. Dr. Osborne is one of the most sought after functional medicine doctors in the world, often referred to as “The Gluten Free Warrior.” His practice is centered on helping those with painful chronic degenerative and autoimmune diseases — you will learn a lot from this free event, so I encourage you to register today!