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Join Co-Host Tina Turbin and Dr.Peter H.R. Green M.D. on Celiac Disease

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Join Tina Turbin and Dr. Peter H.R. Green M.D. for an enlightening discussion on celiac disease, one of the most common and under-diagnosed autoimmune diseases, it's symptoms, and how 97% of the U.S. population unknowingly has celiac. Dr. Green diagnoses over 2,400 celiac patients a year, one being day-time Emmy Award winner, Elisabeth Hasselbeck of ABC’s “The View”. About Tina Turbin:

For many years, Tina has continued researching and writing in fields that interest her: children, families, mothers and women in society, health and nutrition — including gluten and wheat allergies — as well as the environment. She also supports these areas through her actions.

“I find there is a lot of valid information available as well as plenty that is false. It truly takes a logical approach in research, while reading or sifting through the barrage of information, to come to one’s own conclusion, especially before imparting it to others. I am interested in compiling the truth in a given field and then helping others to acquire helpful information. The way I write about it or share it may be different from another’s way, and as a result it may ‘hit home’ just because my delivery was unique to that one person.

“I care a lot about children, moms and families. It is just who I am and in my heart. I am a mom, my kids are older now, and to me this role is still one of the most important in society. What is done with just one child, how he or she is treated on a daily basis at home and in school, can make quite a difference for a very long time. Also, helping a mom or a family in a situation of need can create quite an impact that TRULY shows up many years later. This brings us to the subject of society and our environment at large. It all plays quite a role; all aspects of this really interact one with another. I want to help people to see this.”

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