Instead of the traditional ‘bums on seat’s type clinic where you can really only help a fortunate few who can come and see you, nowadays I have chosen to help many more people via
The highly informative step by step pages on this site. Start with Welcome and work your way through the steps as they appear in the menu. By the end of that. you’ll know much more than most doctors!
500+ blog posts so far. Sign up to get posts directly to email as I post them, or a feed to your chosen reader using the links in the right hand column. To subscribe to the comments on each blog post, just make a comment yourself, or click in the box as if you’re about to type and then tick the box that comes up that says ‘notify me of follow-up’. You can then unsubscribe from it at any point.
The 280 page deeply-researched, product-specific Gluten Plan, which will take you through the whole testing, diet and treatment spectrum of any gluten related disorder
The additional TGF Books, such as the TGF Adrenal Plan and TGF Candida Plan. In the Gluten Plan, there is a suggested staged treatment plan for you that will help show you how to progress through if yours is a complex case ie. do you do detox first or bolster your adrenals etc?
Tons of useful resources in the aptly-named Gluten Resources.
For general health info, the Purehealth clinic site is packed with information so have a good look round. Click on the A-Z of Health factsheets where you will find various sections like IBS, Weight Loss, Menopause, Candida, Low Stomach Acid, Adrenal Fatigue etc and read the info there. You should find plenty of ideas where to start with testing and treatment. I am updating and adding stuff as fast as my little fingers will type.
There are also loads more free articles, more detailed factsheets and ebooks in the shop and mentioned in the various pages and posts.
If you need test info, see the overall Gluten Testing page here. There are loads you can access postally but done via accredited labs. See here for how to have tests done and how the process works.
If you need supplements, be very aware that the vast majority contain grains – and therefore glutens – and will hinder rather than help you. Read TGF Supplements for more on this issue and where to get safe ones from.
Much of the info you need is there: use the search box on the top right and something will invariably come up to help you.
If you have a query..
Please read the Support page on the main clinic site and you’ll probably find your answer or a link to it there.
If you have a test or ebook query, read the Test & Ebook FAQ – we’ve tried to cover everything, and I mean everything; get a cuppa before you scroll through!
You can see all the tests, read our overviews and order here.
You can see all the free and paid-for factsheets, ebooks and plans in one place here.
Use the Facebook groups. There are many people who are going through or have been through the very thing you are. To help peer to peer support and sharing, I have set up some closed (and therefore very private!) Facebook groups. I keep them relatively small deliberately and we are now like family! Join the Purehealth Facebook Group or the TrulyGlutenFree one for gluten and grain-sensitive people. They are a fabulous bunch and extremely supportive and knowledgeable. Join and add to it! There is also a special one for Gluten Planners too – there is a link in the Gluten Plan for you to join.
Use Live Chat. If I’m at my desk and am not knee-deep in thought about something, it’ll be on. If I’m with someone, out or out of office hours, doing one of your calls etc, leave me a message.
If you’re still stuck after all that lot, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or Live Chat me if I’m on.
Do bear in mind I get a lot of emails and chats so it may take me some time, but I will get back to you, promise!
Also note: I am not taking patients on currently so please don’t ask me to take your case on; it breaks my heart to say no. But, I can steer you in the right direction, advise you on tests, correct remedies, where to start, discuss what you might have missed or just be there as support and someone who ‘gets it’.
Ok, hope that helps – and we look forward to helping you!