What’s the deal with going Gluten Free?

Do you ever wonder, What’s the deal with going Gluten Free? In this video, Dr. Hilary Booth, Naturopathic Doctor, clears up the misconceptions about gluten by answering the what, where, when, why, who and how of going gluten free.

Doctor Hilary Booth ND

Dr. Hilary Booth, ND is a licensed and registered Naturopathic Doctor


Dr. Hilary Booth, ND is a licensed and registered Naturopathic Doctor who graduated withan Honours Bachelor of Naturopathy from the Canadian

College of Naturopathic Medicine. Dr. Booth was the recipient of the Gold Medallion award from the University of Western Ontario for the highest academic achievement in her field, an Honours Specialization in Physiology. Dr. Booth is a member in good standing with the BDDT-N, the CAND, and the OAND.

Dr. Booth specializes in women’s health, fertility, and pregnancy care. She has additional certifications as a Naturopathic Doula, and in Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture. Dr. Booth uses leading-edge evidence-based treatments to provide personalized, compassionate care for her patients at the Dr. Shawna Darou and Associates clinic in Toronto, Canada.

Dr. Booth produces a weekly video blog on her website www.hilarybooth.com. Connect with Dr. Booth on Facebook and YouTube, or click here to book an appointment.

9 Insane Facts About Your Food That Will Give You The Ultimate Shock!

9 Insane food facts

1- The most expensive coffee in the world is brewed from beans partially digested and defecated by toddy cats. How do you take your “poo”? With sugar and cream please.

2- The common bread ingredient L-cysteine is derived from human hair. Don’t believe it’s only hair from your head if you know what I mean; eeuww!

3- Chicken McNuggets contain industrial chemicals. TBHQ, a petroleum derivative, is used as a stabilizer in oil field chemicals amongst other things. TBHQ has been linked to stomach tumors. Another chemical used as an ingredient is Dimethylpolysiloxane which is a type of silicone. It is used as a filler for breast implants, and is the key ingredient in Silly Putty. Continue reading