Food Allergies May Be Wrecking Your Health

Gluten Free Society and Dr. Peter Osborne are hosting another Gluten Free Meeting on April 2nd at the Sugar Land Library.

Our Guest Speaker is Dr. Jaffe (his Bio is below).  He is the founder of EAB Laboratory, the most advanced lab in the world specializing in helping physicians identify food allergies in patients.

Dr. Jaffe is flying in just for our group.  Let’s make him welcome!

Note:  This is a new location for the meeting (please see link above for directions).

Time: 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

No Entry Fee, but please bring a gluten free/grain free dish with recipes, a family member, or a friend who might find the benefit of a gluten free diet.

Join us for learning, food and friendship.  If you missed the last meeting, you can check it out here…

Dr. Jaffe’s Bio:

Russell Jaffe, MD PhD (

Dr. Jaffe received his MD degree from the Boston University School of Medicine in 1972.  He completed his residency training in Clinical Pathology at the National Institutes of Health, where he was on the permanent staff as a practicing molecular biologist and molecular pathologist. In addition, he has studied extensively in the area of nutrition. He was asked by Norm Shealey to be the founding chairman of the Scientific Committee of the American Holistic Medical Association. He was the first Course Director of “Oriental Medical Strategies in Western Medical Practice.” This was the first program recognized by N Y State for licensure certification based on being a diplomate of this training program. Most graduates of this program are now instructors in Oriental Medicine and Acupuncture training programs throughout the world. In 1984, Dr. Jaffe developed the lymphocyte response assays (LRA) by ELISA/ACT tests ( ).  These tests enable physicians to examine the responses of patients’ immune systems to challenges. Delayed allergy for up to 436 common substances can be ruled in or ruled out in terms of delayed hypersensitivity by functional LRA by ELISA/ACT or MELISA tests.

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