Gluten free living can be stressful. After all, going gluten free means BIG change.
When a gluten free diet is required for medical reasons like Celiac disease (CD), dermatitis herpetiformis or Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity, that change is abrupt and severe.
One moment you’re in a doctor’s office elated to hear years of unexplained symptoms are at last validated, the next … [Read More...]
If you’re brand new to living gluten-free, you might want to stick with foods that are naturally gluten-free: fruits, vegetables, beef, chicken, fish, potatoes, rice, nuts and seeds, beans, eggs, dairy, and more (of course, if you are sensitive or allergic to any of those foods, stay away from those, too!). Soon enough, though, you may find yourself ready to … [Read More...]
If you’re new to gluten-free, then you might need a hug. Losing gluten, something you might never have known you even had in the first place, can be traumatic. Suddenly, gluten seems like the stuff dreams are made of.
But don’t worry. You’re in good company. And the food? Oh, honey, we’ll get you back in the saddle super … [Read More...]
My goal is always to give you tips and tidbits of info you can use immediately.
Except for today. I sincerely hope you never need what I’m about to tell you.
Unfortunately, odds are you will. When you do, remember this email (which I recommend you print, fold, and tuck into your first aid kit).
Believe me; you’ll be … [Read More...]
Everyone’s afraid of something.
Cockroaches scare the beejeezus out of me. If only you could see my special “dance” when I cross paths with a creepy cucaracha.
My best friend has a spider phobia that is literally paralyzing. (I scoff at spiders.)
I knew a guy in high school who was afraid of hot air balloons. Mind … [Read More...]