It's good to hear you are doing well. I used to post more 4 years ago when I went gluten free and I always loved your spunk and spirit. The gluten-free lifestyle does get easier. I have had to go deeper with my healing as I was diagnosed with another auto-immune disease this past March (Sjogren's) but I love that I've been able to manage both diseases with diet (for the most part…Sjogren's is proving to be a bit stickier). Learning to love real and nutrient dense food took time, but it is so worth it. Our bodies are amazing and can heal themselves with proper TLC. I think it's a "great" time to be gluten free. There is so much more awareness that even 4 years ago when my family went gluten free. Feeling better is worth every step of this arduous journey.
srallMember Since 13 Aug 2010
Offline Last Active Sep 28 2014 03:48 PM
March 2010: As part of a detox diet I eliminated gluten and dairy. Within 2 weeks I was feeling amazing. Never realized that I'd been sick for years...just thought I was a tired, stressed out mom.
Giving up wheat was too hard...reintroduced, got very sick. Tried a couple more times, and a couple of times accidentally and kept getting sick again.
Now just wondering when my system will be able to tolerate wine and coffee again. I'm okay with losing bread and cheese.
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