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Geoff Griffith

Member Since 24 May 2013
Offline Last Active Jun 13 2013 09:41 AM
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#874389 My Friend Who Owns A Restaurant Wants My Advice

Posted by Geoff Griffith on 13 June 2013 - 09:27 AM

There are many Gluten free training courses available for foodservice managers and waitstaff. They should all complete appropriate courses. Many are available online. That will make you life a lot easier when it is time to meet.


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#870491 I'm Always Tired.

Posted by Geoff Griffith on 24 May 2013 - 10:04 AM

Ever since I started my gluten-free diet in about May 05 I've been extremely tired all the time.
At night I get about 7-8 hours of sleep, wake up at 6 and go to school for about 7 hours. Then as soon as I get home from school I'm too tired to stay awake and take 4-5 hour nap, then wake up to eat dinner, do homework, take a shower, then I get extremely tired again and go to bed.
I have noticed that when I wake up I don't feel well rested unless I get 14-16 hours of sleep at a time.
I started taking vitaims for some more enegry and eating a bigger, healthier breakfast but it doesn't really seem to help.
I hate this because if I don't take a nap during the day and I go out I feel dead and if I sleep I miss out on the whole day.
Is this a side affect of celiac disease or a gluten-free diet? Does anyone else feel like this?

I used to feel the same way. Spent years just dragging. I changed out my household products to all natural to eliminate toxins and started taking really good vitamin supplements. Especially extra Vitamin D.  I have no issues now. I feel like I gained back 10 years of my life! I got to bed about 11pm and wake up at 5:30 with no alarm!! I am more than willing to talk with anyone who wants to know more about how I turned it around.


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