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21 Months into the Gluten-free Diet

Life is interesting, that is for sure.  Things have gotten really wonderful.  The brain fog is gone, and I see life in a different light.  The last two years have been hard, but I realized how fortunate I've been.  God has given me many gifts and opportunities.  I have never been so grateful for the
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wonderful things, and also the difficult times that I've endured.  I really see the path that I must take and all of the people that I will be blessed to know.  I would like to help all I can with the ailments associated with celiac disease and gluten intolerance.  People need to know how much their lives can be enhanced. 

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Rusty

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13 Aug 2009 11:43:42 PM PDT
Brain fog...you have no idea how accurate that is. While I always attributed mine to epilepsy and concussions from playing hockey, I am realizing that it's actually the diet....wheat and gluten being the issue. It's knocked me on my back for 11 years and we just figured it out! I, too, have never felt better. I feel like I just received a second chance at life. Totally rocks! Experimenting with food; however, is taking a bit more time......Good luck on your adventure!




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