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  1. Celiac.com 11/01/2019 - To have any true motivation to change, we need to find our current state unacceptable. But here’s where many go off the rails…they over-commit. “I’m going to hit the gym 7 days a week, follow a restrictive diet protocol, and be in bed by 8 PM” After a day or two, the person is defeated and goes straight back to their previous ways. Had they taken one tiny step they could feel good about, the momentum would have carried them towards the dramatic turnaround they longed for. When you commit to a gluten free diet, you are committing to yourself. And that’s not something you can do last minute. There are meals to plan. Situations to consider. Questions to ask yourself. What happens when I’m having a hard time adjusting to a new way of eating? What happens when intense cravings seem to rule my life? What happens when I get bored of the same meals over and over? This is where many people abandon their health goals. Or they find themselves begging for something (anything) to lessen the struggle. So why not lessen the struggle, so you don’t feel like giving up during it? Thousands are turning to bone broth to solve these problems. And Kettle & Fire is our bone broth of choice to getting the nutrients your body needs to thrive. Kettle & Fire is not only gluten-free and celiac friendly, but is: Slow-simmered with high quality bones (yielding essential collagen protein and nutrients your body needs to thrive). Ready-to-heat and eat (when you’re in a bind or need to steer away from temptation). Blended into tasty flavor combinations with the addition of organic veggies, spices, and more, to help you avoid “Flavor Fatigue”. The folks at Kettle & Fire understand my readers. They know the agony of wanting to sneak a bite of something, potentially sabotaging the entire month. But they also know the joy of making it to the last day, feeling better than they have ever felt. Which is they they’re offering such a huge discount, only to the Celiac.com community. So, as you’re contemplating how to tackle your wellness goals, ask yourself: What will my success taste like? (The answer: INCREDIBLE.) Here’s to crossing the finish line, but never stopping the journey! For more info visit our site.
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