I haven’t been as active on this blog as I would like to have been in recent weeks.
Here are some reasons/excuses why:
I’ve been working way too much.
I’ve been way too tired.
I’ve been staying healthy and enjoyed being able to work hard.
Now for reasons why I am writing today:
The gluten-free community has saved my life, and all I want to do is give back!
My Hashimoto’s friends have helped me realize I’m not alone in this struggle to find what works for me.
I am amazed when I learn someone is diagnosed celiac and still uses their same old makeup, deodorant, shampoo, lotions, and still eats GLUTEN! Do these people not realize what they are doing to themselves? You may as well just inject yourself with the worst from of cancer and never seek attention, because that is what will eventually happen to you, if you don’t make the change to a clean, GF life.
I am happily not being poisoned anymore… Yup, even my dogs eat GF now! 🙂 It I truly amazing to me that getting rid of my known allergens/intolerances and staying away from them over a two week period has enabled me (without exercising) to fit back in my pants I wore in college! Plus, I feel better, my face looks better, and I really do have energy from the foods I’m eating.
My mom and I used to watch that show, “What Not to Wear,” and every time there was someone dressed really frumpy, she would point to me and say, “Pay attention to this episode.”
Now it is my turn to help you! Take my advice people: find what not to eat/wear/bathe in, and getting the safe foods and products will be so much easier! For me it is: gluten, corn, sesame, legumes, oranges, grapefruit, banana, meat, cantaloupe, and so much more!