Wednesday, October 10, 2007

getting on the gluten free bus













It was very difficult being a gluten free girl in the big city. However, because my lil sis is already a professional at eating this way, she has given me her wise advice. I have been spending all of my spare time at glutenfree.com


If you want to lose weight, switch over to this diet. It is similar to the protein diet, but a little more healthy. Right now I am not allowed to eat raw veggies, that makes it very difficult, but soon enough, I will be able to add them too. My intestines are in bad shape, every little thing I digest has become a major issue. Another bit of advice...chew your food more than your usual chewing time. This makes a huge difference for your body. It even increases nutrient absorption...who knew?

So, I'm not feeling strong yet and the need to rest is still a priority. Denise is arriving today at mom and daddy's and I get to see her tomorrow and Friday. I can't wait to hold her in my arms and give her a big smooch.

I'll take plenty of pictures :)

12 Comments:

Blogger Cape Cod Kitty said...

Best of luck to you on the Gluten Free trail. It is a healthy way of living...have you found www.glutenfreegirl.blogspot.com
I have been reading her story for several years and she has just written a book on her path and success overcoming celiac disease. She is a great writer, too.
HAven't commented in a long time but think of you often and wish you well.
Cape Cod Kitty

12:40 PM  
Blogger dreamergirl said...

I´m so happy to read a post by you! Hope the diet helps!

Have a wonderful time with your family, I´m gonna spend the weekend at my parent´s place too :)

With love and a bunch of smooches!
xox

1:00 PM  
Blogger LEstes65 said...

Wow! Blessings on the diet. It's so hard to follow any kind of healthy change in this country. I had to go anti-candida for 2 yrs to get healthy. It was hellish for a while. Thank goodness for good supportive friends that would always provide edible options for me at their parties and dinners.

I'm glad you have a plan of attack.

2:13 PM  
Blogger Wanda said...

Yeah, you have a plan of attack!!! I'm so proud of you. It feels so good to go to your post, and find a new one!!! Love that you are feeling that good...And better to come!
I'm going to check into this...sounds very interesing and healthy.
Love the bus....great shot. See you went I get back from LA.

4:34 PM  
Blogger maggiegracecreates said...

I second the motion of getting to know Shauna over at gluten free girl. She is a huge -resource for changing you diet. I have a friend at church suffering from lupus and has chosen a gluten free lifestyle. While she claims no medical miracle she does report feeling much better and having more energy.

I continue praying for you and yours through this time and the challenges you are all facing.

7:16 AM  
Blogger bella said...

My brother-in-law learned he had seliac (sp?) disease and they have gotten completely gluten free.
Though at times difficult it does seem to waken a creativity with food which is to open to creativity in life.
Good luck!

1:05 PM  
Blogger Michelle O'Neil said...

I recommend Elaine Gotschall's book Breaking the Vicious Cycle, and also www.pecanbread.com.

8:33 PM  
Blogger maggiegracecreates said...

Please go take a look at the gluten free food tour being organized over at glutenfreegirl.blogspot.com

some of the best food blogs are giving a gluten free tour around the world.

enjoy. to your health.

1:54 PM  
Blogger Shaz said...

Im going to try this after treatment and when I finish the master cleanse hopefully youll have some tips. xxx
Thinking of you sweetness

5:36 PM  
Blogger Colorsonmymind said...

Oh Dar-I bet this is a big adjustment, but will be fabulous for you. I am really close to taking the gluten free plunge myself.

Lots of hugs and snuggles.

3:58 PM  
Blogger Ladyv said...

i'm so glad i read this post! i've been a committed gluten-free-girl for a few years now and a half-assed gluten-free-er for a decade before that.

i'm pumped to check out the link recommended in your post and the one very recommended in the comments!

i wish you all the best in healing your gut!

11:37 PM  
Blogger Michelle O'Neil said...

www.pecanbread.com!

3:15 AM  

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