Even done occasionally, consuming dairy is highly inflammatory. Here’s what you need to know about going dairy-free in my part two of three series on going gluten, dairy, and sugar free.
Read the first series of three on a beginner’s guide to making dietary changes starting with going gluten-free.
See how to survive out there even when other people are making your food and how to make your outings a more positive experience.
Learn more about what to avoid if you’ve cut wheat/gluten from your diet but you’re still not feeling right. You may have celiac disease.
Did you know that foods like wheat, gluten, dairy and sugar can cause inflammation? Inflammation causes premature aging, along with a whole host of other not so fun issues, especially if you have celiac disease. Even if you don’t have celiac and you are merely intolerant, these inflammatory foods are a one-way ticket to feeling crappy whether you realize it or not.
Snacking is healthy when you make it a healthy snack. Here are some of my favorites! Macambo Bean Have you ever heard of a Macambo Bean? Me either! Until a lovely client brought me this bottle of beans to try, and I have to tell you it hit the mark! On the label, it says […]