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Eating Gluten-Free The Right Way

gluten intoleranceOne of the biggest problems that I’ve observed in my 15+ years as a medically diagnosed celiac disease victim has been almost no one who has a medical need to eat and live gluten-free actually knows how to do that.

Well, I’m doing my best to put a stop to that situation. I’m going to explain how you can get started eating and living gluten-free the right way… the way I personally DID NOT DO IT in the year 2000 when I was first diagnosed with celiac disease (which makes me gluten intolerant) after what I believe was a lifelong battle with the gluten-intolerant condition.

And, because I made many mistakes as I began living gluten-free, I paid a significant price in my relationships as well as becoming sick at unexpected times due to gluten-contamination plus other things that I talk about in this series of articles.

I was 53 years old at the time.

This series initially has a total of 7 posts in it but it will be expanded so that by the time it’s completed you will know everything that my husband, Al, and I know about living gluten-free. If you are a beginner in the eating and living gluten-free areas or if you’re not so new and are trying to eat and live gluten-free but are having difficulty with the whole “thing,” then this series can help you.

Why?

Because, I’m going to explain how to get started eating and living gluten-free the right way.

I’m going to do that by discussing the 7 major things that I see as significant problems that most people run into as they attempt to convert from the pervasive gluten world that exists in our society to a world where they can no longer permit any gluten to pass their lips.

The various articles are listed in the “Getting Started Right” section of the menu at the top of each paged.

The initial articles, in the order I think you should read them, are as follows:

Why I Love Eating Gluten-Free
How to Eat Gluten-Free and NOT Destroy Your Social Life – Part 1
How to Eat Gluten-Free and NOT Destroy Your Social Life – Part 2
• Preparing Your Kitchen & Pantry for Your New Life
• Shopping for Gluten-Free Foods:

o How to Identify Gluten-Free Food
o Save a Lot of Money Shopping Gluten-Free
o Steps-by-Step Gluten-Free Shopping Tips

The links will be filled in or appear in the menu as I complete the articles.

Here’s the link to the first article “Why I Love Eating Gluten-Free.”
One of the biggest problems that I’ve observed in my 15+ years as a medically diagnosed celiac disease victim has been almost no one who has a medical need to eat and live gluten-free actually knows how to do that.

Well, I’m doing my best to put a stop to that situation. I’m going to explain how you can get started eating and living gluten-free the right way… the way I personally DID NOT DO IT in the year 2000 when I was first diagnosed with celiac disease (which makes me gluten intolerant) after what I believe was a lifelong battle with the gluten-intolerant condition.

And, because I made many mistakes as I began living gluten-free, I paid a significant price in my relationship and becoming sick at unexpected times due to gluten-contamination plus other things that I talk about in this series of articles.

I was 53 years old at the time.

This series initially has a total of five posts in it but it will be expanded so that by the time it’s completed you will know everything that my husband, Al, and I know about living gluten-free. If you are a beginner in the eating and living gluten-free areas or if you’re not so new and are trying to eat and live gluten-free but are having difficulty with the whole “thing,” then this series can help you.

Why?

Because, I’m going to explain how to get started eating and living gluten-free the right way.

I’m going to do that by discussing the 7 major things that I see as significant problems that most people run into as they attempt to convert from the pervasive gluten world that exists in our society to a world where they can no longer permit any gluten to pass their lips.

The various articles are listed in the “Getting Started Right” section of the menu at the top of each paged.

The initial articles, in the order I think you should read them, are as follows:

Why I Love Eating Gluten-Free
How to Eat Gluten-Free and NOT Destroy Your Social Life – Part 1
How to Eat Gluten-Free and NOT Destroy Your Social Life – Part 2
• Preparing Your Kitchen & Pantry for Your New Life
• Shopping for Gluten-Free Foods
o How to Identify Gluten-Free Food
o Save a Lot of Money Shopping Gluten-Free
o Steps-by-Step Gluten-Free Shopping Trips

The links will be filled in or appear in the menu as I complete the articles.

Here’s the link to the first article “Why I Love Eating Gluten-Free.”