You were hoping for a magic pill, but the reality is that you have to
change your whole life to "Gluten Free"?
When I was first diagnosed as Gluten Intolerant, even though I’m a pretty smart chick, I suddenly felt like an idiot. I’d been poisoning myself without even knowing it.
I don’t know about you, but I hate feeling like an idiot.
I wanted to become a virtuoso of delicious gluten-free food- as fast as possible.
And that’s hard to do without help.
But I also hate asking for help. So I tried to learn it all myself (sound familiar?). I thought I would save money. I read tons of books and everything I could get my hands on, and generally made myself more confused, overwhelmed, and felt even more like a beginner.
It was too much. It took years.
Meanwhile, I felt sick. I felt lost. I felt alone.
I cheated a lot in the beginning, and made a lot of rookie mistakes. I just didn’t know the tricks.
I was overwhelmed.
The truth is, going gluten-free is like a new chapter in your life - more like the beginning of a whole new book. It can be a chance to re-invent yourself - better than ever.
If you try to do it alone, and get overwhelmed by all the info, you just end up with an upset, frustrated, sick-feeling version of the old you who can’t eat gluten.
The key to lasting success is getting help. I can give you the specific help I wish I’d had. It would have saved me tens of thousands of dollars, years of missed social life, and huge amounts of depression, disappointment, and illness.
This is your lucky day!!!!
Now that I’ve been through it, I know the order of things. I can walk you through the steps - in order - that it takes to get to Living the Good Life, Gluten Free, and really, a whole new you.