Having Celiac, or another autoimmune disease puts you at risk for malabsorption.
Following a Gluten-Free diet will allow your gut to heal and begin to absorb the nutrients you need to improve your red blood cell production and get your energy back.
Having one autoimmune disease (AID) puts you at a 25% chance of developing another autoimmune disease. It is vital to be proactive with your health. Avoid and remove inflammatory foods and chemicals as well as practice a lifestyle of healthy daily habits to prevent developing additional autoimmune disorders.
You are at risk of:
- hair loss (Alopecia)
- bone loss (Osteoporosis)
- fatigue (Fibromyalgia )
- muscle pain and weakness (Multiple Sclerosis)
- achy joints (Rheumatoid Arthritis)
- poor thyroid function (Hashimoto’s)
- paralysis (Guillain-Barre)
- skin tears of the genitalia (Lichen Sclerosis)
- and numerous other autoimmune diseases
Following a strict Gluten-Free diet will improve your health conditions.
Do you have headaches or migraines that cause you to miss work or family activities? Stop missing out and get back in the game by adopting a Gluten-Free Lifestyle.
Do your reddish rashes and painful skin keep you from living an active social life? Are you tired of dealing with Eczema, Psoriasis, or Dermatitis Herpetiformia (DH)? Eating a Gluten-Free Diet could give you the clear skin you wish you had.
Have you unintentionally lost weight, are you fighting daily fatigue / GI pain / bloating / diarrhea, or do you just know you aren’t healthy? A Gluten-Free diet really does help all of these conditions.
If you have Celiac, eating Gluten-Free is not a choice. Starting a Gluten-Free diet could save your life!
I have been in your shoes, and I have lived with the ill effects of eating gluten. Yes, eating 100% Gluten-Free does take intentional effort, but you can do it. I can show you how, and it will help you flourish again. With my help, you can make the necessary changes to regain your health.
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