Some of you have been sick, or at least haven't felt good, for a long time. Doctors haven't been able to help, or they only want to put you on more drugs with side effects that you're ready to be done with. Maybe you have anxiety issues, bowel problems, or you're ill when you eat this or that. My heart goes out to you, because I know all of that can really wear you down and it's no way to live. Others of you have kids who need to heal; maybe they have very inconvenient food allergies, digestive problems that you know kids that age shouldn't have to deal with, or behavior and learning issues that have almost driven you insane.
Food can't fix everything ALL of the time, but it can fix MANY things MUCH of the time, so isn't it worth a shot so you can heal for good?
If you're truly ready to make the commitment and sacrifice to get better, there is a class from a friend of mine that I wanted to tell you about today — it can get you over the tough time of transition and help you figure out what to eat for healing.
- If you or someone you love deals the problems mentioned above, or any health concern, you've probably heard how powerfully the GAPS Diet (or similar diets) can help, but are likely overwhelmed at the thought! Jill from Real Food Forager put together a grain-free class (over 80 cooking videos!) and her grain-free and broth e-books in one bundle. Jill gives five reasons why someone might want to go grain-free, and here's an excerpt: “Grains feed inflammation which, arguably, is the basis of many diseases. Grains have several inflammatory substances such as, phytic acid, as well as gluten and lectins. Glutens can be problematic for many people who may be unaware that they harbor gluten intolerance. Studies suggest that lectins may play a role in promoting inflammatory bowel disease, diabetes mellitus, rheumatoid arthritis, glomerulonephritis, psoriasis, multiple sclerosis, retinitis and cataracts, as well as congenital malformations, infertility, allergies and autoimmune problems.”
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- Read more on the GAPS Diet for healing. (Or get the GAPS book here.)
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