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Whenever I get frustrated with my food choices, and the lifestyle I now lead, I remind myself how fortunate I am that 1) it’s not life-threatening, and 2) it’s forcing me to be more healthy, which I should have been doing anyway.

-Donovan Moore-

After a year off of gluten, my hands aren’t numb anymore and I can play the piano and flute like I used to. I was a music major in college so numb hands was a huge bummer. I also found out that I cant tolerate dairy and soy. I can tolerate dairy if it’s cooked, but no soy, under any circumstances, will ever cross these lips again! Wow! What a difference!

J. Binder

I have CD. Ironically, I say it was my best diagnosis. Since being GF , I feel so much better and so far lost over 50 lbs. It’s a major task at restaurants, and even in my own household or family gatherings. I educate as I can. I have a demyelination Syndrome similar to MS. Before the diagnosis, I was living w brain fog, other cognitive issues, muscle pain, severe fatigue, on and on. Food would just run through me with intense stomach pain. Not fun. I’m also glad there is such an awareness. It all helps getting the industry to understand. I particular appreciate it when restaurants truly understand the logistics to serve true gluten free meals. Take care, all!

-Leslie W-

I used to have brain tingles as well … I described them to my doctor as my “zoom, zooms” .. just this quick “zoom” (tingle), and then gone. Fortunately since being Gfree, no more zooms!

-Paula@celiaccorner

 

 

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Hi, I’m Kirsten

Kirsten is a Registered Dietician in training and a Gluten Free Nutrition Consultant. She has a Bachelors from Illinois State and is working on her Masters in Nutrition at Metropolitan State University in Denver, CO. After graduation she will continue her clinical training and Registered Dietician certification.

Her goal is to provide a path for healthy living to individuals who are seeking a tailored made lifestyle specific to them another needs. Kirsten believes that everyone is different and no one diet can work for everyone, which is why fad diets rarely work for the long haul.

Kirsten also works to make the lives easier and healthier for those with Celiac disease through education and specific tools that have helped her navigate celiac and the gluten free lifestyle maze.

Living the gluten free lifestyle is not an easy one and can be very overwhelming: from testing to grocery shopping, to eating out and deglutening your own household, I am here to walk you through the process from beginning to end. With tips, tricks, humor, healthy recipes and sometimes just an understanding ear, I will guide you seamlessly through.

I was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2010, so I understand completely the trials and tribulations of living the gluten free lifestyle. Please contact me for more information @ glutenfreegal1@gmail.com

 

 

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