Kirsten is a Registered Dietician in training, pursuing certification towards becoming a Registered Dietitian, and a Gluten Free Nutrition Consultant. She has a Bachelors of Science from Illinois State and and a Bachelors of Science from Metropolitan State University of Denver in Human Nutrition and Dietetics.
I was diagnosed w/ Celiac disease in 2010, my goal is to provide a path for healthy living to individuals who are seeking a tailored made lifestyle specific to them and their needs.
I believe that everyone is different, there’s not one diet that can work for everyone. The word Diet, is a short-term concept, let’s change diet into ‘lifestyle change’ instead and think long-term. Make healthier decisions not just today but for the years ahead of us as well. A lifestyle change is a journey not a sprint.
Living the gluten free lifestyle is not an easy one and can be very overwhelming: from grocery shopping and social events, to deglutening your own household. I will help you navigate the gluten-free maze with tips, tricks, humor, healthy recipes and more.
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With all due respect, I am recovering from alcohol abuse, and some of these recommendations would kill me. First, outside the occasional latte I avoid fructose laden anything for a reason, and this includes fruit and honey and agave. My liver is damaged to the point where in sufficient quantities it can make me drunk, and not in the fun way, it makes me sick. Secondly a low fat diet would interfere with my healing process, and I eat lots of meat and dairy and saturated fat, as the high fat diet also helps repair my brain damage angle improve my cognitive functioning, my brain function is directly tied to what my liver can and can not metabolize at a certain threshold. Please do more research next time beyond the conventional advice given before you post things about healing the liver, it has little to do with actual recovery processes.
I can’t imagine what you are going through, but these tips are about maintaining the health of your liver, not recovering from an already severely damaged one, as I note in the post. Thank you for your response as it may help someone else who also might be your similar situation.