On the ELEVENTH day of Gluten-Free Christmas
my Health Coach gave to me . . .
. . .the gift of good gluten-free habits
Shop, cook, bake, try new recipes, foods and products. My family now eats foods I didn’t even know existed prior to my gluten-free diagnosis.
Check out the multiple gluten-free or allergy friendly cookbooks. You will be amazed at what they teach you. Try out a new recipe. Change it up and make it your own. Then, put it into your own Family Recipe Book.
Use your resources, both on-line and locally. Find Gluten-Free Festivals near you. They are a lot of fun!
Develop your everyday Gluten-Free Habits:
Remember to sleep, exercise & play.
Enjoy your family and friends – this is what makes you thrive!
Hydrate, juice your veggies, move your body and relax when needed.
Good habits take time to develop.
My kitchen is healthier today than I could have imagined a few years back.
As you continue to learn, it all becomes part of your everyday life.
You will get there!
Remember to have patience and breathe.
Your good habits will all come together.