Did you know that gluten hides out . . . everywhere!
While digesting just a crumb can truly make you sick, it’s of utmost importance to understand where gluten is hiding.
I don’t know about you, but I am done being sick due to gluten!
Gluten can be hiding in so many foods, we need to learn this important information. Learning how to read labels and choosing safe foods help things fall into place. You’ll become more comfortable about what to eat.
Besides in our food,
have you ever wondered where else
may be hiding?
Not to add stress, but gluten is also found in drinks, supplements, make-up and personal products. These are all important areas to address, all in steps that work for you.
Think about this . . .
Do you have gluten hiding in your home?
Think about where you live . . . in a house, an apartment, or a condo?
Whether you rent or own, more than likely someone else may have lived there before you. Or, you’ve started your gluten-free life after you’ve already been in your home awhile.
Guess what that means . . .
most likely gluten is hiding in your home, and more precisely, in your kitchen.
Our family has moved a lot over the years. Each time, I’ve cleaned out our new home from top to bottom, not wanting someone else’s dirt in my home, especially my own kitchen.
Moving gives you a new start – why not make it a clean one.
Living gluten-free requires cleaning out the same way you’re moving into a new house.
Everything must be cleaned or replenished so you don’t continue to poison yourself with someone else’s, or your previous gluten crumbs.
Set up your gluten-free kitchen
the proper way
Without the right steps, you could be continuing to “gluten yourself” right in your own home.
This is a step that too many people leave out, ultimately landing themselves with too many ruined days and doctor visits.
Aren’t you done with being sick
and missing out on life?
There are multiple steps to follow with
cleaning out . . . donating . . .
restoring . . . and replacing.
Whether your home is 100% gluten-free or you share a house with others eating gluten, this is not a step you want to leave out!
You simply cannot continue to gluten
yourself in your own kitchen.
Take a look around your own kitchen and see where you may have gluten hiding:
**pots and pans
**serving spoons and utensils
**toasters or coffee pots
(just to name a few!)
Get into your own kitchen and
think about what you can
clean out . . . donate . . . restore . . . or replace.
Want to do this together?
Check out our Confident Gluten-Free
This course details the exact steps needed to set up your gluten-free kitchen for safety, support and success. Stop getting sick, “glutened” from your own home, kick cross-contamination to the curb and learn how to gain the support of your family!
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