Signs That Your Gluten-Free Life
Is NOT What It COULD Be
There are definite signs that can tell you where to shift your worry, your thoughts and your actions.
You’re living gluten-free because you thought this was going to be the thing that brought your health back.
Yet . . . . you still feel pretty terrible, both in body and spirit.
What are you stressing about right now?
“There’s nothing left to eat!”
“Where do I find the foods I need now?”
“How will I afford this gluten-free food?”
What do you think is still causing you issues?
“I’m probably not following the gluten-free diet completely.”
“I don’t understand how to make this work in my busy life.”
Are you possibly sabotaging yourself?
Often this is what we do – feel sorry for ourselves because we’re now deprived of foods we loved. This does not help, yet it seems to be a passage in changing over our lifestyle to smooth gluten-free living.
Step back and take a look at how you are handling your gluten-free life. Think about areas where you need to readjust, refocus or put some action steps in place to move forward in the right direction.
Your gluten-free life shouldn’t be stressful and overwhelming all the time!
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Disclaimer: The views shared here are in no means meant to replace that of your doctor. I am a Certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, here to encourage, support and inform you on living gluten-free. I am not a doctor and do not diagnose, treat, prevent or cure. Always seek the advice of your own Medical Provider regarding any questions or concerns you have about your specific health, or any medications. The information shared is for educational purposes only and is not allowed to be reproduced, replicated or sold.