In this episode, Clayton @CollegeAndCeliac, is going to share some tips that he has learned in his college journey so far. He talks about how to eat safely in the dorms, how to still participate in sports & exercise while having celiac disease, and the importance of choosing the right doctor who listens and is open minded on making sure you get the best treatment possible!!!
In this podcast, I go over specific steps that you can take to empower your child and anyone else that works with your child so they can be healthy and safe. I share key details, such as: how to teach your child how to eat in case of an emergency, the importance of educating your children’s teachers, and 10 other steps that are critical to success.
I decided to have an entire podcast episode on this very topic so that I may help you feel a little more confident and squash this little lie that you can not eat anything! Cause that my friend is what that is… it is a lie… listen to the entire episode as I help you find your ‘gluten-free groove’ and eating foods you love and still being safe!
Well, we literally made our Hawaii dreams come true this last month as we took our entire family… yes all 6 of us to Oahu Hawaii! We had a blast and the best part was… no-one got glutened!!! That calls for celebration and we call that a big vacation success! My messages have been blowing up requesting me to write this blog post to share all the places we stayed at, ate, and played at… so here you go!!!
It took me 16 years to get diagnosed and it was through my daughter’s diagnosis that I even found out that Celiac disease was the culprit. Tune in to hear all the ins and outs about getting a clear diagnosis and what that involves! Listen to the entire episode on iTunes Spotify or listen above …
I take you on a journey to help you, help yourself while finding your groove and rocking your gluten free world. Listen to the entire episode on iTunes Spotify or listen above Michigan State University Extension’s Stress Less with Mindfulness program, claims ‘that a person has 80,000 thoughts a day. 90 percent of these thoughts …