A couple days ago, I had the pleasure of meeting Rebecca Speert. After months of trying to connect – due to a mutual friend (thank you Jodi) who mentioned this website – we finally met up! Over a cup of tea, we talked for a couple hours about ourselves, our passion for health (which often comes from illness) and what drove the changes that we made to eating more nourishing foods.
One of the questions I often get when talking about food is “How do you eat a gluten free or grain free diet?”. Though, for a couple years my daughter was on a grain free protocol (GAPS), she first went gluten free. That original transition for me was overwhelming, but once you get some pointers and alternatives, it just becomes a way of life, so to speak. Rebecca has been eating gluten free for years. She recently wrote an article “12 Easy Ways to Go Gluten Free” which she has graciously given me permission to linkup on Living Healthy ‘n’ Happy. If you are thinking about giving gluten-free a try, or ‘why’ you might want to give it a try, here are some great tips from Rebecca.
12 Easy Ways To Go Gluten Free
By Rebecca Speert, Health Coach at myhealthroots.com
Going gluten free does not mean you have to go hungry. In fact, when eating gluten free you might enjoy the increased quality of the food you are eating! Gluten is a protein composite found in wheat, barley, and rye. Many people are allergic or sensitive to gluten without knowing it. The protein can offset a host of different symptoms that one might not have guessed would be food related. Headaches, skin rashes, mood swings, and poor attention could all be attributed to a gluten reaction. If you have a chronic illness, gluten could be aggravating the situation. Why not remove it for a week and see how you feel?
You can read her full article here.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Rebecca is passionate about guiding women who are eager to break through their own barriers and cultivate a deep connection to their bodies and their hearts. During personalized sessions, she provides easy to understand nutritional education and healthy self care strategies that transform personal relationships to food forever. She is a strong believer that true and lasting health occurs only when we are present and intentional with our bodies. Rebecca creates a safe and motivational space to explore where each unique woman is at in her own healing journey and tailors each session to meet her individual needs.
Rebecca received her training as a Health Coach from the Institute for Integrative Nutrition’s cutting-edge Health Coach Training Program.
She offers a complimentary Health Exploration Session to those who are ready to transform their body and their life!
Offices are centrally located in both San Clemente and Irvine, CA. And, phone sessions are also available for your optimum convenience.
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