31 minutes | Apr 6, 2018

How to Easily Go Gluten-Free or Paleo EP066

‘It’s too hard.’ ‘It’s too expensive.’ ‘It’s time-consuming.’ ‘My family won’t support me.’ There are lots of excuses why you can’t go gluten-free or Paleo, but the Gluten Free RN argues that if it’s hard, you’re doing it wrong. And today, she’s prepared to explain how to easily go gluten-free or Paleo and either maintain or regain your health. Nadine begins with a discussion of the connection between food and pain or discomfort. She explains how the processed, non-food that most people consume causes damage that prevents us from absorbing the nutrients our bodies need. She offers insight around where to go for gluten-free, organic food and how to jump-start a gluten-free or Paleo diet. The Gluten Free RN provides tips on taking control of your food choices, trying new foods, and gluten-free cooking—minus the cheap fillers. She also outlines a shopping list for nutrient-dense foods that will heal your leaky gut and feed your neurologic system. Listen in and learn the easy way to go gluten-free or Paleo and optimize your health! What’s Discussed:  The value in recognizing how you feel Shouldn’t have pain, discomfort daily Underlying cause traced back to food Nadine’s response to excuses for not going gluten-free No more expensive, must buy food anyway Food is medicine, good choices can improve health How to avoid non-food with empty calories Stay away from soda, sugary coffees Pass up highly processed and fast non-food The difference between organic and conventional food Conventional food—herbicides, pesticides, genetically modified Roundup causes leaky gut, even in absence of celiac disease Nadine’s suggestions around where to go for gluten-free food Grocery stores that cater to gluten-free population Local food co-ops, farmers Nadine’s advice for going gluten-free or Paleo Try new foods in the produce section Learn to pack simple breakfast, lunch and dinner Consider putting in garden Get re-educated, take control of food choices Replace cutting boards, toasters, etc. How to get started on a gluten-free or Paleo diet Whole30 Program (eliminate grains, sugar and dairy) Nadine’s shopping list for a gluten-free diet Fruits and vegetables Nuts and seeds Meat, fish and eggs Resources: Whole Foods Natural Grocers Whole30 Midway Farms Whole30 Cookbooks Paleo Magazine Connect with Nadine: Instagram Facebook Contact via Email ‘Your Skin on Gluten’ on YouTube Melodies of the Danube Gluten-Free Cruise with Nadine Books by Nadine: Dough Nation: A Nurse's Memoir of Celiac Disease from Missed Diagnosis to Food and Heal
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