Posted by Annie Morris, LMT on Mar 1st 2017
"How can you stand it?"
That's what they say when the bread is delivered to the restaurant table.
I don't have the slightest bit of sadness at abstaining from the loaf or the butter that comes alongside it.
It does remind me of all I've lost by giving up foods that irritate my body.
Here's a short list:
Yes, I think that is a pretty good list.These things affected my life everyday, not to mention my pocketbook. (Root canals are very expensive!)
You know how a good bed salesman gets you to spend your money by telling you that you spend one third of your life in bed?
I wish I could sell a good lifestyle that way, since it affects 100% of your time here on Earth.
Self-love, self- respect and self-value is a gift we can only give ourselves.
So when the bread comes, I inhale deeply and give thanks that at least I can smell it without consequence, and I remember (and celebrate) all I've lost.
More and more “gluten free” is showing up in our food markets, advertising and in daily conversation. This could easily be written off as another food fad much like low fat, low carb, and numerous other recycled food crazes. We may have someone we know that is trying to convince us that “gluten free” is [...]
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