I know today is the last day of April, but I wanted to talk about Celiac disease. April happens to be Celiac awareness month. My mother has Celiac and I happen to have many friends that do as well. A few days ago I learned that I shouldn’t be eating gluten either. I was watching a lecture about RSD/CRPS by a specialist. He had a list of foods that people with RSD/CRPS should not eat. I was shocked because so many of them are foods I love and it all made sense because so many of them make me ill. Check out the list of foods I am supposed to avoid…
Aspartame is something that I already avoid. When I was younger I started having some “episodes”. These episodes consisted of staring and losing time and occasionally falling. I had horrible migraines as well. I really think this was linked to aspartame. I had a blanket diagnoses of possible Petit Mal Seizures.
The specialist said in his lecture that out of this whole list, Gluten was the one to be the most concerned about. This list makes total sense. When I eat a raw foods diet I feel so much better. I still have pain, but I feel better. Even a little better is a shining star in my book!
Check out this list of diseases associated with Gluten…
So it’s time for me to make a major change in my diet. I am going to get back to atleast 80% raw. Market Street has a great selection of Gluten Free foods. I checked it out already and there is a lot to choose from, so I don’t think I will be missing out on too much. The Market Street website has a great list of available Gluten Free foods. I can also schedule a tour with one of their dietitians!
It’s important that we are proactive in our health. Keep a food diary and take note of patterns with how you feel after eating certain foods. Be sure to discuss your findings with your doctor.
This post is a sponsored post, however I am a HUGE fan of Market Street, like I go there just to eat lunch, drink coffee and loiter in the store. All opinions are my own and I have not been brainwashed in anyway shape or form.
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