Our decision to try gluten-free eating was not been a quick idea. I have actually struggled with this thought for about seven years. You see, our family is full of reasons to try the gluten-free lifestyle. I have an autoimmune disorder called Hashimoto’s Disease and struggle to keep my thyroid from swinging in these strange cycles between hyperthyroid and hypothyroid. My husband is medicated for Attention Deficit Disorder. Our oldest daughter is diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder. Our two sons have Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder. The baby is not old enough to tell us what her issue is.
Meeting Udi’s Gluten Free
Recently, I met a representative for Udi’s Gluten Free and an idea popped into my head. Since we are willing to try anything during the Healthy Family Project, I thought I would ask her about possibly working together with Udi’s Gluten Free to try the gluten-free lifestyle. Imagine my surprise when she thought it was a fabulous idea.
Now, let me stop here and say that the FDA has not validated the gluten-free lifestyle as a method of treatment for any of the aforementioned disorders and neither does Udi’s Gluten-Free make such claims. This is just something our family has heard works for some and we are willing to try.
If you want to try this with us, you will certainly appreciate the gluten-free dinner planner. Actually, even if you are NOT gluten-free and have no desire to be, you will still enjoy these dinner ideas because they are delicious!
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