Here’s How to Stop Making This Common Gluten-free Mistake

No doubt either you or someone you know has cut out gluten…

Yeah, me too.

I cut out gluten many years ago to see if it would help me feel better.

In fact, I found that this way of eating to be so beneficial, I co-authored a book about gluten-free eating.

The book, “the 14-day Gluten-free Guide” is a good way to see if cutting out wheat and other gluten-based foods will help you feel better.

We also encourage you to avoid a very common gluten-free mistake.

 

The biggest Gluten-free Mistake:

The biggest mistake is spending money on store-bought, packaged gluten-free products.

Don’t fall victim to this.

Most of the 14-day guide is about dumping junky, commercially processed food and instead, eating easy-to-make, homemade food your great grandmother would recognize!

Yep.

Real simple…

In other words, use that kitchen!

In the book you’ll find lots of cool cooking tips and super easy, delicious comfort food recipes you can make quickly.

Bottom line is: do not stock up on highly processed, bad-for-you foods like gluten-free cookies, crackers, chips, pizza, bread, cake, and so on.

 

How to go gluten-free the right way

In a nutshell: Prepare most meals at home that are primarily plant-based with lots of veggies, and in season ripe fruit.

Include some wild-caught fish and a small amount of meat. Have properly prepared beans, rice, regular or sweet potatoes, and some homemade sweet treats that are quick and easy to make at home.

One dessert we love around here is to whip up some organic heavy cream, at some real organic sugar, and spoon this over some berries of your choice.

Sprinkle on some yummy things of your choice such as dried shredded coconut, shredded almonds, pumpkin seeds, pomegranates seeds, even some super dark mini chocolate chips if you enjoy chocolate with fruit.

This kind of dessert is so satisfying.

So, go gluten-free the right way and see how you feel.

If you want some guidance, the book is only $2.99 on Amazon as a Kindle download.

Click here and see how to go gluten-free the right way.

BTW, you do not need a Kindle device to read a Kindle book.

 

Bye for now,

Kathy

 

P.S. – Next time I’ll show you another huge gluten-free mistake that I’ve have been making and in fact, I’m in the process of correcting it right now. Stay tuned so I can tell you more.

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