I’ve been working on the internet part time since 2006, and I have been full time since late in 2011. The learning curve has been amazing!
I have taken to working at home with all of my energy and creativity. However, sometimes I get so focused that I forget to eat–or even to quit at a reasonable hour.
At first I often I ate on the run, I worked late, then I slept later in the mornings, and I really messed up my eating and sleeping schedules.
This business can be frustrating at times–but the charge you get when you “get it,” (pun intended) is so much fun you find yourself coming back for more over and over again!
I love what I am doing, and I thought I was adjusting to an erratic routine when I started to sense that I was sluggish and didn’t feel that good a lot of the time. I wanted to learn my business so badly, I pushed through it and kept going.
Then, recently I discovered that I am allergic to wheat, which was partially what led me to begin eating gluten free. A friend stopped eating gluten to lose weight, and she had more energy. It sounded like a win-win to me, so I decided to try it too!
I did lose weight, but the better part was that by eliminating gluten from my diet, I was more alert, I could focus better and for longer periods of time–so I didn’t have to work as many hours. I slept better, and I found I was not that interested in junk food any more. My skin started to clear up for the first time in my life, my stomach did not hurt anymore and the pain in my joints began to go away.
Within a short time after realizing how much better I felt, I began to investigate gluten. I was alarmed at what I learned …
Eating gluten free led to eating living food that had been produced organically. The differences in my health and well-being changed my entire lifestyle.
This is the short version of my story. It is also why I started The Gluten Alarm. I wanted to reach out to others who may be missing all the good changes that can and will take place in their bodies when they take this step to at least try eliminating gluten along with chemicals from their dietary routine.
Please sign up to receive my free report on the benefits of eating gluten-free because if you are gluten-intolerant, gluten-sensitive, or worse, have celiac disease–you will definitely see yourself in this information.
Then come back to www.TheGlutenAlarm.com and learn with us. Who knows–you could end up saving someone else’s life, or at the least help to improve the quality of their life, as they see all of the positive changes in your life!
I’ll look forward to seeing you over on the blog, where I’ll be sharing Trusted Information on Timely Topics relative to living a Gluten Free Lifestyle!
Eat Well~ Feel Well~ Live Well,