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10 Tips for Healing as a Crazy (me, not you) Gluten Free Injured Athlete

10 Tips for Healing as a Crazy (me, not you) Gluten Free Injured Athlete

If you are on the GFF Facebook or Twitter, you may have heard me complaining. Last week I twisted my ankle and fell, giving myself a grade two ankle sprain.  I heard and felt the dreaded “pop” as I fell.  Luckily, I landed softly in the hedge.  Jeff was home to help me up, so […]

Intuitive Eating-you Eat Therefore you Think? Getting your Mind into your Food

Intuitive Eating-you Eat Therefore you Think? Getting your Mind into your Food

What does our brain have to do with eating, anyway? Well, as it turns out, quite a bit. If you have struggled at all with eating or weight issues, you’ve no doubt heard that people eat “mindlessly” or that eating is often used to deal with emotional issues that may have nothing to do with […]

Support Peter Bronski and the NFCA

Support Peter Bronski and the NFCA

Peter Bronski is undertaking a mission that many of us can only imagine. Pete is the author of No Gluten, No Problem, as well as Artisanal Gluten-Free Cooking with his wife Kelli.  I  profiled Pete as a gluten free athlete last year. He is training for the Virgil Crest Ultra Race-which is a 50 mile […]

Why I Don't Wear Shorts

Why I Don’t Wear Shorts

Sometimes we teach best what we need to learn. A good friend of mine told me this, years ago, as he could always tell what was going on in my personal life by the way I taught my Spinning® class.  (This was back in the infancy of Spinning® when it was a bit different than […]

5 Tips For Living Gluten Free and Fit-Day 5

Welcome to the end of the week-AKA Day 5! So far, we have Tip1-Have an attitude and mindset of abundance Tip 2-Think of Food as Fuel Tip 3-Set Process and Practice Based Goals Tip 4-Set Yourself Up for Success Gluten Free Today’s Quick Tip: *Be Consistent, have Patience.  Rinse and Repeat* When you have implemented […]

5 Tips For Living Gluten Free and Fit-Day 4

Day 4! So far, we have Tip1-Have an attitude and mindset of abundance Tip 2-Think of Food as Fuel Tip 3-Set Process and Practice Based Goals Gluten Free Today’s Quick Tip: *Set Yourself Up for Success* Whenever you begin something new, before it becomes habit, you have to actually think about performing it. For example-now, […]

5 Tips For Living Gluten Free and Fit-Day 3

Day 3! So far, we have Tip1-Have an attitude and mindset of abundance Tip 2-Think of Food as Fuel Gluten Free Today’s Quick Tip: *Set Process and Practice Based Goals* What the heck do I mean by this? Lots of times when people set goals, they set outcome based goals.  Like: “I will lose 10 […]

5 Tips For Living Gluten Free and Fit-Day 2

Here it is-Day 2!  Yesterdays tip was: Having an attitude of abundance with a diagnosis of celiac disease. Gluten Free Today’s Quick Tip: *Think of Food As Fuel* I am very happy to be a part of Diane Eblin’s 30 days to a Food Revolution month.  My guest post today covers thinking of food as […]

5 Tips For Living Gluten Free and Fit-Day 1

As promised, this week I will posting a quick tip a day on living healthfully and gluten free. This is the final full week of Celiac Awareness Month. There has been an incredible amount of great information provided this month. I hope that is has been helpful to the 95% of undiagnosed celiacs as well […]

The magic bullet is awareness-not plastic ;)

The Magic Bullet for Living a Healthy Gluten Free Life Is….

No, not the Magic Bullet, one of my favorite small kitchen appliances. Not a pill, or potion, or lotion, or gimmicky late night infomercial product or fitness program. Actually, it’s not very sexy at all. But-it will get you closer to your goals than a kitchen gadget, a pill, a potion, lotion, or gimmick. It’s […]

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