As a College Student My first year as a college student I made: French toast, cereal, Ramen, and burned Hamburger Helper. I didn’t have a lot of cooking experiences and wasn’t very interested in making much. I was not gluten free and I was misdiagnosed and undiagnosed at the time and frequently sick. You can […]
If you have read My Story-Health, then you know I have been through the wringer with health issues. I am always looking for ways to improve the health of my family and myself. I have learned that sometimes, unconventional is better. My biggest lesson in thinking this way came from being diagnosed with celiac disease and having my diet as my prescription to better health. I learned how little doctors have known about this disease. (Which is one reason it took me 18ish years to be diagnosed.) I have learned that doctors know much less than we think they do. This was compounded when my daughter was diagnosed with Hashimoto’s disease and discovering how unhappy with healthcare, thyroid patients are. Here, I will post things I have learned and continue to learn, frustrations, and hopefully my experiences will help you with your experiences. Also, check out my Gluten Free recipes. These are recipes that I use and our family likes; some I have created myself from learning to cook gf, altering other recipes, or just family favorites.