GLUTEN-FREE FOR LIFE PROGRAM

Michelle specializes in Gluten-Free Diet Design and helping people who are gluten intolerant restore their health. The Gluten-Free For Life Program offers those suffering from celiac disease or gluten sensitivity a personalized approach for healing from the damaging effects of gluten.

Gluten is found in all foods that are made from wheat, barley, rye, spelt and kamut (pastas, breads, pastries, cookies, cakes…). It can cause devastating effects not only to the gastrointestinal system, but to virtually all systems and organs, especially the brain and neurological system. Foods with gluten cannot be fully broken down by the enzymes in the body. For some people, trying to digest gluten is like trying to digest a rock. It is important to learn how to read labels, avoid hidden sources of gluten and ask the right questions when eating outside the home.

Many conventional physicians are not familiar with the severe health damage that can be experienced by someone who has gluten sensitivity or celiac disease, and they are typically not trained in how to diagnose this epidemic that is facing many people. Approximately 40% of the American public is genetically predisposed to developing celiac disease. The number of individuals with gluten sensitivity is increasing each day due to the extensive genetic changes in gluten making it more and more difficult for the human body to digest.

In the Gluten-Free for Life Program, you will receive personal attention, education and on-going support. You will be educated about proper food choices, trained in how to shop at a grocery store, eat out in restaurants and how to comfortably, with ease and simplicity, adopt a gluten-free lifestyle.

The symptoms associated with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity are extensive and includes:





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