Friday, January 30, 2015
As first launched by +Gluten Dude, an advocate for Celiac Disease health, awareness and righteousness, we need your help to sign an important petition immediately. This ad from NBC for Nascar is launching in front of the massive Super Bowl TV audience, so we need signatures to boycott the ad before the Super Bowl because it insults the gluten-free lifestyle. Yes. Another insult and this time to a large and massive reaching audience this time, and we can't let this happen. You and your social circle need to act tonight, Friday night, asap. Read here to learn all about how this ad, actors and those associated with NBC can promote and insult people with an auto immune disease, Celiac Disease, and call us weak and how we're an American problem, ugh! It's a shame and it's sad that today, people with diseases have to face this type of hardship by the mass media and those in the main stream who control what millions of people will see who are fans of this Nascar sport, for a laugh. Education and ignorance will love long in this country of America. As opposites it inevitably will always exist. Don't be on the wrong side of history and Sign the petition here, and please share this immediately with those who support Celiac Disease - gluten free lifestyle health.
Monday, January 19, 2015
Honestly, I don't find joy telling you or myself to NOT consume something. Life is short and do you really want to be sick and unhealthy your whole life? I don't take those risks. I take other life thrills like bungee jumping, running and hiking 14er mountains and challenging myself when snowboarding, or through regular work day adventures.
Monday, January 5, 2015
Is this gluten-free?
This is a complicated yet easy question to analyze. Something either has gluten or it doesn't right? However, we don't live in a homogenous style world... Not in the USA and not in any kitchen. Therefore people will believe what they choose and live how they decide that's best for their health, wealth and lifestyle, period. Regardless of someone's health symptoms, financials, and equality overall, each of us chooses to smile, laugh or frown, live in pain, we live in distress and sometimes we see things that we believe are correct, despite our body or others telling something different. We argue and we quarrel, but do we learn and change? Most of the time, I would assume yes, but ask yourself this question? With that said, I ask you if you truly believe that you're living a gluten-free life or if you're just living your life by reducing some of this and some of that.
- Do you have gluten in your house and use the same silverware, cutting boards & pots?
- Do you have a dishwasher and do you clean with a dedicated gluten-free sponge?
Perhaps you believe that you feel better when you reduce some gluten or reduce wheat or dairy, but the truth is the never ending education on each is great, so have you invested in your ongoing food education? Some admit they haven't, some believe they have, but I encourage you to keep reading, and opening yourself or others to learn about why and how you feel and challenge yourself, family and friends to be healthier by being gluten-free smarter.