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Consistency is critical to success.

I decided to make a post every day.

I'm not going to worry if it's great or even good. I won't be concerned if I follow one particular direction because wanting everything to be perfect has stopped me from posting consistently. So, as much as I hope you are blessed and helped by my posts, it's also a lesson for me to speak from my heart and let the chips fall where they may.

I firmly believe all areas of health work together for the good of our total health, so I'll follow that belief and post what's relevant to me each day.


I've only been gluten-free a few days but noticed a few things;  I didn't feel tired mid-day today. I feel less bloated, and my glasses keep falling down, making me wonder if I'm beginning to have less inflammation.


I went to the Dr. to ask for blood work last week to determine if I was allergic or intolerant to gluten or wheat, and he asked what my symptoms were. When I told him, he said, "Well, if gluten or wheat is making you sick, why don't you just stop eating it."  I thought, "Yeah, why don't you just stop regardless of what the tests say if gluten or wheat makes you feel sick." So here I am.

Can you relate?

Do you keep eating things you know make you feel sick? Why do you do it? Will you consider stopping?

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