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Cooking Traditional Foods’ GFCF E-Course

One of the most common questions I get via Facebook or email concerns eliminating gluten.  Particularly where to start.  Overhauling your diet, especially if wheat based products are a huge part of your diet, can seem like an insurmountable task.  So much so, I know many who look into it and decide it’s too much effort.  That pains my heart because I know personally that it is worth the effort.  I feel like I lost many years of my life to gluten.  It robbed me of energy, clear thinking and my health.  When I finally saw the connection between wheat and my health (mental and physical), I got it all out of my diet and feel like a new person.  I remember my mother-in-law being concerned because when someone asked, “How are you?” my most common response was, “Tired.”  Being tired all the time is not normal.

KerryAnn of Cooking Traditional Foods has created a beautifully done e-course designed to teach you how to remove gluten and casein from your diet and put you on the path to healing:  Gluten and Dairy Free Traditional Foods E-Course.  You can read about her amazing story of sickness and healing here: KerryAnn’s Story.  KerryAnn has been kind enough to give me a sneak peak of the e-course that will be opened to all on April 30th.  As I’m going through each of the sections, I keep thinking of how much having something like this when I first started my journey would have helped.  Having all the information in one place would have saved me much time and effort and started me on my path to healing much sooner.

Not only did I get a sneak peak but KerryAnn gave me a coupon code to offer to all my readers.  Use coupon code PICKLME at checkout to receive 15% off.  That means instead of $140, it’s only $119.  For this price you get permanent access to the course, no time constraints.  The coupon code does not expire so use it when you are ready.

Here is a sneak peak of week one’s lesson “Where to Find Gluten and its Ingredient Names”.  You can also find a great print out “The Names of Gluten” here.  This would be great to keep in your purse.

 

Stay tuned for a giveaway I will be hosting coming up soon…

Cooking Traditional Foods also offers a weekly menu planner.  It includes a monthly bulk shopping list which for someone like me who has to order the bulk of our food monthly through Azure Standard and Green Polka Dot Box, is supremely awesome.  Also  I love having someone else plan meals for me.

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