HEALTHY ME – A Gluten Free Lifestyle Course
Are you newly diagnosed with celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity? Are you struggling with the gluten free diet and lifestyle?
This course is designed to help you find your way through the overwhelming amount of new information as you begin your journey toward a healthy, gluten free lifestyle.
HEALTHY ME is an acronym that includes all areas of life to help you prepare for how the gluten free lifestyle will impact you. It stands for:
- H is for Healing your gut
- E is for Eating, 24/7
- A is for Advocating
- L is for Lifestyle
- T is for Travel
- H is for House Rules
- Y is for Your Community
- M is for Medical Team
- E is for Education
There are lots of excellent resources and plenty of support online in Facebook groups or other platforms you visit. Yet people struggle to find the information they need when they need it.
With 25 years of experience as a health educator, 10 years teaching gluten free cooking classes and a passion for food I know I can guide you to a healthier version of yourself. I’ve also been a volunteer with the Calgary Chapter of the Canadian Celiac Association for four years as a board member, coordinator for the Calgary Celiac Kids Meetup and a presenter at the Celiac 101 Information Nights. I speak with people on a regular basis and have created this offer that is individualized to your unique situation.
The Course Offer
The HEALTHY ME Gluten Free Lifestyle course involves a 1-hour phone call with a 30-minute follow up call. Additional calls can be arranged as needed. The materials include a Workbook, an Action Plan and a Resource Guide. The course is flexible to meet your needs and your personal learning style.
The Struggle is Real
It’s well documented that 50% of people on a gluten free diet cheat despite the long-term health consequences. Sadly, not everyone knows this or fully appreciates what it means. With the increased incidence of other autoimmune diseases and cancers the sooner you can adapt to a new lifestyle the happier you’ll be in the long run.
One final reminder, our relationship with food is complex and I think this quote sums it up:
“Food is not rational. Food is culture, habit, craving and identity.”
A gluten free diet for life can be hard but many people have done it and I know you can make this transition too. I’m here to help you create a gluten free lifestyle you love. Register today and let’s get started.
Sign up now. I look forward to working with you.