When I first became ill with the discomfort of gluten sensitivity, denying the sad truth, I kept on struggling for another year until I submitted to the fact that yes indeed I have a gluten sensitivity. What i was the most upset about, was having to give up my addiction of all the good breads I loved so much, amongst all the other foods that come with gluten. What I did not realize at the time, was what this new experience would change my life for the better. I must say I love eating gluten free, because eating gluten free has given me the knowledge about processed and GMO foods. At first becoming aware of the knowledge of how unhealthy some of the foods I ate made me angry, the fact that I was feeding my children the foods I though were good for them and in the end they were some of the worst food they could eat, and the possibility for them to develop an allergy or an inflammatory disease, because of my lack of knowledge, made me furious. Since then I have been researching via books and documentaries, becoming an IIN Health Coach to get to the next chapter in my life and hopefully make a positive change in the life of others who may be experiencing similar things to mine. To these people I would like to share that my life has improved 110%. It is incredible what good food can do to your body, your mental stability, your motivation. I have been gluten free for approximately six years, learning very slowly what gluten sensitivity is, and how I can control it within myself. I am 47 years old and I feel the best I have ever felt. Of course we are all different and, bio-individuality comes into play here, but if you are like me and you need help to guide you in the right direction to a gluten free life, please contact me. I would love to help you feel your best. Believe me when I tell you that my nightmare has become my greatest adventure, and has taught me so much. I love who I am and I love being gluten-free.