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Welcome to my little place. My hope is that while you are here you can find the “gutsy” part in you. Sometimes stepping out of your comfort zone can bring the best and most fruitful changes in your life. To me, staying healthy is something I have to work towards, and I’m dedicated to sharing what I learn and try with you!

I love keeping it simple. I have found over the years that my blog is more of a place where people come to read and learn. It makes sense to keep my posts (which are usually very long and detailed) more categorized and not quite like the typical “blogger” you would find.

Breakdown of menu option (above)

Start Here: You are “here”.

About: Read a little about me and I have links to more in-depth posts about my health journey.

Contact: If you have a question feel free to e-mail me.

My blog: This is the typical blog and scroll format that just keeps going back since the day I started writing in 2012. I do help you out by posting preview links of my blog posts in the “articles” tab. This way you can reference my posts like a little library.

Articles: This is the place where you will find almost everything I write on my blog. Its chalk full of research and ideas that are waiting to be read by you. I hope you enjoy this section as much as I do!

Recipes: I focus on allergy free but tasty food! Most of these recipes are GAPS friendly and they all are fun to make and delicious!

Supplements: I have tried many supplements over the years and here I will list some of my favorites and those free of extra ingredients. They are used to fight ailments and balance my body and immune system. Certain supplements may replenish gut bacteria, support the brain, or are helpful for clearing out excess glutamates and histamines. Always be sure to work with your practitioner and get their approval before adding supplements.

Favorites: I get lots of questions asking what kinds of things I use that are “non-toxic” and safe for people with MCS or allergies. I had spend years of researching and trying things because at one point I was very sensitive to “toxic” materials. I typically e-mail companies to double-check ingredients or facility cross contamination policies to certify it is gluten free.

Alright now Im sending you off to go explore! Hopefully I made it easy and self explanatory for you to read and absorb.