When we get the news that a family member has Celiac or food allergies, we automatically go into overdrive. We see to it that we provide everything our loved ones need to regain their health. We watch and worry until we all adjust and adapt to a whole new lifestyle.
When I got my kids’ multiple diagnoses that’s how it was in our house. In the beginning I took control of everything. I asked a million and one questions to the professionals, I devoured information and then I proceeded to remove everything from the kitchen pantry and the refrigerator.
That’s how I handled it, and this impacted my kids.
They saw how seriously we were to take their diagnoses and the treatment for it which was to commit to being 100% gluten free, in the home and outside of it.
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