Even if we’re busy, we can give our bodies a helping hand by putting ourselves into a state of “rest-and-digest” instead of “fight-or-flight” when we’re eating.
The sad truth is that roughly 60 percent of those who develop celiac disease in adulthood don’t heal with a gluten-free diet alone. So, what else is going on?
After 10 years of living all around the globe with celiac disease, Jodi Ettenberg has become an expert on how to eat as safely as possible in any corner of the world.
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