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Were you recently diagnosed with celiac disease? Are you struggling with what to do after you left the doctor's office?
This podcast is for you.
Rebecca covers what to expect after your diagnosis including:
1. Emotions you will feel
2. Tips to get through everything
3. A get started guide on living gluten free
4. Major changes in your life that need to happen for you to be succesful
I will be taking calls live so hopefully you can tune in to listen!
Is celiac disease affecting your sex life? Do you find yourself struggling to find intimacy with your partner? Then, this is the podcast for you! I talk about how it affects my life and what I've learned from other people struggling just like us.
If you have celiac disease or are living gluten-free, you know how tough it can be emotionally in your life. From food choices to random health ailments, this can be one of the most difficult times of your life. Let me guide you though this challenging component with stories of my own struggles and a question and answer session with you!
I've struggled with anxiety, depression and sadness which I've been blogging about for a while now. It's time to take it a step further and engage with everyone on a more personal level.
I can help you make the transition to a happy gluten-free lifestyle.
Rebecca does her first interview for On The Air with her friend and therapist Jummy Olawale. (Wait no, she's not my therapist!)
Jummy specializes in individual, couples, and marriage therapy, multicultural counseling, parenting support, career coaching and life coaching. Jummy believes that therapy and coaching is a collaborative process that involves the individual, his or her community of support and a supportive nonjudgmental therapist/coach.
We are going to talk about the following issues related to celiac:
Coping with a diagnosis despite feeling alone Changing your mindset and taking control of your life. Dealing with unsupportive friends/family
This show will discuss the importance of fitness in the lives of people with celiac disease and any other auto-immune diseases!
I'll be talking about movitvation tips for getting moving even when you don't feel like getting off the couch.
The best tips and tricks for getting fit with minimum impact to achy joints.
The best way to monitor progress - Hint: It's not the scale.
Who do you know dealing with bloating, muscle cramps, pain, gas, diarrhea, pale stools, weight loss, or even anemia? These symptoms have all been connected to gluten sensitivity & celiac disease. On June 4th dial 347-850-8486 at 8p ET to say goodbye to gluten intolerance for good!
According to the Center for Celiac Research, untreated celiac disease can be life threatening and most people don't even recognize when they are at risk. Root Cause Radio gladly welcomes back therapeutic scientist, professor, author, & the founder of Symptometry - Dr. Maxwell Nartey - to help listeners prevent, treat, & cure celiac disease without avoiding gluten.
Tonight's expert health panel will also feature Dr. Chekesha Patrick of Atlanta, GA and Dr. Charlie Abbott, OMD, LAc, LSym & Director of Administration at the AMERICAN SCHOOL OF SYMTPOMETRY to coach individuals on the simple-but-overlooked techniques we can all use for optimal digestive health and self-care.
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As a Celiac myself, I know the problems you face — limited resources, confusing information and little if any support for a disease whose symptoms alone can be completely overwhelming. Most of all, I know the fear, hurt, and uncertainty that this disease brings. I created Celiac Roads Consulting and Personal Coaching to provide you with mentoring, support and assistance I wish I’d had – to make your life and your family’s more manageable and even fun as you learn to live in a Gluten-filled world.Celiac Disease is an autoimmune response to products containing Gluten. A person’s response can vary depending but characteristically involves severe stomach pain, diarrhea, vomiting, bloating, gas, weight loss, muscle pain, vitamin deficiencies, mouth sores, and skin issues. The only treatment for this disease is a completely Gluten Free lifestyle.Gluten is a protein found in wheat, Rye and barley. Celiac Disease and Celiac Sprue are treated with a non-Gluten diet.As your Personal Coach, I am there to listen, support, guide and teach you as you learn how to live with this disease. We can meet in person or by phone. I can help you take the deep dive into understanding this disease and what it means for your life. I accompany you as you take the journey to becoming your healthy self again.Cooking Classes and Educational Classes and RetreatsIn these classes and retreats, I teach you how to cook quick, healthy meals that the whole family will enjoy. Contact us for a FREE half hour consultation, gift certificates and rates. (941) 275-1920
It's all over the news--people avoiding gluten, being sensitive to gluten, and Celiac disease. Achieve Your Health Aims Radio show, run by the naturopathic physicians at Arizona Integrative Medical Solutions will answer all the questions and give loads of medical advice about this growing problem among people.
Dr. Fratellone and Guest Jennifer Esposito, owner of Jennifer's Way Bakery will discuss her struggle and battle with Celiac Disease and how you can help yourself determine if you have gluten sensitivities, allergies to gluten and other gastrointestional disorders.
This program will be broadcast LIVE from Jennifer's Way Bakery at 263 East 10th Street (between 1st Avenue and Avenue A). Stop in and say hello, ask a question or just listen to the program beginning at 8:30 pm. Or simply call in and listen from your computer or cell phone!
Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder triggered by consuming a protein called gluten, which is found in wheat, barley and rye.
Alice Bast founded the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) based on her personal experience with celiac disease. Her own diagnosis ignited her passion to help the estimated three million Americans with celiac disease receive a prompt and accurate diagnosis. NFCA dual mission is to raising awareness of celiac disease to reduce the time to diagnosis, as well as raising funds for education and screening that will improve the quality of life of those who suffer. Alice’s personal story and work with the NFCA have garnered national media attention. She has been featured in Good Housekeeping Magazine, Newsweek, and USA Today and on nationally televised programs such as ABC’s ‘The View’, and on CBS, CNN and NBC. Website: www.CeliacCentral.org
Jonathan Papernick is the author of the short story collection The Ascent of Eli Israel, His first novel Who by Fire, Who by Blood was published by Exile Editions. Jonathan Papernick brings us nine tender and darkly humorous stories in his latest novel. From the streets of modern Israel to the barrooms of Brooklyn to a suburban New England synagogue, the protagonists of There Is No Other search for love and acceptance in a world scarred by loss and loneliness. e teaches fiction writing at Emerson College. Jonathan Papernick was diagnosed with Celiac disease. Website: http://jonpapernick.com/index.htm.
Nancy Olson joins us today to bring valuable information on celiac disease and gluten allergies and sensitivities. Do you wonder if you have this condition? Struggle with symptoms and want guidance on dealing with them? Join Bess Blanco, Food and Family Health Coach as she hosts Nancy Olson, The Celiac Warrior (http://thrivingwithceliac.com) as we dig into the symptoms and solutions for thriving with celiac disease!
Tina Turbin is a multi award-winning children's author, writer, researcher and mother of 3. She's been an advocate for children, families and celiac/gluten issues.
Her award-winning website www.GlutenFreeHelp.info is a valuable resource to people with celiac disease and gluten issues.
Tina is a member and contributing writer for such distinguished organizations as the Nat'l Foundation of Celiac Awareness, Celiac.com, Journal of Gluten Sensitivity, Nat'l Assoc of Baby Boomer Women, the Nat'l Assoc. of Divorced Women and Children, and numerous other publications.
She is proud to work closely in raising awareness for celiac research and is a friend to many through her delightful 'Danny the Dragon' children's series.
Tina joins us today to share her vast knowledge on the subject of celiac disease/gluten sensitivity and the havoc both can wreak on your body as they go undiagnosed- especially during Menopause.
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