1. Karen McFarland
    April 18, 2014 @ 7:07 pm

    Well, I have to say Kristy that you son cracks me up too. And if things keep going the way they are, you just might be in trouble. Just kidding. But you know what I mean. I think it’s great that you are spreading the word about your dietary restrictions. There are thousands of people with gluten problems and they don’t know it. I am forever grateful that twenty years ago I had a doctor tell me to get off wheat. He knew they were doing something funky with it and suggested if I eat wheat, to only eat organic. And I stuck to that regiment. I think it saved my butt because I have a lot of sensitivities has you well know. I don’t need gluten on top of it. You have my sympathy girl.


    • Kristy K. James
      April 25, 2014 @ 4:15 am

      LOL…well let’s hope I don’t get in too much trouble! I do hope the book helps other people though. I know several who likely have an issue with gluten, but they don’t believe it – or don’t want to. Can’t blame them too much. It is quite a lifestyle change. It took me about two years before the side effects of gluten scared me enough that I was ready to stay off it forever. In 9 days it will be a year since I’ve had gluten – at least on purpose.

      Hmm about the organic wheat. I may have to check in to that, although the thought of intentionally eating something that might cause the breathing problems or edema is enough to scare me right out of the idea, lol.

      But good for you for listening to your doctor for so long! I hope when I hit the 20 year mark, I’ll be happy about the choices I made. 🙂


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