In less than two weeks, Saturday, October 17, the Gluten Free Allergen Free Events brings the gluten-free party to Hartford, CT!
Substituting gluten-free bread for whole-wheat may help heal the gut. But no gluten-free bread in the world will take away the isolation of being unable to join friends or family and break the same bread
One of the beautiful things about the Wellness events is their community and education-based focus.
Join me there, and look up the recent webcast that gathered the speakers online!
You can find write-ups and local food-based resource from previous events in St. Louis here.
This time around, I'll be speaking on booting the fear out of the experience of food after Celiac Disease. This fear crops up for both Celiacs, and those who suffer from severe food allergies. But part of being able to belly-up to a whole-life -- and break bread with friends -- is experiencing the feeling without letting it dictate our present attitude or action.
What better way to eat joyfully,totally gluten-free with others who understand completely the need.
recover a sense of nourishment and peace in food, and get mind-and-heart-fed as well than by spending a day in an expo
It's a party. It's a community. It showcases local resources and features local advocates, professionals, and speakers -- and it's in New England October 17.
So come and tumble gluten free with me! And better yet, get in free by entering to win tickets below. But either way, Nikki Everett, the founder and organizer, has made this event affordable -- and if you show up at the door, you'll only need to drop $10 for the full day.
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Cheers, and see you there!