My husband I both feel like the reason I have been so successful with addressing my Gluten-Free situation is because of my ability to research in-depth every single component of this disease. The first time I went to the grocery store after getting my gluten-free diagnosis . . . I spent hours on the computer researching food and then at least 2 1/2 hours at the store reading labels. People without financial means or a commitment to educating themselves do not have the same opportunities for health, and that is something I want to be able to facilitate change. Just my two cents for the day. I will be sharing my story with you Tina, as a means to help others to get through their dilemma, and the severe troubles they may be going through. It is my way to help others.
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Dr. Maureen Ellis, Ph.D.
Business and Information Technologies Education Department
East Carolina University
From our home to yours, Tina Turbin.