Here's what often happens when you find out you have to go gluten-free: Your friends and family laugh and say good luck. You go stand in the gluten-free aisle at Whole Foods and stare at rows of $6 cookies and cereals. You ingest as much pizza as you can before you go gluten-free, thinking you will never eat good pizza again.
It's true—going gluten-free in America is not easy. Gluten, once you start to look for it, is in everything. But it can be done, and on the other side of gluten is a whole world of feeling much better. Download the guide on saltwaterchef.com and feel free to contact me with any questions or comments. You can do this.