Monday, October 5, 2015

Hartford FREE Webcast - What to do if a Traditional Gluten Free Diet is Not Making You Well, Transitioning from Gluten Free to Grain Free, and Customized Nutrition

The Hartford Gluten and Allergen Free Wellness Event is fast approaching on October 17, at the Windsor/Hartford Marriott from 10 am - 3 pm. Seems like we just left Kansas City, doesn't it?
But I can't deny being excited to be back in the New England area once more. Nothing like the drive up through the Appalachians and into the Poconos before dropping into Connecticut. The foliage colors should be spectacular.

As with all of our events, we have a webcast to do pre-event on Thursday, October 8 from 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm EST. This episode will feature What to do if a Traditional Gluten Free Diet is Not Making You Well, Transitioning from Gluten Free to Grain Free, and Customized Nutrition.

Heather Jacobsen is a researcher, author and founder of the online wellness magazine, Stuffed Pepper.

Heather is interested in how our modern diet is affecting chronic disease. She considers herself an "accidental nutritionist," having learned more about nutrition than she ever set out to do, after delving into the medical literature regarding gluten, grains, celiac disease and gluten sensitivity. She shares this information for free on Stuffed Pepper (, and in the easy-to-digest compilation, GOING GLUTEN-FREE: 7 Surprising Facts You Should Know if You Want to Achieve Dietary Success.

Jennifer Cuevas
The Gluten & Grain Free Gourmet supports delicious eating that is gluten, grain, soy, and poultry free. Jen Cuevas experienced her own journey to wellness by eating this way, and desires to share the message that life can still be delicious!

Just a few short years ago, Jen was ill with a multitude of issues (although not typical “Celiac” symptoms), including high cholesterol, pre-diabetes, sudden weight gain [over 60 pounds], Hashimoto’s, and arthritis (read more of her story here). After more than seven frustrating visits with various doctors, she finally learned about her gluten sensitivity and Celiac disease. In becoming well, she found that life without gluten was really great from a health perspective, but affected everything else that had a social factor.

Susan Ruch
Executive Director and Founding Partner ID LifeSusan is a strong advocate of Celiac Disease as she has family and friends with this condition. She, herself, has an autoimmune disease and understands the issues of nutritional deficiencies, malabsorption issues of nutrients (B12, Vitamin D, C, Iron) gluten intolerance and cross contamination issues.

All IDLife Products are Organic, Gluten Free, Lactose Free, GMO-Free,Casein Free and Natural. IDLife’s core product is customized, pharmaceutical grade nutrition, specifically designed for you and delivered to your body at the right dose, at the right time of the day) for maximum absorption. We are all unique and your nutrition should be too.
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We will also have a very Special Guest: Bruce Homstead, MS, RDN, LDN, AFMCP, President, Board of Directors, Celiac Support Association

So meet us right HERE on October 8 for a great webcast!