A Gluten-Free Life with Laurie Richardson
First off, what does it mean to live a gluten-free life? Sometimes when I think about a gluten-free life, my imagination conjures a bevy of protesters in New York’s Washington Square Park marching around on a warm spring afternoon, chanting ‘free the glutens, free the glutens, free the glutens.” I know, I know, it’s a rather far-fetched imaginative leap; even so, here’s hoping you find the image at least half as amusing as I do. “Free the glutens!”
Now let’s get down to business. In this informative interview, Laurie dives deep into what it means to live a gluten-free life. The Mayo Clinic says, “a gluten-free diet is an eating plan that excludes foods containing gluten. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, rye, and triticale (a cross between wheat and rye).”
Yes, Laurie tells us that to live a gluten-free life, you’ve got to give up eating biscuits at the Waffle House and those fancy bespoke coffee shop muffins you enjoy with your tea or latte. Here’s the good news. Laurie tells us that giving up biscuits and muffins is no loss because you can replace your biscuits and muffins with a myriad of delicious healthy, gluten and grain-free options.
Laure says that when you live a gluten-free life, your mood improves, your eyes brighten, your skin glows, and, best of all, your brain works better. Perhaps we’re all more intelligent than we imagined. Laurie certainly thinks so.
In this interview, Laurie will give you gluten-free tips like make smoothies more often and shop the grocery store’s edges rather than the middle aisles. “It’s there along the edges where you’ll find the carrots and the kale,” Laurie says with a chirp in her voice.
When you listen to this interview, be prepared to learn how to live a gluten-free life with a table that overflows with good things to eat. Laurie promises you won’t miss those biscuits at the Waffle House or your bespoke muffins from the coffee shop.
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