Monthly Archives: January 2018

Jesse Moxam: Willing To Make A Change

As a child our family’s focus was to eat like our family past. My dad was born and raised in Jamaica, and my mother was born in Canada, both with their traditional dishes respectively. So we had a mix of Jamaican and Canadian dishes. My mother tried her best to make the most of what we had and we tried to maintain what we thought was a healthy diet. Continue reading

Dying Inside

As I write this post, I wonder why I’ve waited so long to share. I know why, because it’s hard to put into words what celiac disease has been for me. When you hear “Celiac disease” you probably think, “Oh, she can’t eat bread.” It’s worse, much worse. It’s worse than having a waitress roll her eyes at you when you request a salad be remade because they put croutons on it. It’s worse than a family member making a snide comment about the “weird” food you have to eat. It’s worse than Continue reading

Lessons I Learned In 2017

 

Wow! One year ago today I wrote my first blog post. I can honestly say that this last year has been the best year of my life, and I am excited to see what the future holds. For the past 10 years I have studied and searched for the answers to my health problems, and feel that this was the year that a path was finally made clear. I want to share some of the biggest health/life lessons I learned this year Continue reading

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