Get to Know the Blogger Behind Good For You Gluten Free

When you haven’t heard of Jenny Levine Finke from Good For You Gluten Free, pull up a chair as a result of she’s somebody it is advisable to know.

Jenny was recognized with celiac illness ten years in the past, and in that point has grow to be a Licensed Integrative Vitamin Coach, a Licensed Gluten-Free Practitioner, and the writer of the award-winning e book, Dear Gluten, It’s Not Me, It’s You. And she or he based the Good For You Gluten Free group, which has amassed tens of millions of readers and followers.

Jenny holding her book drear gluten it's not me, it's you

We wished to be taught extra about what motivates Jenny and why so many individuals within the gluten-free group belief her as one among their major sources for gluten-free info right now.

Q&A with Jenny 

GFMM:  Why do you suppose your weblog resonates with so many individuals?


Jenny:  My weblog is inclusive to everybody on the gluten spectrum, irrespective of the place they’re on their journey. I provide a constructive and commonsense strategy to all I do, and I’m not afraid to problem the norm or say what others are afraid of talking. It’s straightforward to grow to be fearful and paralyzed by the small print of the gluten-free life-style, and I’ve even seen folks get caught up within the craziness of Fb help teams and influencers hellbent on drumming up rage. I assist my group rise above the noise, suppose for themselves, and do what’s finest for them.


GFMM:  You talked about that you just take a commonsense strategy. What do you imply by that?


Jenny:  A commonsense strategy means I train folks to develop of their expertise and data to allow them to make good selections about what they’ll and gained’t eat. For instance, many individuals within the celiac group inform others they shouldn’t eat out. However that’s not sensible. Consuming out is part of life. As a substitute, I assist our group strategy consuming out with frequent sense. What do we have to do and say to get a protected meal? As soon as folks really feel assured of their data and expertise, they’ll navigate nearly any state of affairs.


GFMM:  What talent do you suppose each gluten-free particular person ought to grasp?


Jenny:  Everybody ought to be taught to learn a meals label and decode components for gluten. Sadly, studying labels continues to problem the group as gluten hides in random meals and sophisticated components. Some instruments, just like the Fig app, will help an individual shortly scan meals labels for potential sources of gluten. Above all else, I solely buy merchandise which can be naturally gluten free and don’t require a meals label (i.e., eggs, avocados, apples, and so on.) or merchandise labeled gluten free. I hope extra firms will see the worth in testing – and labeling – their meals “gluten free.”


GFMM:  Your weblog and e book focus in your therapeutic journey. Are you able to inform us extra about that?


Jenny:  I discovered it takes greater than buying and selling common donuts for gluten-free donuts to really feel higher. I wanted to be taught a brand new manner of consuming if I ever wished to heal and seal my broken intestine. I wasn’t afraid to experiment on myself and take a look at completely different meals and dietary supplements to see how they made me really feel. And I’m glad I did as a result of right now, I stay a symptom-free life and have put my celiac illness into remission. I’ll at all times have celiac illness and must observe a gluten-free weight-reduction plan, however I’m proud that I stay a full life with celiac illness.


GFMM:  What else would you like the gluten-free group to know?


Jenny:  I would like the gluten-free group to know they’ve a selection. They will select to stay a constructive, wholesome, fulfilled, and glad life regardless of their gluten dysfunction. Or they’ll select to permit their illness to rule – and in some circumstances, spoil – their lives. I  prefer to suppose that celiac illness occurred for me, not to me. It has taught me a lot about myself, the function of meals in my life, and efficiently navigate challenges alongside the best way. Life is usually messy, and I’ve chosen to make my “mess” my mission.


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