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SOURCE: Lifestyle Changes 2 Health
Linda Crawford offers a hands-on experience to learn how to shop, cook, eat, and live gluten-free to reverse food allergies that will change habits to develop a healthier lifestyle.
Fountain Valley, CA (PRWEB) January 10, 2013
The search for healthy living through allergy-free eating is at an all-time high. People are looking to lead healthier lifestyles and live longer while still being able to live productively in a fast paced society. Linda Crawford, founder of Lifestyle Changes 2 Health, is a health coach who is an expert in gluten-free eating, managing food allergies and avoiding toxic home products. She has recently expanded her services to include an all-in-one-day program that helps clients understand the mechanics of reversing gluten-food allergy symptoms. This four-hour VIP Fast Start Program is a hands-on experience directly with Linda.
During this four-hour program, Linda takes her clients to a local Whole Foods Market, a national health food store, for a customized tour to learn about non-GMO foods, skin-hair care, and non-toxic household products to use. Crawford explains what clients should incorporate as well as avoid in order to reduce symptoms, soothe inflammation and heal the body from the inside out. This program is designed for clients to participate and gain first-hand knowledge while having a hands-on experience in learning how to make changes that often provide a noticeable improvement in symptoms, health and weight loss.
“Having a strategic plan that works for both a personal and work schedule is a key element in getting started. People know they need to make changes, but don’t know what steps to take next, so they feel paralyzed” states Linda. “The missing link is a “hands on” support system to guide and provide real-time information and tips throughout the process which can be overwhelming without help. This is where I am unique as a health coach, both in shopping and in your kitchen. I have faced my own challenges with gluten and food allergies for the last eight years. So I understand the frustration and uncertainty of not knowing what to buy or avoid during your meal planning.”
People whose bodies cannot digest gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye and barley are prone to a triggered immune system that attacks the lining of the small intestine, causing diarrhea, bloating, brain fog and abdominal pain as some of the known symptoms. Unfortunately, the diagnosis is often elusive, costly and may be delayed for years. The good news is that people are taking a stance on their own by seeking the assistance of health coaches, like Linda, who will help them get their immune systems, eating habits, and lifestyle moving in the right direction again.
Individuals who want to get their eating and health habits under control with a gluten-free diet, reduce existing food allergies symptoms, and increase their energy levels can find more information about Linda Crawford’s Fast Start VIP Day Program on her website at http://www.LifestyleChanges2Health.com. Linda recently hired Cheryl Heppard, a Michigan business coach, to help expand her services regarding her VIP Day offering.
About Linda Crawford
Linda Crawford is a Southern California Gourmet Cook and Healthy Lifestyle Coach who specializes in gluten free eating, food allergies and toxic awareness in the home. Linda received her Bachelors degree in Business and Nutrition in 1995 and started her first business as a nutritional counselor – teaching clients about balancing meals, metabolism, and healthier eating choices. She offers tips on grocery shopping, reducing toxins in the body and the home, food labeling, kitchen-pantry setup, cooking classes and menu planning to find those disguised sugar and carbs. Linda is currently working on a gluten, allergy-free and healthy eating cookbook.
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