In Blog

Do you ever wish you could sit down with some of the most influential doctors, health practitioners and experts in the world and pick their collective brain on gluten sensitivity?

With so much misinformation and controversy out there, it can be challenging to know what’s true and what’s not…  What’s important and what’s hype… What’s actually going to make me feel better and what’s total nonsense…

My friend Jennifer Fugo, the founder of Gluten Free School, did just that!

She invited 23 most well-respected experts in the fields of gluten sensitivity, autoimmunity, mental health, cooking and motivation to get answers to your burning questions. No topic is off limits… She will ask questions from the perspective of women like you and me who live with gluten sensitivity.

And what’s even cooler is that you can listen in to this amazing online event starting September 8 called the Women’s Gluten-Free Health Summit!

CLICK HERE to check it out

One of Jennifer’s objectives is to make the entire conversation about gluten sensitivity accessible and understandable for you. She want to help you fill in the gaps of knowledge that keep you from feeling informed and empowered to advocate for yourself (and your family) with friends, family and even health practitioners.

And forget the “doctor speak” and science jargon that might make your head spin.  All of the conversations will be framed around making sure that you can understand them as well as the major ramifications of living gluten-free that you might not hear about very often.

CLICK HERE to see the speakers and topics

What’s so great about the Women’s Gluten-Free Health Summit is that it’s completely online and free to attend! You can listen from the comfort of your own home or in the car taking the kids to their after school activities.

Please join me in attending this incredible event that’s going to give you the confidence and practical steps to make your next steps with your health truly count!

CLICK HERE to register for free!


Recent Posts

Start typing and press Enter to search