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Another Update on My Student and Her Change of Diet

        Happy Saturday;

      I wanted to send out another update on my student and her body changes after going to a paleo type diet and staying away from gluten and some other foods. I got to chat with her yesterday and I asked her what things she thought had changed for her. She told me that her body was shrinking, she was losing weight, which made her happy, and that she could run easier than before and that her feet didn't hurt anymore when she ran.
She was very proud of herself and as mentioned earlier, she looks brighter and calmer and her appetite is lessened also.
She is a happy child, but she seems even happier with herself.
She again told me that her tummy didn't hurt unless she ate gluten stuff.
     This is all so amazing to me that a  proper change of diet  can so quickly change the body and how it works. She is content with her food and not wanting snacks, as I witnessed before with her.
      Unfortunately, I'm sure there are many more children out there who silently suffer from this same condition. They may suffer as she did with stomach aches, or they may have other symptoms that show up that effect their ability to study, or be less hyper or maybe they have another thing that appears to be "Just them," or "Just their personality."

      Foods that we crave, we are usually allergic to. When we are allergic to foods, the body hold water as a protection mechanism. Wrong foods also stimulate appetite wanting more of the foods that we are allergic to. When this is happening, the ability of the body to intake nutrients from food is lessening, therefore creating a bigger appetite as nutrients are not being taken from the current food eaten and seemingly the body is still hungry. Part of her program was also a large amount of vitamins to restore the nutrients that she had been missing. Such a huge
       Well, that's the good news for now! I'll keep you posted!
I have written an article on "The Three Things That the School System Doesn't Want You to Know." If you would like a FREE
COPY of that, please leave me your email address on my CONTACT US page or email me, and I will send you out a copy.

With Love,
Patt Condiotti

6 Comments to Another Update on My Student and Her Change of Diet:

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assignment writing assistance on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 11:25 PM
Change of diet is always important to bring variety of food in or body. This blog is created to tell the people about the changed diet and its benefits. We all should read this blog.
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resume edge on Friday, December 28, 2018 3:22 AM
Teachers are really the backbone of our children. I mean, of course, I aside from our parents, the next biggest contributor to our morals and valued are our teachers. As a teacher myself, I can say that it is a very fulfilling task. It has always been my life long dream to teach people. I just really want to impart my knowledge to others and give back to my Alma mater. Teaching is the best thing that ever happened in my life.

Martha on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 6:56 AM
Her Change of Diet is really impressive. It was such a great reading. I should try this one for me too. Love it. Although, I have read which is really awesome. Thanks anyway!
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best online paper writers on Thursday, January 3, 2019 8:25 PM
Our food nowadays has so many chemicals, we just eat what we want, not knowing that we are eating poison too. Junk and processed foods are examples of food with harmful chemicals. It's good to know that she changed her diet even though there are so many delicious foods to eat, you know a child loves to eat everything. At a young age, she disciplined herself to eat healthy despite of tempting delicious foods. Good job on posting this kind of blog, I hope you help a lot of children to eat healthy food.

trea on Sunday, November 25, 2018 9:57 PM
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