Having a gluten sensitivity is much like that hilarious Chitty Chitty Bang Bang song "POSH!". An evil king captures a sweet, senile old man and drags him away in an OUTHOUSE hanging from a zeplin. But in his mind, the old man is off to live the "posh posh traveling life".
Feeling like prisoners in a wheat-laden world--we may not have free-run of prepackaged goodies and foods; but we can still enjoy POSH homemade treats, good health and no more midnight trips to the outhouse!
Cheaper than a trip to Starbucks, this drink is awesome! I don't know about you, but I HAVE been glutened unintentionally by Starbucks and with this drink--which comes in a few different flavors--that won't happen. The Mocha was incredible and the Chai was delectable. It was hard to decide on which flavor to pick. Thank you Bolthouse Farms!!
I LOVE that they even list that the soy they use is not genetically modified. That's hard to come by these days. And look! It says right there on the bottle that it's gluten free!! Whoohoo!
How did they know what we wanted?
Feeling good is such an amazing thing. Those who DO feel good, take it for granted and those who don't would give anything to feel good again. At one time in my life, I heard someone say that popping Tylenol and Ibuprofen for headaches all the time was a bad solution because if you're having headaches, there's a reason and you need to figure out what it is. I thought that was ridiculous. Headaches are SO normal. Everyone has headaches all the time! But now I realize that it's not normal or okay. When I went gluten free, I stopped having constant headaches. That, to me, is an indication that headaches are often caused by food intolerances, allergies and sensitivities. Either by irritating our bodies directly or causing mal-absorption and nutrient deficiencies. Once I became more nourished and stopped eating gluten (reverse that order!) my headaches and fuzzy head feelings were gone.
Don't underestimate feeling good. Or feeling bad. Maybe there's a reason.