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Go Grain-Free eCourse Giveaway!!! ($199 Value)

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Pretty Soon, They’ll Be Gone

The four letters on my keyboard, that is. You or your toddler is chronically constipated? G-A-P-S. Oh, you meant chronic diarrhea? ADHD? Eczema? Allergies? Autism? Autoimmune disorders?  Well then, I’d like to change my answer to G-A-P-S.

Now, I don’t give advice about specific situations and I don’t believe there is a one size fits all solution, but it is truly amazing how many people could benefit from a grain-free healing protocol such as the GAPS diet.

Could You Be One Of Them?

Maybe this is a better question: Have you, at one time or another, commit some pretty horrendous crimes against your body — avalanches of MSG, GMO’s, excitotoxins, rancid oils and food coloring? I did.

Are you currently struggling with acne, adrenal fatigue, food allergies, chronic pain, nutritional deficiencies and other problems? Oh yeah, been there too!

For many of us, returning to traditional foods will bring a drastic improvement in health, but it may not be able to completely right the damage we have done to our internal ecosystems. Fortunately, there is a whole movement out there focused on soothing, healing, and balancing the world within. With chocolate pie. And sandwich cookies. And apple tarts.

Oh Yes!

If you’ve been thinking about going grain-free for awhile, now is your chance to do it right! My friend Dr. Jill Tieman (aka Real Food Forager) just launched Go Grain Free, a 12-week class that will show you how to skip the “gluten-free” trap and learn to make your own healthy waffles, pizza crusts, snack bars, granola and more. All recipes are compatible with gut-healing diets, such as GAPS and SCD,

So, are you in? Great! Dr. Jill is giving away one spot in the class to one of you! For a chance to win check out the details below. But first, a little inspiration . . .

Chocolate Freezer Pie With Hazelnut Crust

Carrot Muffins

Pecan Crusted Grouper

Sandwich Wraps

And A Few Words From Dr. Jill . . .

How To Enter

It’s simple! Just submit your entries via Rafflecopter below. If the entry says “like me on Facebook” or “sign up for my newsletter” and you already do that counts!

Note: Dr. Jill is offering $70 off her class right now with the coupon code NOGRAINS. This takes the class from $199 to only $127. If you don’t want to pay more later you can sign up here and your money will be refunded if you win.

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This contest will end Sept 24th at midnight EST. The winner will be chosen via rafflecopter. The winner will be announced on Sept 24th on my blog. Winner will have 48 hours to contact meand claim their prize. No purchase necessary to win.

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162 Responses to Go Grain-Free eCourse Giveaway!!! ($199 Value)

  1. Kristin says:

    We’re moving closer and closer to being grain free, but it’s mostly by eating things that are naturally grain free. Boy do I miss baked goods. I would love to learn how to make baked goods without grain! :)

  2. Summer says:

    I’d like to try grain free to help with food allergies and digestive issues.

  3. Ashley Boyd says:

    We went grain-free in June for our son. He has hyperactivity and hasn’t been growing well. After full nutritional testing and a ton of research on nutrition, we discovered he doesn’t absorb protein well. After learning that grains have enzyme inhibitors, we looked into the GAPS diet, and decided to try grain-free first. It has been amazing the difference we’ve seen in him! Not to mention, my husband dropped 15 lbs in 3 weeks. We’ve pretty much decided that we will probably never add grains back in to our diet at home. That being said…. I could really use some recipe ideas! Chicken and veggies is getting old!

  4. kristi says:

    Thank you for all you do. We are gluten free but still eat a lot of processed foods :(

  5. Aubrey says:

    I’m excited to learn to cook for my autistic brother-in-law!

  6. Holly says:

    I would love to win this course! I have been wanting to go grain free for a while now, but I don’t have the energy to research everything on my own. This would be a great way to get “spoon fed.”

  7. Carmen Erickson says:

    I have been experimenting with grain free eating because of food allergies and hormonal issues.

  8. Alisha says:

    Ever since going grain free I have felt so much better in the digestion department. My weight has also been consistent for the FIRST time ever! I feel like I have more energy and can run comfortably for the first time in my life. My husband is also loving it and I love that my son isn’t full of grains and never gets constipated!

  9. WhimsyMom says:

    I went undiagnosed for over 30 years and I am just now ready to admit that the last 4 years of being militant in my gfree diet isn’t enough….I think I’m finally ready to take the leap!

  10. Angie W says:

    I’m excited to try grain free and see if I can heal my body of some hormonal issues.

  11. deb baker says:

    I really think the grain free route is the answer I’ve been looking for. It’s a little daunting but I think with help from this course I can do it!!

  12. susana says:

    This give away would be a blessing for me as i am struggling to go grain free due to lack of variety.I am having hypothyroidism and also (obese ) weight issues hence this course will help me tremendously.I need to loose weight to start family and the clock is ticking.Thanks

  13. Rebecca says:

    I’ve been looking very seriously into GAPS for naturally treating my depression. I’ve been on antidepressants for more than a decade and I still don’t feel right. My intuition is telling me it’s time to try something different. I stick to a real food diet most of the time but I’m terrified of going grain-free. I definitely need some guidance!

  14. Lesley Neel Clinton via FB says:

    Hi Heather! I had so much success going primal when I was pregnant with my youngest, but now with three little ones, it’s harder than ever to keep up with the research, sourcing of quality food, and food prep. I’m looking for ways to make grain-free work for my family. I think the eCourse is just the thing to get me wired! The pics of the food look ah-mazing! I entered the giveaway…crossing my fingers!

  15. Lesley says:

    Heather, I just bought and read Nourished Baby, and it’s so timely and helpful for me! I asked my grassfed beef vendor for some marrow bones, and the first thing I’m going to make is that phenomenal looking marrow custard. I want my third baby to be healthy, healthy, healthy from the start! Don’t want to pass on my PCOS to her! Thanks for your help!

  16. Beth says:

    We eat real food but I think going grain free is our next step to really being healthy. With a little one I want to start him off on the right foot!

  17. Amy says:

    My daugher and I are dealing with stomach and food intolerance issues. I don’t know exactly what to do to overcome it, but I know healing our bodies with foods is the answer. We don’t want to take any medicines!

  18. mindy says:

    would love help solidfying our grain-free attempts to help with allergies & energy and my adrenal fatigue!

  19. Sara G. says:

    This course sounds great!

  20. Reva says:

    I’ld love to learn about some quick recipes for the I-am-so-hungry-that-I-need-to-eat-this-very-instant times! Usually when I end up hungry I just eat what I can find and then feel guilty – so would love to cook ahead/store stuff for these situations! Thanks :)

  21. Angela says:

    I have UC and while on GAPS have seen positive results. There is such a learning curve to being on GAPS & look forward to having someone walk me thru it!

  22. Loretta E says:

    I’d actually want my sister to take this class. She is dealing with more health issues than me and knows for a fact that she can’t handle gluten. It seems like a gut issue, and it would be awesome for her to have some additional guidance.

  23. Hayley says:

    I’m in the process of going grain free (slowly transitioning) in order to heal my health issues.

  24. shanna boatler says:

    i feel i have ongoing issues that relate to eating grains…i’m curious to see if going grain-free will help! i’d also like my daughter to eat less grains in her diet so any recipe i can find that she’ll eat without being full of grains will be great:)

  25. Good luck, Lesley Neel Clinton!!!

  26. Oh, Heather! We need this so bad! I’m up to here with our constnt food allergies and wondering what I fed my daughter when her bowel movements change. Add to it the fact that we just discovered a genetic liver disorder in my husbands family. Grain free can save our lives! I’ve just gt to learn. How to make it. :)

  27. Jill says:

    This post was the first time I had heard of grain-free helping with adrenal fatigue. Now I am really interested!

  28. amy says:

    Ive been grain free for 1 week now and i need to learn how to make more foods to keep at it!!

  29. Susan H says:

    My family has experienced some levels of improved health with some change we’ve already made, but we realize we would like to go further. This course would give us so many tools to help us achieve our goals.

  30. Kayla Danelle says:

    We’ve been doing grainfree for a couple years now but I’m a learning junky and always love to learn more – especially more recipes!!

  31. Kelsey says:

    I want to go grain free because I want to feel well again. I’ve had so many issues with my body since having babies and I want to be able to feel good again and enjoy life. I was finally diagnosed with an autoimmune disorder last week, but I am excited because I finally have the confirmation that there is a problem! It’s not just in my head! I know that grain free is what my body needs, I’m just intimidated to commit.

  32. We are interested in learning more about living grain free! We already do so, but can always use more encouragement and recipes.

  33. Candace says:

    I have a 5-month-old daughter and I want to give her the best possible start health-wise (and in every other area, of course!). I am currently grain-free while I’m nursing and she will be til she’s at least a year old.

  34. Elizabeth says:

    My goal is to become a grain-free domestic goddess and you know, just be able to master it to the point of it being second nature so I can stop relying on using unsprouted grains!

  35. I’ve been looking into going grain free to deal with a whole bunch of health issues I’ve been having. (I actually emailed you.♥ ) Thanks for a great giveaway!

  36. Amanda N. says:

    We’re on GAPS now and I need more recipes!

  37. Serena says:

    I’m in the process of healing my body after being sick for a few years, and having a completely grain free kitchen would help me.

  38. Heidi says:

    I would love to win this give away! I am wanting to get the family on gaps, and I don’t know where to start. This course looks like it would be so beneficial!

  39. caroline says:

    I’m leading the charge in my family of putting everyone on GAPS so it would be wonderful to have a wide resource of grain free recipes while on it :)

  40. Katrina says:

    I enjoy this blog tremendously, it has helped me from everything from food to sunscreen to magnesium issues. Thanks.

  41. Michele H says:

    Trying to improve hubby’s health who is getting progressively sicker and relying on Rx meds. Hoping to convince him his health is in his hands and to join me on my real food journey.

  42. Jessica says:

    Doing gaps to heal environmental allergies….would love this class!

  43. Amanda says:

    Our family has reduced our grain intake and I feel it has been beneficial for all of us.
    It would be great to go a bit further and eliminate grains for a time!

  44. martine says:

    To be able to walk again an play with my kids like you!

  45. Jeanie says:

    We are grain free and would love to learn more dinner planning and recipes.

  46. Stephanie W. says:

    I’ve been trying to do the GAPS diet recently and have decided to try staying away from grains for a while, too. Her class and recipes sound very helpful and good! Thank you!

  47. samW says:

    I think it would be beneficial to my daughter who has constipation & bloating issues

  48. Tori L. says:

    I have an aunt I’d really like to help!

  49. Cathy says:

    I do have bloating problems. I’d like to know more about grain free cooking.

  50. Eponbak says:

    This will be just what I need to help me get going down this path again for my family (after my baby is born in December). I think we all could benefit from trying grain free for awhile. These recipes look tasty and I’m excited to try them.

  51. Dawn says:

    Two of my kids have food allergies and I recently have been dealing with geographic tongue brought on by overconsumption of grains. I love to cook and am excited to learn to do it grain-free.

  52. Carolyn b says:

    My third daughter who is currently breastfeeding, spits up when I eat most grains. After talking to her pediatrician, I suspect my

  53. Carolyn b says:

    (silly phone) anyways, I suspect my other kids might have sensitivities as well. I need to learn to cook with alternative flours and have a bunch of new recipes that work!

  54. Collette Bowen says:

    I would like our family to be in better health and not be intimidated on cooking grain-free! Would love this soooo much!!!!

  55. Sonia says:

    I am so excited about this giveaway! We are currently in the process of transitioning to GAPS because of food allergies and eczema, and I’ve been a little overwhelmed by it all — this looks like a great tool! I’m particularly excited about the money-saving tips and the grain free lunch wraps.

  56. Nancy D says:

    My family has health issues that indicate we need to go grain free. It’s tough! I need all the help I can get. This class would be great to win.

  57. Kirsten says:

    We are a family of 7 who are gluten free. We went off gluten when I was diagnosed with celiac disease, but we are definitely not grain free. I already struggle with organizing myself to cook for my family but I want to do more gut healing with my whole family for a number of reasons. Endocrine issues, anxiety, skin problems, weight etc. I could definitely use more support in making this work for us.

  58. Therese T. says:

    This sounds neat; Genevieve from Mama Natural talked about it earlier too; I still struggle with rice, and baking gluten-free is still difficult. I’d like to learn how to be the cook in the household and do it grain-free!

  59. Amy says:

    I NEED to be grain free but beans and raw nuts are not an option in my diet. I’d LOVE to do the class but worry that these ingredients are staples.

  60. Lori G. says:

    I would like to go grain free for mine and my families health. I have fibromyalgia and Celiac, 3 of my children also have CD. I would like to know how to go grain free on a budget with a large family.

  61. Sonya says:

    I want to go grain free for my own health, and for my childrens health. I have thyroid issues and am ALWAYS soooo tired – I never have enough energy to keep up. My 5 year old son has been diagnosed with autism and my 3 year old daughter is being evaluated for the same. I want to learn the absolute best way to prepare our food to improve our health. I read so many articles, but things make more sense when I can ‘see’ them in action. Winning this course would be like Christmas for me! Thanks for the chance :)

  62. AnnMarie Deis says:

    I was told that I have a blood allergy to wheat (not gluten), and I am interested in going grain-free because there are significant health benefits to doing so, the least of which is outlined in a book I read (Ramiel Nagel’s “Cure Tooth Decay.”) I could certainly use an webinar to give me much needed information and motivation to go grain free once and for all! :)

  63. Natalie says:

    I would love to have more options while on GAPS

  64. Lauren Cheney says:

    We are swiftly moving towards going grain-free. Between us, my family has food allergies, eczema, adrenal issues and an auto-immune disorder. It’s awful! I know we need to do this “next step”, but it’s hard to face the learning curve, especially with little ones (who love to throw “curves” every day!). This course looks wonderful. Thanks for the chance!

  65. Natalie says:

    I plan on making grain free a way of life. I noticed great changes in my health and am looking forward to learning more.

  66. Karen says:

    Trying to recover from Chronic Lyme (over 30 years before diagnosis) and anything that will help with that is a good idea! Bartonella seems mostly under control, but I could use tools to keep it under control long term and/or really get the upper hand, plus, lowering inflammation is essential. :^)

  67. Mel says:

    My husband, son, and I all have some skin issues and I think going grain-free might be a great way to see if we can’t lesson or get rid of our sensitivities.

  68. Jennifer Clark says:

    Hi Heather! Thank you for this class giveaway! We have been grain-free for 1 year and we love it! My son has autism and he is getting better! I always need more recipes though! Thanks again!

  69. Christa says:

    I would like to see if the joint issues I’m having could be solved by going grains-free. I would love to win the e-course. I was just looking at it yesterday!

  70. Angela says:

    Because we are trying not very succesfully to go grain free to try to reduce a whole host of symptoms

  71. Michelle says:

    I would like to see my family go grain free for the sake of our health and well-being. I have chronic pain and my hubby has Diabetes. I know our lives would dramatically improve if I learned how to prepare healthier, grain-free foods.

  72. KaraL says:

    My family is 3 months into the GAPS diet, so we could definitely benefit from this class. I’m especially interested in expanding my stash of recipes, learning some money saving tips, and ideas on cooking in bulk.

  73. vanessa says:

    looks awesome!

  74. Bridgette says:

    I’ve been doing a form of GAPS/Paleo for the last 2 years now and know it’s the only way I’ll ever eat again!

  75. Hannely says:

    I’m interested in going grain-free because I find that grains don’t make us feel better, and we really rely on them too much. I’m SO interested in this course!

  76. Kelly says:

    We are a GAPS family & I’m always looking for new (quick & easy) recipes! Love the recipes I’ve gotten from here, they are so tasty that my kids don’t feel like they’re missing out on any unhealthy food :)

  77. Rv says:

    I know my daughters need this diet but it is so overwhelming to me to get started. Their eczema and tummy issues are off the charts.

  78. Karibeth Soto says:

    I would like to learn about GAPS and how to adapt it to my son’s allergies. He is allergic to gluten, dairy, soy, legumes, corn, eggs, shellfish, peanuts and tree nuts. My son has autism, so I think he could benefit from it. Nut allergies make me wonder if we could successfully do it, though…

  79. Aimee Greenman says:

    Two of my children have asthma and allergies and I suffer from candida. We have tried going grain free before but I find it very difficult. I would live to learn from someone who has walked the path in real life.

  80. Tamara says:

    My family has been grain-free ever since a very good friend of mine was diagnosed with celiac. I helped her research what being a celiac means, and in the process found all of the horrible repercussions of eating modern day wheat. I researched a bit further and found that if I want to make the best choices for my children and my family then we need to follow a grain-free diet. We are still striving to be 100%, but find certain days to be difficult. It does take a lot of time and planning, and while I believe it is completely worth it, it is frustrating when my children don’t like something I make and don’t understand why we are grain-free. Having a plan would save me a lot of time and headache, I believe. Thank you.

  81. Julie B says:

    We have been grain free for a couple of months. Introduced homemade broths, fermented veggies and kombucha. Huge differences in our health are started and continuing!

  82. Sarah says:

    Would love to learn how to cook grain free I struggle with severe acne, digestive issues and fatigue.

  83. Jennifer Brown says:

    I’ve developed eczema on my hands after switching to a Real Food diet and it is a chronic annoyance. I want it to go away! I also feel like I can’t keep my thoughts straight, and I’m not sure if it’s because I am busy with three kids 4 and under or if it is because I’m not as healthy as I should be. I really want to experience myself at my best… Now if only someone would do all of the hard work for me.

  84. Jamie says:

    I went on GAPS intro, but then I didn’t keep it up. I would love to have some great recipes and suggestions for how to maintain the diet!

  85. Jennifer V says:

    This couldn’t be more timely. I was just diagnosed hypothyroid via hashimotos, have chronic pain and inflammation and am a mom of 2 girls, 5 years and 7 months. I’m exhausted all the time and live off caffeine. My doctor just suggested going gluten-free. This looks even better. This class will be a great motivator. Thank you!

  86. Shan says:

    My 7yo daughter is quickly becoming sensitive to wheat. So I would like to be able to offer tasty alternatives to mainstream wheat products.

  87. Alexa says:

    I’ve been going grain free for a couple of months, but that was three years ago. I felt wonderful. Since then I’ve been sliding back into old habits and my weight has been going up again dramatically. It’s hard to get back into the groove, but I feel like I have constant inflamation in my body and my thyroid is acting up again. I need to change something now!

  88. Melanie Stewart says:

    My daughter has a condition called Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis and can’t eat any dairy or soy. I have IBS and have recently been put on daily medication and also decided to try gluten free. The more I read about grain free, the more interested, I become.

  89. Heather says:

    I have been considering grain-free eating for a while now as another step towards GAPS for my husband suffering with colitis. This would be an awesome resource for me to take the next steps.

  90. Katherine says:

    I would like to heal a couple of cavities in my teeth and I’ve heard that going completely grain free is a great way to do that…

  91. Jennifer says:

    We’re on GAPS right now for my oldest two sons’ allergies and my hypothyroidism, and I’m always looking for new GAPS recipes!

  92. sarah says:

    I notice weight gain & energy loss when I eat un-soaked grains. I imagine it’d be better yet to be grain free. With 3 kids under 5, its a bit overwhelming right now. A course would be a great break-down@!

  93. Jill Bundschuh says:

    Would be ecstatic to win this! Having a hard time with GAPS (kiddos not going for the food) and I feel this would make a dramatic positive difference in quality of life for two of my children. Keeping my fingers crossed that I win;)

  94. Christine Hubel says:

    We’ve been doing GAPS for 3 months, and I’d love to learn more about grain-free foods.

  95. MomLadyOR says:

    Went GF, DF & egg free in May 2012, but learning I need to be grain free, not just gluten to heal my body. Thanks for all you do!! Great information!

  96. Stacee says:

    I’m looking forward to the different flours. I have IBS and breads and baked goods tend to be some of my biggest trigger foods.

  97. Shaundra says:

    Already been grain free on GAPS for 2 months! Feeling a lot better already:)

  98. Abbey says:

    I’m already subscribed and all that great stuff, still hoping to win!! :D

  99. Marsha says:

    I am already doing SCD. This would be GREAT if I could win the Grain Free Class. Knowledge is half the battle and with more tips, tricks and recipes it would make it so much easier especially when my body just wants to give out or I want to give up which is not an option.
    Love your site.

  100. Judy says:

    I’m going grain free because I’m on the GAPS diet.

  101. Katie says:

    My mom had one of the worst autoimmune diseases ever- ALS..but it has led my life on this amazing path of learning how to heal my own family- food allergies, eczema, psoriasis, colic. And now I am donating grain and dairy free breastmilk to a struggling 2 month old baby. It’s like the whole planet has this sickly inflamation- caused by our “grain lifestyle.” We need to get back to our tribal, primitive, ancestral roots! Jill’s class looks like a blessing for us busy moms!

  102. Aimee says:

    My husband has some serious gut issues. We are GF, but need to take it to the next level!

  103. Raquel says:

    I would love to try this!!

  104. EVe says:

    I almost grain free (gluten free currently) and on my way to GAPS to heal food allergies/intolerances in my family and get healthier for pregnancy!

  105. Erin Turntine says:

    Going grain free will help my daughter who has many allergies, one being wheat.

  106. Jana says:

    Although we’ve been real food devotees for many years now, I would like us to try going grain-free to heal up some persistent health issues. I think this might be the missing key for us.

  107. Emile says:

    My daughter has an auto-inflammatory illness that I think this might help.

  108. Cara says:

    I have recently gone grain free and Paleo because I had digestion issues & now I am slowly trying to convert my family as well, I feel so much better!!

  109. Lela says:

    My husband is already mostly grain free and I want to raise my daughter to be less of a carb craver than me!

  110. Ceara says:

    I’d love help learning what products are best rather than buying products that taste awful.

  111. Joni Owada says:

    We have lots of allergies in our family. I would love to have more info on how to feed our family to help those allergies as well as improve our immune systems.

  112. Melanie says:

    I’ve been gearing up for gaps for nearly a year. It’s time to just do it! My 3 year-old has digestive issues and it underweight, I have eczema, my husband has gluten issues, and my toddler would eat bread and nothing else if I let him. We would really benefit from this diet.

  113. Sarilyn says:

    Hoping to cure my eczema and improve my family’s overall health!

  114. Tracey says:

    I have 2 boys with autism. One, more severe with gut issues. I also have 3 other children. I have tried to do the GAPS and SCD diet with both my boys, but to no avail. I have read almost everything about them both, but cannot maintain and be consistent with my cooking and preparation. The boys are already gluten and dairy free, but ingest a large amount of carbohydrates such as GF bread, rice, corn and gf cakes, cookies and pasta, so inturn, I think they have become allergic to these items to….Please help…I thoroughly need the motivation and guidance to help my boys and also the rest of my family. (they have some digestive issues too, but refuse to acknowledge them because they don’t want to miss out on any “real” food.
    Thank you in advance!
    Tracey M.

  115. Anna says:

    My motivation to go grain free is to heal my son’s “allergies” and eczema.

  116. Carrie says:

    I hope I can get rid of my eczema by going grain-free!

  117. Jessica says:

    We’ve been grain free for GAPS and need to start up again b/c of yeast issues.

  118. Shereen says:

    Really interested for my brother, who has some intestinal issues…

  119. Rachael m says:

    I would love to go grain-free since we do have digestive issues sometimes over here. I’m having eczema as well and would love to get healthier .

  120. My daughter is sick of being sick. we’re planning to start GAPS once this new baby shows up on the scene.

  121. Rachael m says:

    oh my I saw the video! I would very much love to start cooking so much more wholesome for my family! I have no idea how to cook well and this would be amazing. we could lose weight and just be happier.

  122. Deanna says:

    We have been eating WAPF for while now, but still need further healing… We plan on staritng the GAPS diet asap. Thank you for all your time & hard work :)

  123. Ashlie says:

    So happy to have found your website. Looking forward to working out a variety of ailments with dietary changes. Thanks for all your wonderful information. You are an inspiration!

  124. Melissa says:

    I am a certified personal trainer and group exercise instructor that has in the past few years become completely fascinated by nutrition. I think going grain-free might actually be the solution to my problems. I am anxious to give it a try, and if it works, you better believe I will be promoting the heck out of you and Jill on my website! Fingers crossed!

  125. Terra says:

    I would love to learn more about this!

  126. megan says:

    Good Day! I cannot begin to tell you what a blessing this will be to the winner. Our family has tested positive for sugar and grain sensitivities. As a result, all five of us have some sort of stomach discomfort and it an attempt to resolve the issues, we have attempted grain free recipes.
    Unfortunately, I have wasted so much time and money doing things the wrong way. And it has become a point of contention in our lives as now we get so stressed out about what we should be eating. I pray for the day when we are back in control of the food instead of allowing the food to control us. I am looking for peace and balance and the joy of eating to return. Your class looks like the right tool to get us there. Thank you for the opportunity! :)

  127. Michelle says:

    I have sturggled with depression and just started the GAPS for me and my 18 month old toddler who has struggled with her weight and has some sensory issues…she looks brighter,bigger and happier..I am looking forward to learning how to best feed her good meals, take care of my family and myself without breaking the bank!! :)

  128. Lucy says:

    What a great giveaway. I wish I could get the entire family to go grain free!

  129. Becca says:

    I’m really interested in the grain-free wrap! That would be fantastic!

  130. Becca says:

    I’m already grain-free but I get bored sometimes and am looking to add to my repertoire.

  131. Jennifer says:

    My family and I are starting the GAPS diet next month to hopefully help with some weird skin issues, dairy allergies, behavioral problems and psoriasis. Going grain-free is part of the plan.all the ideas I can get the better!

  132. Cee says:

    I’m intent on going grain-free after having my gallbladder removed, complications following that, and unresolved digestive issues. Thank you!

  133. Naphtali says:

    I want to go grain free because I am ALWAYS exhausted. I really think it will make a difference!

  134. Lisa says:

    We are trying to limit grains in our family, and would love some tips and recipe ideas

  135. […] to learn how to transform some of your families staples into grain-free goodies, too? Sign up to win a spot in Dr. Jill’s upcoming 12-week class on going grain-free, where you’ll learn how to […]

  136. Lilah says:

    I think my hubby could really benefit from a grain-free diet. I’d love to learn how to prepare grain-free meals that the whole family would love.

  137. Tonia Hlavac says:

    I’ve been trying to do the GAPS diet for about 3 months, but with our busy schedules and some family members who just aren’t ready to take the plunge it’s been a bit of a struggle. I often end up making 2 meals every time we sit down to eat (one for me and one for the rest of the family). I would really like to find some menu options that everyone could enjoy.

  138. Kimberly Alecia says:

    Looking forward to Jull!

  139. Charity says:

    I want to go grain-free to heal up my food allergies.

  140. Gwen B. says:

    I would be so grateful to get this education. When we’re grain free my whole family seems different. Our weight drops, our moods stabilize and our energy elevates. My son’s ADD is improved and our excema disappears. The problem I have sticking to this is mostly because I work and commute and help with sports and homework for the kids. I need to learn how to make healthy more fast and convenient. The other problem is that I’m married to a professional Chef with some strong food ideas. I need to learn how to bowl his critical tastebuds right over! I know that making this change would save our lives but I desperately need some guidance, training and brainstorming. Thanks in advance.

  141. Amanda Seymour says:

    I feel better when I don’t eat grains so I have been considering doing GAPS. THis course would be an awesome way to learn all about it in one place!

  142. Rachel K says:

    We are on the GAPS diet, so I am very interested in this class. I would love to know more about nut flours so I can convert my own recipes. I’m also interested in her ideas for breakfasts and snacks, as well as the recipe for the lunch wraps. Yum!

  143. Alex Sullivan says:

    I want to go grain free to heal my almost five year old’s gut imbalance. He loves dairy products, but after years of abuse to his stomach he is lactose intolerant. He also has behavioral issues relative his grain intake and I know how sluggish I feel whenever I eat more than a small amount of grain. We are traditional eaters, but even Properly prepared grains can’t erase the years of gut abuse. This claw would be an amazing opportunity for us that I’m not sure well otherwise get. We live modestly so that I can stay home with our children. A course like this would be sub a blessing :)

  144. Corey says:

    I have been exploring alternative dietary changes because my two year old has been suffering from severe reflux and repetitive croup episodes (14 in his two years on earth). He recently had esopahgeal biopsies and now we are faced with the possibility of multiple other procedures as well as some really unpleasant testing while we work to eliminate the cause of the problems he has been having. I’m so certain that I can help his body heal itself through diet. I would love to take this course.

  145. Heather Brandt says:

    We are already grain-free but it’s been very difficult for my 5 year old and we need more ideas. He is technically on GAPS diet (since January).

  146. Sheridan says:

    Our family has been grain-free on the GAPS protocol since June 2011, so course like this excites me as I am constantly on the lookout for new recipes!

    For anyone else looking to go grain-free, you can do it! I am a mother of 4 young girls (7, 5, 4, 22mths) and my hubby and I decided it wouldn’t hurt to try GAPS after our 2nd daughter was diagnosed on the autism spectrum. We have seen remarkable changes with her understanding, comprehension, demeanor, her physical body (no more diarrhea(!!), her pasty skin is not so pasty anymore and we are finally day toilet trained!) which I believe has a lot more to do with our diet than the traditional interventions we are taking part in. :).

  147. Lydia says:

    We were going grain free because my husband wanted to try paleo. Now we are grain free because it has given us both more energy, more patience, and helps with the “terrible twos”.

  148. Tammy B says:

    I always seem to mess up when trying to sprout beans, so I would really love some pointers on what to do differently. :)

  149. Tammy B says:

    We are wanting to try grain-free due to allergies.

  150. Erin TB says:

    After just going grain-free this summer I feel like I’ve been wasting a lot of time reinventing the wheel but have no one to show me the tricks I need to know. Can’t wait to learn and get that wasted time back.

  151. Jasmine says:

    We have been gluten free for a while, I would love to reduce the amount of grains in our diet

  152. I am going grain-free because I have had sensitivities refined sugar, dairy and wheat that show through eczema on my hands and acne, so I would like to heal my body to get rid of the acne and be able to eat dairy again and not have to turn down dinner invites.


  153. Renee says:

    There are so many reasons I want to grain free. Cavities in everyone from myself and hubby including my 5 children, ages 11mo to 10 years. Behavioral issues such as ADHD, OCD and the like. Allergies. Asthma. Proclivity to hives. Boy, I’d love it, but just can’t spend the $$ on the class, so winning would make it that much easier. Thanks for sponsoring!

  154. Nikki says:

    My oldest daughter has gut dysbiosis, and needs to heal! We are planning to start GAPS this fall, and this class would be extremely helpful as we prepare.

  155. Sheila-Ann says:

    I would love to go grain free in my baking. We are grain free with cooking, but I am totally stumped when it comes to baking!

  156. April says:

    I have started going grain free but find it hard to avoid that afternoon cookie. I need help having more healthy foods on hand that I can snack on and keep my energy up so I can keep up with my toddler.

  157. Amy W. says:

    I have issues with my digestion that I know can be healed with a grain free diet. I also feel that my husband and kids would benefit from a grain free diet as well.

  158. Carissa says:

    Would love to learn more!

  159. Jeremy says:

    My wife talks about going grain free all the time. I know that she would love this course and it would be good for my family.

  160. Julie B. says:

    I have a BAD stomach. I have had HPylori twice and can hardly eat anything w/out horribly BAD stomach pain! I am scared to death! I just last week went to see a ENT Dr. because my throat is hurting so bad for a month and he said it was from the acid reflux and that I had to take pills inorder to ?cure? it as in antacids :( I need to do somehthing and quick :(

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