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Share Your Gluten Free Stories

Were you scared? Worried? Did you feel lost with no answers? How did you overcome it? How much better is life now?

These are some of the questions that you will answer when you find yourself facing a gluten-free life. It is a story worth telling – in fact, all gluten-free stories are amazing and worth telling. That’s what Gluten Free 4 U wants to do. We have our own gluten-free story, but we want to hear yours. We want you to share your story with the gluten-free community, so together we can inspire the newly diagnosed with positive energy and enlighten others with ideas and support. Tell us about your inspiring gluten-free journey, so we can share it with our community. Let loose and share your story with us today!

Let loose and share your story with us today!


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Our recently published Gluten Free Stories 

My gluten free journey began in June 2014 when blood tests came back to say I was intolerant to Gluten.

I had problems with tiredness, excessive gas, indigestion and stomach cramps for many years.

When I was little, it was very common for me to have stomach aches and headaches and all the other painful side effects that I experience when I go off my gluten-free diet today.

It’s been just over 3 years since my 8 year son Henry was diagnosed with Celiac’s disease. His story started like so many other people with celiac – a myriad of seemingly unrelated symptoms, digestive woes, and fatigue….

It was a hard situation for myself when I was diagnosed with Coeliac Disease at the age of 16. However it was a relief for my family and I, considering I had years of a hampered lifestyle from discomfort to my daily energy levels.

Sometimes we just can’t imagine how good life could be or how great we can feel because we’ve never known better. I didn’t expect going gluten-free to change my world but it did.

My gluten-free journey started when I was 27, and my solution came by accident. Im now 48 and went through sever discomfort from the age of 27-30 years of age.