Well, it’s back to school for the kiddies. That means, it’s back to teaching my Wednesday night Religious Education class. I’ve been preparing all my lesson plans and activities for my fourth graders all week; so, I haven’t had any time to do research or recipe creation for my blog.
When I first wrote this post, I was angry. I typed everything I was feeling, in it’s entirety. Then, instead of posting it, I decided to sleep on it. I actually let it sit, as a draft, for an entire week. By the time I reread the draft, I was no longer angry. Now, I can write with a level head.
I was angry because I saw what I perceived as a great injustice happening in the autoimmune paleo community. Because of my personal struggles with lupus, I understand that an autoimmune diet is one of the most important parts of healing. But, it’s not the only part. Those of us with life threatening or disabling autoimmune disease must also live an autoimmune lifestyle.
Unfortunately, it seems that all of us with autoimmune disease have been lumped together under one huge autoimmune umbrella. Continue reading “Careful Who You Trust for Autoimmune Paleo Advice”