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  1. Kellie L

    First Timer-January 6th

    Hi All, Excited to be starting the Whole 30 AIP January 6th. I am a 34 year old RN from Wisconsin and have been struggling with a host a vague complaints for the last several years. I was officially labeled "probable MS" this summer after showing multiple brain lesions on my MRI which fueled in depth research, reading, stressing and mass information overload. I've read Wheat Belly, Minding my Mitochondria and the MS Diet for Women which all share a general theme (diet matters, eliminate wheat and processed foods) but vary in the specifics. As a result, I have made significant dietary changes since September 2013 but am having a hard time choosing a specific program to follow (which makes establishing boundries impossible) and lack the knowledge/patience/understanding to formulate my own at this time. The Whole 30 is appealing because of the support and clear outline provided as well as the short time frame to start. I need to meet a goal to fuel my success and think this is just what I need:)