Last week, I hosted a giveaway for Dr. Jill’s Go Grain-Free E-course. Today, I’m going to announce the winner. But first, I wanted you all to meet one of the most down-to-earth, straight-shooting, knowledgeable health practitioners that I’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting — Dr. Jill Tieman.
Jill is a clinical nutritionist and chiropractor who runs a practice in New York. She specializes in healing dietary protocols like the Specific Carbohydrate Diet (SCD), the Gut and Psychology Syndrome Diet (GAPS), and Paleo/Primal Diets. Over the past 15 years of interacting with patients, she’s amassed quite a wealth of experiential knowledge — including recipes.
She’s also the chapter leader of her local Weston A Price Foundation chapter. She lectures in her local community on Nutrition, Alternative Health Care, and Women’s Health issues. And, she’s putting her experience to good use by teaching the Go Grain-Free E-course.
When asked why she’s teaching this e-course, Dr. Jill writes:
When I started on my grain-free journey there were not a lot of teaching tools available. I had to “reinvent the wheel,” so to speak. Cooking with non-grain flours is quite different than grain flours, and being unable to use any additives or refined sugars was also a challenge. Sourcing the appropriate ingredients was difficult as well. Learning to cook this way took a lot of time, money, mistakes and frustration.
She created this e-course so you can learn from her mistakes, learn from her patients’ mistakes, and learn from her expertise.
In the Go Grain-Free E-course, you’ll learn how to:
- Make grain-free breakfasts and lunches
- Bake with grain-free alternative flours like almond flour and coconut flour
- Create grain-free snacks like granola bars and energy bars
She’s packed a ton of information into 12 lessons — more than 150 recipes, 80 video tutorials, and a mountain of printed materials you can take with you into your kitchen.
So, who won the giveaway?
Congratulations go out to Janelle! I’ve already emailed you to get the ball rolling for your free registration. I look forward to seeing you inside Dr. Jill’s class!
But, what if you didn’t win?
Hurry! Save $70 on enrollment.
Normally, the Go Grain-Free E-course sells for $199. For a limited time, it’s being offered at a low introductory rate of just $149.
But, if you use coupon code NOGRAINS, you can save an additional $20 and bring the price down to just $129. That’s a $70 savings!
Here’s the catch.
This coupon expires one week from now on October 6, 2012. It will never be offered again.
Click here to use coupon code NOGRAINS to save $70 on your enrollment in Go-Grain Free!
Does this sound like you?
Are you or your loved ones already eating gluten-free, wondering if perhaps going grain-free might improve your health? Are you trying to lose weight or fix hormonal issues, and you’ve heard good things about how a grain-free diet can help? Do you routinely suffer from digestive discomfort, IBS, Chron’s disease, or another digestive disorder? Are you perfectly healthy, but tired of all the work that it’s involved in preparing grains “properly”; has mastering sourdough, sprouting whole grain kernels, grinding your own flour, and finding recipes using soaked whole grain flour gotten tiresome?
If you’re at all interested in going grain-free, don’t you owe it to yourself to check out the Go Grain-Free E-course while you’ve still got a shot at saving all this money?
I read the “Does This Sound Like You” section and many of those items sound familiar, but recently I’ve been exposed to the idea that aggressively eating carbs–grains in particular–is curative for hormonal issues. (RRARFing or something like that. . .) Could you explain more fully the idea that grain free eating is curative for hormonal issues? I’d love to gather more info!
I think it seriously depends on what your hormonal issues are. Some respond well to going low-carb; others respond well to eating more grains. Short of going to a really good naturopath or D.O. who is willing to measure your hormone levels throughout the day to help diagnose your precise imbalance, the best way to know which category you fall into is to self-experiment. Do you feel better after a month of going low-carb, or worse? Do you feel better after a month of giving up grains, or worse?
I would love to give a more detailed answer, but I really think that’d be quite lengthy and more like the subject of several posts rather than a quick answer in the comments.