Food Warrior Series: The Long Tricky Road To Diagnosis w/ AndreAnna

July 18, 2012

AndreAnna of Life As A Plate eats a Paleo Diet to help manage her PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) and her overall health. (Her transformation has been incredible. See her tell her story here.) But when she changed her diet to manage her own health, she noticed a big change in her family as well. That started them all on a road through doctors visits, tests, one unnecessary operation, and more doctors. All of this, ultimately guided by her mother’s intuition and passion, would lead them (her husband, and two children) to be diagnosed with celiac disease. And as a result be healthier than they’ve ever been before.

Please watch her amazing story and share it widely and wildly.

If you like this episode then you may also like this other food warrior series episode with Alisa Fleming of and In it she talks about her life long dairy allergy, ending up in the emergency room, and how her husband’s support helped her make a life change that has transformed her life. Watch it here.

Or you may want to hear about my story. I talk about how I figured out my food allergies here.


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Sometimes vegan. Sometimes raw. Mostly paleo. Always gluten, grain, dairy, refined sugar, soy, and corn free) recipes for the very first time. On camera. Play with your food.

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  1. Alisa says:

    Amazing job with this video AndreAnna AND Lillian!! I’m glad AndreAnna likes to talk – she has a lot to say :)

  2. missysoupy says:

    This is a great little interview — thanks. I love AndreAnna, and her blog, and I love you, Lillian! You both make eating this way seem so fun and easy — a refreshing change from all of the Paleo dogma out there. Yay!

  3. Eden says:

    I’m so impressed with AndreAnna… for being a fighter as she kept looking for answers for herself and her family. And for sticking to a plan for all of them. Thanks for interviewing her and sharing her story with us.

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