After sharing a super personal post this past week all about the 7th anniversary since my last surgery (and exactly 5 years since changing my diet!) the messages, emails and comments began to pour in from hundreds of you. While I LOVE being able to connect with you one-on-one, I wanted to do something a little different to respond to all of the questions that would really help you so much more. That’s exactly where this Ask Me Anything – Episode 1 comes into play!
While I’m not always able to respond to every individual message that I receive, I do always read them. Here’s where I need YOUR HELP – If you find this Q&A video format helpful (or not) I’d LOVE for you to let me know in the comments below. If the majority of you find this helpful, then I’ll announce when these Ask Me Anything videos will be happening so that you can submit any and all of your questions to be answered by me!
I know just how easy it is to feel alone in your struggles, as I’ve felt that way in the past too – but I can promise you that you’re never alone. Within the hundreds of questions, there were only 7 common themes, all of which I answer in this video below!
I also brought my hubby, Mike, into this video (he’s also my incredibly talented videographer!) so that you’ll get 2 different opinions for every question. He knows my story better than anyone else, as he’s been THROUGH it with me over the past 15 years. There are no words for how much his support has shifted and changed my life for the better. I think you’ll love his input as well!
To break it down for you, here’s where you’ll find each question/answer in this video for Ask Me Anything Episode 1:
#1 (1:44) – How long did it take me to notice changes after switching my diet?
#2 (4:12) – What exactly do I eat? Do I eat 100% paleo?
#3 (6:38) – What supplements do I take?
#4 (7:36) – Do I struggle with nutrient absorption?
#5 (8:32) What was the ONE thing that made the biggest difference in my healing? Was it multiple factors?
#6 (12:14) How do I stay motivated despite slow progress/set backs?
#7 (18:00) How did I take that first step towards change?