Sponsored Post: This post was created as part of the #LivingNowFoods 30 Day Gluten Free Challenge in which I am a financially compensated blogger ambassador for Living NOW Foods. The opinions are my own and based on my own experience.

Gluten Free, Grain Free Savory Quiche | WholeLifestyleNutrition.com

Gluten Free & Grain Free Savory Quiche

30 Day Gluten Free Challenge


Hey guys, did you see that we are doing a 30 day gluten free challenge?  Yep…you can read about it here!

As promised, I will share my gluten free recipes throughout the challenge. We are now in week 2 of the challenge!

If you missed week 1’s update that includes 3 incredibly amazing gluten free recipes, you can check out that post here.

From My Partners #LivingNowFoods


So as noted, I have joined forces with one of my partners: Living Now (Ad), and accepted a challenge to live 100% gluten free for 30 full days.

So many people think that living gluten free is super hard and that the food taste super bland! This could not be the furthest from the truth!

Gluten free foods and recipes can taste amazing and can be quite simple and easy to make in your own home.

Gluten Free All Purpose Flour Recipe Without Brown Rice | WholeLifestyleNutrition.com

Gluten Free All Purpose Flour Without Brown Rice Flour

Making Gluten Free Breads & Doughs


I hear it again and again, “But I miss my gluten free bread and doughs!”  What if I told you that you don’t have to miss out on them one bit!

I have 3 super easy recipes this week for you (links are under the pictures) that will help you master gluten free baking.  Yep, they are incredibly easy!

With the help of Living Now Foods and some pretty amazing products, you can make the most amazing gluten free breads and pie crusts!

The Best Organic Gluten Free Bread Recipe Ever! | WholeLifestyleNutrition.com

The Best Gluten Free Bread Ever

How I Felt In Week Two of The Gluten Free 30 Day Challenge


So I want to report how I felt on my second week of this gluten free 30 day challenge.  If you missed my recap of last week, the first couple of days were rough.  I have no doubt that my body was detoxing from the gluten I had consumed over my mini vacation (read about that here).

By the end of the first week, I started to feel a bit better.  I entered week 2 in hopes of feeling better and I am happy to report that I did feel better, and my energy went through the roof!

I also noticed that my cravings, specifically to carbs, went away…like vanished!  My body is finding a balance and positive things are happening!

A Positive Side Effect of Going Gluten Free!


Some positive signs to this gluten free challenge: my eczema is clearing up (I have eczema flare ups when I allow gluten in my diet, I clear sign that I have an allergy to gluten).

Check this out!  I took the picture on the left right before the challenge and look how much it has cleared up in just 2 weeks time without gluten in my body! INCREDIBLE!!!! Oh and I should note, I used no medicine what so ever on this, just eliminated gluten out of my diet!

Eczema Before and After.001

Recipes From The 30 Day Gluten Free Challenge


As promised, I want to share all the amazing gluten free recipes that I test out during this gluten free 30 day challenge!

So here are my favorite recipes in this 30 day gluten free challenge!

Recipe from week 1:

Recipes from week 2:

Stay tuned for week 3 of the gluten free 30 day challenge.  I will have many more amazing gluten free recipes and tips to share along the way!


Sponsored Post: This post was created as part of the #LivingNowFoods 30 Day Gluten Free Challenge in which I am a financially compensated blogger ambassador for Living NOW Foods. The opinions are my own and based on my own experience.

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