I finished my month of being gluten-free (well, to be honest, I went 29 days - a grocery issue on the last day caused me to cut it). The very first day that I went back to eating barley, wheat, and rye based products I loaded-up on a hefty bowl of Post's Shredded Wheat; exactly the opposite of what I told myself I'd do.
Sugar, semi-sweet chocolate chips (sugar, chocolate liquor, cocoa butter, soy lecithin, vanilla), cocoa processed with alkali, rice flour, potato starch, corn starch, xanthan gum, salt. Contains soy ingredients.
Dawson tested a strand of my hair: 69 percent of the carbon came from corn. This may seem high, but it is typical for Americans.
Let me be crystal clear about this: Anything that damages the gut lining (including bacterial, viral, and parasitic infections, as well as alcohol, grains, legumes, and dairy) can predispose one to autoimmunity, multiple chemical sensitivities, and allergies to otherwise benign foods.
Yes, freak-feet. FiveFingers are certainly something that will attract attention. It's hard not to notice the eyes following your feet if you wear them out to run some errands en route to your next run. The kids at the grocery store will indeed point, smile and maybe even ask you about them. If you like the attention, this certainly won't be a bad thing.