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The Mirandable

I've have always believed that life has so much to offer, so why not do the things you love and the things that scare you? I love to create and I am also terrified of putting myself out there, but it's the little things that make life memorable. This is my outlet to simply be me, put to also use my outlet to bring knowledge and awareness to the things that matter most to me. Please, follow along my journey of self-exploration, travel, college life, mental health awareness, and so much more. 

Food. Food. Food... and my allergies

Prior to finding out about my allergies, I was feeling all sorts of uncomfortable feelings. It all started with my stool being different, then I started becoming bloated, and the last thing

I felt before deciding to seek medical help was intense stomach cramping. After getting testing done and confirming my allergies, I had absolutely no idea how I was supposed to change absolutely all of my eating habits.

I was confused about how I was supposed to make such a big change to ultimately help my health, but I knew that I needed to do everything I could to improve my health. Everything I knew in regard to food had to change completely. At first, I thought I could no longer eat meatballs, pizza, bread, cheese, milk, nuts, etc. After long research, and trial and error, I quickly learned that these allergies were really not all too bad, there are many ways to adjust and still make the things you love.

It has been 3 months since I completely changed my diet around (although I don’t like to call it a diet, but more so a lifestyle) and to be completely honest, I feel 100% better. I no longer feel bloated, my stool is normal, I don’t feel nauseous, I don’t have acid reflux, I feel more energetic, and most importantly I’m not uncomfortable all the time. Another great thing about making these changes is that I have lost 15lbs and counting, so I know that my health is making a great improvement.

I guess the reason I’m sharing my story with you all, is to show the importance of trusting the process when new things come your way. When I first found out about these allergies, I was devastated, which sounds dramatic, but it was something completely out of my territory. Instead of feeling devastated, I pushed through and found ways to adjust in order to live according to this new lifestyle.

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