Gluten free by choice; don’t understand Celiac disease = no mojo

Some people choose to eliminate gluten from their diets, others have no choice to and have to eliminate gluten from their diets for medical reasons as they have Celiac disease. They do not have a choice. Those who do it by choice annoy those who have no choice but to do it.

The movement towards gluten-free diets by choice has led to a mass misunderstanding by people of the medical necessity of a gluten-free diet for those who do have Celiac disease. Those with Celiac disease really resent being lumped in with the “fad dieters” by those who just do not understand it.

See this story: From a celiac: I don’t like gluten-free people either.

How to get your mojo back

Our mojo is something that can be a bit mysterious and difficult to define. Your mojo is generally considered to be our source of vigour and energy, your self confidence and self-esteem. Those who have lost their mojo can be considered as feeling run down, depleted of energy, overwhelmed, overworked, stressed-out, bored, tired and lethargic. They struggle to get motivated to get things done and get motivated to enjoy things like socializing and going to the gym. If you want to do things and get things done, then you need to get that mojo back.

To get your mojo back, then try the following:

1.  Stop whining and complaining. Being negative all the time is going to kill off your mojo, so stop.

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