Luckily, my husband (Dr. Nielsen) who practices holistic medicine was able to test her using a method called applied kinesiology. The answer surprised us. It related back to one gluten free ingredient: rice.
Now, I'm not writing this article to convince you to never eat rice again. That's not my point. What my point is for you to be aware. To eat a variety of foods and gluten free flours and to eat foods containing rice more sparingly.
Take this opportunity of being Gluten Free to eat more healthy. Incorporate into your diet a great variety of vegetables and fruit.
For more information on why rice should be eaten sparingly read this great article:
Some Gluten Free Foods Could Contain Arsenic
Audrey has been been off rice completely the past 2 weeks and already we have noticed a slight improvement.