My name is Terry L Grover. I hold a Bachelors degree in Project Management and I am an advocate of good nutrition and sound fitness habits to improve quality of health. I know first-hand what it is like to consume gluten and feel the affects on the body, as compared to living a gluten-free lifestyle and feeling the weight lifted. Couple better nutrition with exercise and it becomes difficult to fully explain how well I feel. In fact, I have said since I was a teenager that I intend to live to be 100 years old. Whether I make it or not is too be seen but I can say that I will feel good up until my body wears out. In my free time, you will catch me doing on my bike.
Gluten Free Fitness was born by Erin Elberson to assist and educate people in how to make impactful and positive choices for nutrition and lifestyle. She has provided some incredible stories about her journey here, as well as, some great tips for all of us to consider. I hope you take he time to read about her here. I purchased the site and will continue to provide the best material for you. Please take the time to read all of the articles that appeal to you and don’t forget to share the topics with your friends.
Please… please…. please note that I will not judge your personal decisions. I am not the food police. I simply advise and educate on fitness, gluten-free eating, and overall wellness with this blog.
There are many people whose work I respect in the field and have learned from many so far. I continue to learn and so if I learn something that causes me to change my mind on a given topic, I will do so. I reserve the right to learn, grow, and admit that I can be wrong and change my mind.
GlutenFreeFitness.com is here to provoke thought on how you eat and how you live. I want to help you live and feel better through fitness activities and/or gluten-free eating. Oh yes, and to have fun while doing it.
I look forward to hearing from you, so please write your thoughts at the end of posts or through the contact page. Remember, just like when you are/were in college, the only bad question is the one not ask.
Thanks – eat well and be well!