Not sure what the Nima Sensor is and how it works? Here you go:
Sounds too good to be true? Have your doubts? I hear ya. I’m a skeptic by nature too. The product is the real deal and the people behind it (including the founder who is gluten-free) are the real deal too. I’ve seen the product and I’ve met the founders. I even did an interview with them here when the product was in the early stages of development. I believe in them and if you’ve been following me for awhile, that says a lot.
So now I have the Nima. But here’s the thing. I don’t just want to use it for me. I want to help the community. Sure…I could test my favorite Korean restaurant and make sure my dishes are safe. But how does that help you…my favorite peeps in the whole wide world? Well, after Mrs. Dude and the Dudettes. And my brothers and sisters-in-law. Oh…and my Aunt is pretty cool too. And then there are my in-laws. My nieces and nephews. Ok…moving on.
Here is what I’d like you to do if you are up for it (that’s what she said). Send me up to three items that you’d like me to test. Something that you’ve had your doubts about. (Cheerios…I’m talking to you!) Currently, I have 15 of the disposable test tubes so based on your feedback, I’ll use my best judgement.
Let the gluten-free testing commence!