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  • [Celiac News] Fulminant type 1 autoimmune hepatitis in a recently diagnosed celiac disease patient.

    the sensible celiac
    27 Feb 2015 | 4:14 pm
    Fulminant type 1 autoimmune hepatitis in a recently diagnosed celiac disease patient.We report a patient presenting with a marked increase of transaminases at diagnosis of CD. The immune markers for autoimmune hepatitis (AIH) were negative. Following a few months of a strict gluten-free diet (GFD), aminotransferase levels decreased significantly (< 2.5x U/L). The response to GFD sugg...
  • Oats—Do they Contain Gluten? Are they Safe to Eat?

    Celiac Disease & Gluten-free Diet Information at Celiac.com - Articles
    27 Feb 2015 | 8:30 am
    The answer to the "oats questions" are becoming clearer. The long-asked question is "Can people with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity safely eat oats?" Some people are so sensitive, that even the tiniest bit of gluten makes them feel unwell. So this answer is important because people on a gluten-free diet should not restrict foods unnecessarily.
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    27 Feb 2015 | 2:44 am
    We applaud pharmacist Graham MacKenzie's forward-thinking decision to stop selling sugary drinks such as pop at his Baddeck store. And we commend him for his reasonableness in making that call.
  • Mark Teixeira calls gluten-free diet meant for celiac disease 'no fun' - eMaxHealth

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    27 Feb 2015 | 7:18 pm
    eMaxHealthMark Teixeira calls gluten-free diet meant for celiac disease 'no fun'eMaxHealthBaseball player Mark Teixeira has switched to a gluten-free diet originally created to fight celiac disease, and he is already calling it “no fun.” The New York Yankees star claims that he changed his diet to avoid injuries and improve his health. He and more »
  • [Celiac News] Olmesartan Linked to Spruelike Enteropathy

    the sensible celiac
    28 Feb 2015 | 4:01 am
    Olmesartan Linked to Spruelike Enteropathy* There appears to be a relationship between the antihypertensive drug olmesartan medoxomil and spruelike enteropathy. This condition develops after long-term use of the drug, usually two years or more after the start of therapy. * Patients who develop diarrhea and weight loss but don't have celiac sprue should be taken off olmesartan. (Source:...
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    27 Feb 2015 | 2:44 am
    We applaud pharmacist Graham MacKenzie's forward-thinking decision to stop selling sugary drinks such as pop at his Baddeck store. And we commend him for his reasonableness in making that call.
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    26 Feb 2015 | 6:20 pm
    "GLUTEN-FREE ON A BUDGET," by Chandice Probst and Tana Besendorfer, Front Table Books , $21.99, 250 pages Cooking and eating gluten-free is not a death sentence. Meals can continue to be full of delicious, filling foods that everyone will love.
  • Gluten Sensitivity That Isn't Celiac: Rigorous Study Finds...

    26 Feb 2015 | 4:16 pm
    There's been public debate as to whether or not gluten sensitivity is a real condition or just some sort of uniform delusion manifested in hypochondriacs and picky eaters. A viably testable condition that one in every hundred Americans does suffer from is celiac disease, an autoimmune condition that can destroy the small intestine if confronted with the wrong diet of the wheat protein known as gluten.
  • What candy is gluten-free?

    25 Feb 2015 | 9:59 am
    When sticking to a gluten-free diet, it is still possible to indulge from time-to-time. Take a look at some popular candies that are gluten-free.
  • The Gluten-Free Bar: Made Only With the Best

    24 Feb 2015 | 1:26 pm
    Two celiac brothers, Elliott and Marshall Rader, believed in a better gluten-free bar. Sick of cardboard taste and hard-to-understand ingredients, they set out on a mission to create a bar that tasted awesome and was good for them too.
 
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  • Mark Teixeira calls gluten-free diet meant for celiac disease 'no fun' - eMaxHealth

    27 Feb 2015 | 7:18 pm
    eMaxHealthMark Teixeira calls gluten-free diet meant for celiac disease 'no fun'eMaxHealthBaseball player Mark Teixeira has switched to a gluten-free diet originally created to fight celiac disease, and he is already calling it “no fun.” The New York Yankees star claims that he changed his diet to avoid injuries and improve his health. He and more »
  • Gluten Sensitivity That Isn't Celiac: Rigorous Study Finds Evidence For ... - Medical Daily

    26 Feb 2015 | 2:52 pm
    Gluten Sensitivity That Isn't Celiac: Rigorous Study Finds Evidence For Medical DailyA viably testable condition that one in every hundred Americans does suffer from is celiac disease, an autoimmune condition that can destroy the small intestine if confronted with the wrong diet of the wheat protein known as gluten. In the shadow of CHS Student Authors - Living with Celiac DiseaseCrookston Daily TimesDHA raises awareness about celiac diseaseGulf Todayall 4 news articles »
  • Local Fundraiser Benefits Celiac Disease Foundation Mar. 7 - Patch.com

    25 Feb 2015 | 12:14 pm
    Patch.comLocal Fundraiser Benefits Celiac Disease Foundation Mar. 7Patch.comJoin the Bender family on March 7 for the fourth annual fundraiser to benefit the Celiac Disease Foundation. All community members are welcome to lunch at Eno Terra in Kingston at 12:00 p.m. Eno Terra is graciously donating proceeds to the Celiac Celiac disease prevalence more than doubled in US since 1988Healioall 4 news articles »
  • Gluten-free juicing essentials for celiac disease sufferers - eMaxHealth

    24 Feb 2015 | 5:57 pm
    eMaxHealthGluten-free juicing essentials for celiac disease suffererseMaxHealthHow would you like to start your morning with a delicious gluten-free cilantro and cucumber juice? Juicing has become a popular option for people searching for a way to cleanse their body and lose weight. However, it also has benefits for people with and more »
  • Hockey star shares gluten-free secrets for celiac disease - eMaxHealth

    20 Feb 2015 | 4:43 pm
    eMaxHealthHockey star shares gluten-free secrets for celiac diseaseeMaxHealthJay Beagle, who plays for the Washington Capitals, is sharing some of his gluten-free secrets. The hockey star has been on a gluten-free diet for several years and encourages other players in the National Hockey League to join him. Beagle has created a ...
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  • [Celiac News] Olmesartan Linked to Spruelike Enteropathy

    28 Feb 2015 | 4:01 am
    Olmesartan Linked to Spruelike Enteropathy* There appears to be a relationship between the antihypertensive drug olmesartan medoxomil and spruelike enteropathy. This condition develops after long-term use of the drug, usually two years or more after the start of therapy. * Patients who develop diarrhea and weight loss but don't have celiac sprue should be taken off olmesartan. (Source:...
  • [Celiac News] Fulminant type 1 autoimmune hepatitis in a recently diagnosed celiac disease patient.

    27 Feb 2015 | 4:14 pm
    Fulminant type 1 autoimmune hepatitis in a recently diagnosed celiac disease patient.We report a patient presenting with a marked increase of transaminases at diagnosis of CD. The immune markers for autoimmune hepatitis (AIH) were negative. Following a few months of a strict gluten-free diet (GFD), aminotransferase levels decreased significantly (< 2.5x U/L). The response to GFD sugg...
  • [Gluten Free Recipe] Review: Eggo Gluten-Free Waffles

    27 Feb 2015 | 4:14 pm
    Review: Eggo Gluten-Free WafflesThere are lots of new gluten-free products hitting the shelves these days. One in particular that both Jon and I were excited about were the Eggo Gluten-Free Waffles I first learned about in December. After checking my local grocery store weekly, I finally found the new Eggo Gluten-Free Waffles. They were right with the regular […]The post Review: Eggo G...
  • [Celiac News] New Rules on Gluten-Free Food Labeling?

    27 Feb 2015 | 10:00 am
    New Rules on Gluten-Free Food Labeling?I've been diagnosed with celiac disease. My understanding is that the FDA's "gluten-free" designation allows some gluten. Can you tell me whether foods with that label are safe for me? (Source: Dr. Weil Q and A)Source: [url=http://www.medworm.com/index.php?rid=7715322&cid=c_129_91_f&fid=39071&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.drweil.com%2Fdrw%2Fu%2FQ...
  • [Celiac News] Incretins, Amylin and Other Gut‐Brain Axis Hormones in Children with Celiac Disease

    27 Feb 2015 | 4:00 am
    Incretins, Amylin and Other Gut‐Brain Axis Hormones in Children with Celiac DiseaseConclusionsOur study revealed a different secretion pattern of gut‐brain axis hormones in children with CD compared to HC. The alterations in the axis were more pronounced in children with both CD and T1DM.This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. (Source: European Journal of Clinical I...
 
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  • Oats—Do they Contain Gluten? Are they Safe to Eat?

    27 Feb 2015 | 8:30 am
    The answer to the "oats questions" are becoming clearer. The long-asked question is "Can people with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity safely eat oats?" Some people are so sensitive, that even the tiniest bit of gluten makes them feel unwell. So this answer is important because people on a gluten-free diet should not restrict foods unnecessarily.
  • Love With Food's Mardi Gras Gluten-Free Box

    26 Feb 2015 | 8:30 am
    I wish there were a company around like Love With Food way back when I got diagnosed. Back then I could not have imagined the convenience of receiving a box in the mail that was chock full of gluten-free, organic and mostly all-natural snacks from a variety of great gluten-free companies. 
  • Mica's Grandma's Gluten-Free Potato Salad (Video)

    26 Feb 2015 | 8:30 am
    This great potato salad recipe was my grandma's. It is perfect for a Summer BBQ, a party, or any other gathering. You can also just make it as a side dish for your favorite dinner.
  • Cheerios Are Finally Going Gluten-Free

    25 Feb 2015 | 8:30 am
    Original Cheerios, Honey Nut Cheerios and three other Cheerios varieties are going gluten-free!
  • Super Gut Healing Fish Broth (Gluten-Free)

    24 Feb 2015 | 8:30 am
    I've posted recipes for chicken and beef broth lately, and now it's time for what may be the healthiest of all broths, fish broth. Naturally gluten-free fish broth offers a delicious way to promote gut health, and recovery from illness.
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  • Making A gluten-free "cup Of Noodles"?

    23 Feb 2015 | 10:41 am
    Last year, when we were skiing, some people had the ingredients from a gluteny Cup of Noodles instant soup in plastic baggies.  At the warming hut, they used the hot water and cups and made a little cup of soup.  I would like to do something like this.   I know I could use Knorr instant bouillon packets and that may be all I can do.  I wanted to see if anyone had any ideas for little noodles that would cook in a minute with some hot water?  Or little dried peas or carrot pieces?    Any ideas?       (me with my hot cup of soup hopefully)
  • Bob's Red Mill Cornmeal - Shared Lines (Not gluten-free Packaging)

    10 Feb 2015 | 7:53 pm
    So frustrating - I'm trying to cook more, and I have no experience with corn meal.  Rushed through the store getting ingredients for a recipe I've been wanting to try and didn't realize I picked up the Bob's cornmeal with the shared facility/equipment warning on the back.   I can't use this, right?   So, my family will be able to have this delicious looking tamale pie and I won't?
  • I Made My Own Milk Today!

    9 Feb 2015 | 1:18 pm
    I have made my own Almond milk today!!!...and its creamy, easy to make and tastes good.  This has really excited me for some reason ha ha!.    Basically I decided I was not happy with a lot of what was on offer and found Rice milk to be the best, but really when I looked at all the added ingredients, and the fact that it is so sugary I decided to have a go at making my own..   This morning I tried it with tea and have just had a creamy cup of coffee, I would never have believed how easy it was..
  • Valentine's Day...dinner And Dessert Ideas

    8 Feb 2015 | 3:39 pm
    Hey all... I've always made a special Valentine's dinner for my family. I just love celebrating the day with not just my husband but my little loves as well. Last year I had my gallbladder out on February 12th so no special dinner. The year before I made chicken Alfredo with chocolate mousse for dessert. This will be my first gluten free Valentine's dinner and I'm looking for ideas. So...what are you planning to make for a special Valentine's dinner/dessert? Thanks!
  • Active Dry Yeast Vs Instant Rapid Rise Yeast?

    7 Feb 2015 | 6:21 pm
    Hello,   I just bought a Zojirushi Bread Maker.   The bread recipe it came with said to use Active Dry Yeast.   I used that recipe last week, and we loved our first loaf of gluten-free bread.   Tomorrow, I want to try a recipe from the American Test Kitchen, but that recipe is using Instant or Rapid rise yeast.     Do I have have to use Active Dry Yeast in the bread maker?   Or can I follow the American Test Kitchen recipe, and use the Instand Rapid rise yeast in the bread maker?   Thanks!!
 
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  • Making A gluten-free "cup Of Noodles"?

    23 Feb 2015 | 10:41 am
    Last year, when we were skiing, some people had the ingredients from a gluteny Cup of Noodles instant soup in plastic baggies.  At the warming hut, they used the hot water and cups and made a little cup of soup.  I would like to do something like this.   I know I could use Knorr instant bouillon packets and that may be all I can do.  I wanted to see if anyone had any ideas for little noodles that would cook in a minute with some hot water?  Or little dried peas or carrot pieces?    Any ideas?       (me with my hot cup of soup hopefully)
  • Bob's Red Mill Cornmeal - Shared Lines (Not gluten-free Packaging)

    10 Feb 2015 | 7:53 pm
    So frustrating - I'm trying to cook more, and I have no experience with corn meal.  Rushed through the store getting ingredients for a recipe I've been wanting to try and didn't realize I picked up the Bob's cornmeal with the shared facility/equipment warning on the back.   I can't use this, right?   So, my family will be able to have this delicious looking tamale pie and I won't?
  • I Made My Own Milk Today!

    9 Feb 2015 | 1:18 pm
    I have made my own Almond milk today!!!...and its creamy, easy to make and tastes good.  This has really excited me for some reason ha ha!.    Basically I decided I was not happy with a lot of what was on offer and found Rice milk to be the best, but really when I looked at all the added ingredients, and the fact that it is so sugary I decided to have a go at making my own..   This morning I tried it with tea and have just had a creamy cup of coffee, I would never have believed how easy it was..
  • Valentine's Day...dinner And Dessert Ideas

    8 Feb 2015 | 3:39 pm
    Hey all... I've always made a special Valentine's dinner for my family. I just love celebrating the day with not just my husband but my little loves as well. Last year I had my gallbladder out on February 12th so no special dinner. The year before I made chicken Alfredo with chocolate mousse for dessert. This will be my first gluten free Valentine's dinner and I'm looking for ideas. So...what are you planning to make for a special Valentine's dinner/dessert? Thanks!
  • Active Dry Yeast Vs Instant Rapid Rise Yeast?

    7 Feb 2015 | 6:21 pm
    Hello,   I just bought a Zojirushi Bread Maker.   The bread recipe it came with said to use Active Dry Yeast.   I used that recipe last week, and we loved our first loaf of gluten-free bread.   Tomorrow, I want to try a recipe from the American Test Kitchen, but that recipe is using Instant or Rapid rise yeast.     Do I have have to use Active Dry Yeast in the bread maker?   Or can I follow the American Test Kitchen recipe, and use the Instand Rapid rise yeast in the bread maker?   Thanks!!
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    Gluten-Free Recipes - Baking & Cooking Tips

  • Making A gluten-free "cup Of Noodles"?

    23 Feb 2015 | 10:41 am
    Last year, when we were skiing, some people had the ingredients from a gluteny Cup of Noodles instant soup in plastic baggies.  At the warming hut, they used the hot water and cups and made a little cup of soup.  I would like to do something like this.   I know I could use Knorr instant bouillon packets and that may be all I can do.  I wanted to see if anyone had any ideas for little noodles that would cook in a minute with some hot water?  Or little dried peas or carrot pieces?    Any ideas?       (me with my hot cup of soup hopefully)
  • Bob's Red Mill Cornmeal - Shared Lines (Not gluten-free Packaging)

    10 Feb 2015 | 7:53 pm
    So frustrating - I'm trying to cook more, and I have no experience with corn meal.  Rushed through the store getting ingredients for a recipe I've been wanting to try and didn't realize I picked up the Bob's cornmeal with the shared facility/equipment warning on the back.   I can't use this, right?   So, my family will be able to have this delicious looking tamale pie and I won't?
  • I Made My Own Milk Today!

    9 Feb 2015 | 1:18 pm
    I have made my own Almond milk today!!!...and its creamy, easy to make and tastes good.  This has really excited me for some reason ha ha!.    Basically I decided I was not happy with a lot of what was on offer and found Rice milk to be the best, but really when I looked at all the added ingredients, and the fact that it is so sugary I decided to have a go at making my own..   This morning I tried it with tea and have just had a creamy cup of coffee, I would never have believed how easy it was..
  • Valentine's Day...dinner And Dessert Ideas

    8 Feb 2015 | 3:39 pm
    Hey all... I've always made a special Valentine's dinner for my family. I just love celebrating the day with not just my husband but my little loves as well. Last year I had my gallbladder out on February 12th so no special dinner. The year before I made chicken Alfredo with chocolate mousse for dessert. This will be my first gluten free Valentine's dinner and I'm looking for ideas. So...what are you planning to make for a special Valentine's dinner/dessert? Thanks!
  • Active Dry Yeast Vs Instant Rapid Rise Yeast?

    7 Feb 2015 | 6:21 pm
    Hello,   I just bought a Zojirushi Bread Maker.   The bread recipe it came with said to use Active Dry Yeast.   I used that recipe last week, and we loved our first loaf of gluten-free bread.   Tomorrow, I want to try a recipe from the American Test Kitchen, but that recipe is using Instant or Rapid rise yeast.     Do I have have to use Active Dry Yeast in the bread maker?   Or can I follow the American Test Kitchen recipe, and use the Instand Rapid rise yeast in the bread maker?   Thanks!!
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  • Making A gluten-free "cup Of Noodles"?

    23 Feb 2015 | 10:41 am
    Last year, when we were skiing, some people had the ingredients from a gluteny Cup of Noodles instant soup in plastic baggies.  At the warming hut, they used the hot water and cups and made a little cup of soup.  I would like to do something like this.   I know I could use Knorr instant bouillon packets and that may be all I can do.  I wanted to see if anyone had any ideas for little noodles that would cook in a minute with some hot water?  Or little dried peas or carrot pieces?    Any ideas?       (me with my hot cup of soup hopefully)
  • Bob's Red Mill Cornmeal - Shared Lines (Not gluten-free Packaging)

    10 Feb 2015 | 7:53 pm
    So frustrating - I'm trying to cook more, and I have no experience with corn meal.  Rushed through the store getting ingredients for a recipe I've been wanting to try and didn't realize I picked up the Bob's cornmeal with the shared facility/equipment warning on the back.   I can't use this, right?   So, my family will be able to have this delicious looking tamale pie and I won't?
  • I Made My Own Milk Today!

    9 Feb 2015 | 1:18 pm
    I have made my own Almond milk today!!!...and its creamy, easy to make and tastes good.  This has really excited me for some reason ha ha!.    Basically I decided I was not happy with a lot of what was on offer and found Rice milk to be the best, but really when I looked at all the added ingredients, and the fact that it is so sugary I decided to have a go at making my own..   This morning I tried it with tea and have just had a creamy cup of coffee, I would never have believed how easy it was..
  • Valentine's Day...dinner And Dessert Ideas

    8 Feb 2015 | 3:39 pm
    Hey all... I've always made a special Valentine's dinner for my family. I just love celebrating the day with not just my husband but my little loves as well. Last year I had my gallbladder out on February 12th so no special dinner. The year before I made chicken Alfredo with chocolate mousse for dessert. This will be my first gluten free Valentine's dinner and I'm looking for ideas. So...what are you planning to make for a special Valentine's dinner/dessert? Thanks!
  • Active Dry Yeast Vs Instant Rapid Rise Yeast?

    7 Feb 2015 | 6:21 pm
    Hello,   I just bought a Zojirushi Bread Maker.   The bread recipe it came with said to use Active Dry Yeast.   I used that recipe last week, and we loved our first loaf of gluten-free bread.   Tomorrow, I want to try a recipe from the American Test Kitchen, but that recipe is using Instant or Rapid rise yeast.     Do I have have to use Active Dry Yeast in the bread maker?   Or can I follow the American Test Kitchen recipe, and use the Instand Rapid rise yeast in the bread maker?   Thanks!!
 
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  • Making A gluten-free "cup Of Noodles"?

    23 Feb 2015 | 10:41 am
    Last year, when we were skiing, some people had the ingredients from a gluteny Cup of Noodles instant soup in plastic baggies.  At the warming hut, they used the hot water and cups and made a little cup of soup.  I would like to do something like this.   I know I could use Knorr instant bouillon packets and that may be all I can do.  I wanted to see if anyone had any ideas for little noodles that would cook in a minute with some hot water?  Or little dried peas or carrot pieces?    Any ideas?       (me with my hot cup of soup hopefully)
  • Bob's Red Mill Cornmeal - Shared Lines (Not gluten-free Packaging)

    10 Feb 2015 | 7:53 pm
    So frustrating - I'm trying to cook more, and I have no experience with corn meal.  Rushed through the store getting ingredients for a recipe I've been wanting to try and didn't realize I picked up the Bob's cornmeal with the shared facility/equipment warning on the back.   I can't use this, right?   So, my family will be able to have this delicious looking tamale pie and I won't?
  • I Made My Own Milk Today!

    9 Feb 2015 | 1:18 pm
    I have made my own Almond milk today!!!...and its creamy, easy to make and tastes good.  This has really excited me for some reason ha ha!.    Basically I decided I was not happy with a lot of what was on offer and found Rice milk to be the best, but really when I looked at all the added ingredients, and the fact that it is so sugary I decided to have a go at making my own..   This morning I tried it with tea and have just had a creamy cup of coffee, I would never have believed how easy it was..
  • Valentine's Day...dinner And Dessert Ideas

    8 Feb 2015 | 3:39 pm
    Hey all... I've always made a special Valentine's dinner for my family. I just love celebrating the day with not just my husband but my little loves as well. Last year I had my gallbladder out on February 12th so no special dinner. The year before I made chicken Alfredo with chocolate mousse for dessert. This will be my first gluten free Valentine's dinner and I'm looking for ideas. So...what are you planning to make for a special Valentine's dinner/dessert? Thanks!
  • Active Dry Yeast Vs Instant Rapid Rise Yeast?

    7 Feb 2015 | 6:21 pm
    Hello,   I just bought a Zojirushi Bread Maker.   The bread recipe it came with said to use Active Dry Yeast.   I used that recipe last week, and we loved our first loaf of gluten-free bread.   Tomorrow, I want to try a recipe from the American Test Kitchen, but that recipe is using Instant or Rapid rise yeast.     Do I have have to use Active Dry Yeast in the bread maker?   Or can I follow the American Test Kitchen recipe, and use the Instand Rapid rise yeast in the bread maker?   Thanks!!
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  • Are You Considering the Gluten Free Diet?

    Gluten Free Guy
    26 Feb 2015 | 10:10 pm
    I disagree with the assertion that “The biggest reason to go gluten free when not medically required to is simply because there is no downside to doing a gluten free trial provided proper nutrition is maintained I admire Udi Gluten Free and its products very much, but here I must object. There are certainly ‘downsides’. For example: […]
  • Gluten Free at Costco

    Gluten Free Guy
    19 Feb 2015 | 3:37 pm
    I shop gluten free in many different stores, but Costco generally has the lowest prices for the groceries that I need. What’s unique about Costco is that it is also the first place I look when I am shopping for television sets, computers, or toilet-paper. These huge “warehouse stores” have huge variety of items at a very reasonable […]
  • My Gluten Free Breakfast-of-Choice

    Gluten Free Guy
    18 Feb 2015 | 3:55 pm
    Chex cereal is my usual choice for breakfast. There are seven gluten free varieties, and I normally mix cereal from two or three boxes, so I have plenty of variety. If I need even more options, I add cereal from my supply of Nature’s Path cereals (the manufacturer I wrote about yesterday.) I never miss breakfast! […]
  • Breakfast Cereals: Gluten Free, non-GMO, and Certified Organic

    Gluten Free Guy
    17 Feb 2015 | 9:21 pm
    Natures Path breakfast cereals are gluten free, non-GMO,and certified organic.The down-sides are cost,  taste that is better suited to adults than to children, and limited availability. Fortunately, there is another brand that meets those drawbacks. I’ll write about that tomorrow and link you to that article as soon as it is published.
  • Gluten Free Cheerios Coming Soon!

    Gluten Free Guy
    13 Feb 2015 | 9:34 pm
    Gluten free Cheerios will appear on grocery shelves this summer!  General Mills has announced that four varieties of gluten free Cheerios : Honey-Nut, Multi-Grain, Apple Cinnamon, and Frosted.  Conventional Cheerios will continue to be available. Cheerios are made from oats, and are therefore are naturally gluten free. General Mills will need to very careful about […]
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  • NFCA Webinar: Gluten-Free Travel: Making Your Own Rules for the Road

    Kimberly Bouldin
    27 Feb 2015 | 9:00 am
    Does traveling gluten-free make you nervous? Do you pack your own food or do you depend on restaurants for gluten-free meals? I know I get very nervous when I travel and have to depend on unfamiliar restaurants, even if they are part of a national chain. The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) is hosting an upcoming webinar that talks specifically about traveling gluten-free.  More about the upcoming webinar: Gluten-Free Travel: Making Your Own Rules for the Road Thursday, March 19, 2015 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. EST/5 p.m. to 6 p.m. PST  Traveling is stressful enough as it is, but add…
  • Review: Eggo Gluten-Free Waffles

    Kimberly Bouldin
    25 Feb 2015 | 9:00 am
    There are lots of new gluten-free products hitting the shelves these days. One in particular that both Jon and I were excited about were the Eggo Gluten-Free Waffles I first learned about in December. After checking my local grocery store weekly, I finally found the new Eggo Gluten-Free Waffles. They were right with the regular waffles in the frozen aisle of my Meijer grocery store and were priced at $3.49 for a box of 8 waffles.  These waffles are some of the best frozen gluten-free waffles we have tried. They don’t taste “gluten-free” and they have a wonderful texture. I was able to…
  • Review: Girl Scouts Toffee-Tastic Gluten-Free Cookies

    Kimberly Bouldin
    23 Feb 2015 | 9:00 am
    Ever since I heard about the Girls Scouts debuting a new gluten-free cookie in December, I have been excited to sample them. Last week we received our Girl Scout cookie order complete with two boxes of the new Toffee-Tastic Cookies. I don’t think the front door was even shut all the way when I dug into the box, which just happened to be as I finished dinner.  While these cookies cost the same as the regular Girl Scout Cookies, they only have one sleeve per box, so you get about half of the amount of cookies. The cookies are phenomenal, though, so I really don’t care about the number of…
  • Review: Wild Planet Tuna + Recipe

    Kimberly Bouldin
    20 Feb 2015 | 9:00 am
    I have always been a huge fan of tuna, even when I was a child. It didn’t matter if it was in the form of tuna salad, tuna casserole, creamed tuna over muffins or a tuna melt. Recently I received some samples of tuna from Wild Planet Foods and had a lot of fun figuring out ways to eat and enjoy them. Wild Planet Foods boasts sustainably caught wild seafood. More about Wild Planet: Here at Wild Planet, we are serious about what we sell. Since 2004 we have been selecting only the finest quality, 100% sustainably caught seafood for all of our packaged products. We source our tuna exclusively…
  • NFCA Webinar: The GREAT (Kitchens) Solution to Eating Out

    Kimberly Bouldin
    18 Feb 2015 | 9:00 am
    How often do you dine out? Have you reduced the number of times per week that you eat out since you began the gluten-free diet? When I first began the gluten-free diet in January 2006, I immediately stopped eating out. I was terrified that I was going to be “glutened” by a restaurant, especially since there weren’t nearly as many options nine years ago. Fortunately our options are much more plentiful these days, though that doesn’t always mean they are safe. Organizations like the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) are going to great lengths to help ensure those…
 
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  • How to Find Out if There’s Gluten in Your...

    celiacdisease.guide@about.com
    28 Feb 2015 | 3:05 am
    Hidden gluten in medicine is a problem for people with celiac disease. Here's how to learn whether your medication is gluten-free.
  • Gluten-Free Frozen Waffles

    celiacdisease.guide@about.com
    28 Feb 2015 | 3:05 am
    A celiac disease diagnosis doesn't mean you have to give up convenience foods like frozen waffles. You can buy gluten-free frozen waffles in plain, blueberry, fortified and even mini-waffle versions.
  • Gluten and Schizophrenia

    celiacdisease.guide@about.com
    28 Feb 2015 | 3:05 am
    Can gluten contribute to schizophrenia? Here's what studies have to say about gluten, schizophrenia and celiac disease.
  • Just Diagnosed with Celiac Disease?

    celiacdisease.guide@about.com
    28 Feb 2015 | 3:05 am
    Just diagnosed with celiac disease? Here are some potential celiac disease complications you may need to watch out for.
  • Celiac Disease (Coeliac Disease)

    celiacdisease.guide@about.com
    28 Feb 2015 | 3:05 am
    Celiac disease (coeliac disease) produces serious complications when when affected people eat gluten. Here's how to tell if you have celiac disease and how to treat it with a gluten free diet.
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    Gluten-Free Goddess® Recipes

  • Karina's Kicked Up Colcannon Recipe

    Karri Allrich
    24 Feb 2015 | 9:00 pm
    An Irish classic- colcannon. Mashed potatoes with a twist.Kicked Up ColcannonTraditional colcannon is an Irish potato recipe thick with cream and sticks of butter. If served for the Celtic New Year, a bowl of colcannon might include a lucky coin hidden in its pillowy depths; the charmed recipient- if she didn't break a tooth on it- kept the buried treasure for a New Year's worth of kind fortune. My version of colcannon is anything but traditional. I'm an Ashkenazi-Scot-Irish Polish shiksa zen Jungian humanist by way of the Siberian Ice Maiden, after all (this is how I found out,…
  • Karina's Irish Beef Stew

    Karri Allrich
    21 Feb 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Beef Stew. Who knew?This recipe is a surprise- even to me. Beef stew? You wouldn't expect a life-long Vegetarian Goddess to create and fall in love with an Irish beef stew recipe, but that is precisely what happened this weekend. Shocking? Tell me about it.Just when you think you've got your life all figured out, and your tastes and preferences arranged in a tidy packet of self-identification and veggie piety- all Hades breaks loose. Celiac. Food allergies. Broken hip.Suddenly, your food-world view is quite literally flipped on its leafy little head. So, after my orthopedic…
  • Gluten-Free Fudgy Brownie Cupcakes

    Karina Allrich
    20 Feb 2015 | 9:00 pm
    Fudgy Brownie Cupcake LoveLately we've been experimenting with baking brownies in a cupcake tin. Just for a change-up. We felt like tweaking again. We're using Baker's chocolate now (semi-sweet and unsweetened). And we're favoring hazelnut flour. We boosted the baking soda a tad. When they bake they rise and fall and crack like little flourless chocolate cakes.What's not to love?[READ MORE...}By Gluten-Free Goddess® Karina. Browse wonderful gluten-free recipes at http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com
  • Kale Soup with Spicy Chicken Sausage and Sweet Potato

    Karina Allrich
    14 Feb 2015 | 10:00 pm
    Comfort Food for a Darkand Gnarly WinterBack in New England, it's been one long gnarly Winter. The word wicked does not even begin to cover it. Epic... might be a start. Massive... might be an understatement. The snow, you see, is record breaking. One might even say, insane. It's enough to make a big dog weep.In (previously) typical fashion, one might be tempted to throw up one's hands in defeat and shout, Let the carb cravings begin! But I might actually be in the mood to defy such cravings, yipping and gnawing inside my belly like so many tiny, quivering chihuahuas. Tugging my…
  • Gluten-Free Chocolate Recipe Love

    Karina Allrich
    8 Feb 2015 | 7:00 am
    Celebrate love with these fabulous gluten-free chocolate recipes.I've said it before. Chocolate is love. And any excuse to celebrate love (or chocolate) is high on my priority list. Here are some of my hand-picked favorite gluten-free chocolate recipes for Valentine's Day- or any day you feel like celebrating love.Which, in my corner of the world, ought to be every day.Cacao! conquers all.[READ MORE...}By Gluten-Free Goddess® Karina. Browse wonderful gluten-free recipes at http://glutenfreegoddess.blogspot.com
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    Gluten-Free Fun

  • National Celiac Disease Society Anniversary Dinner at Senza Gluten

    23 Feb 2015 | 7:11 am
    There's a new 100% gluten-free restaurant in New York City called Senza Gluten. Everything at Senza Gluten is delicious and safe for anyone that is gluten-free. Gluten doesn't even cross the threshold into the restaurant! Senza Gluten is located at 206 Sullivan Street, New York City.On March 2nd, 2015, Senza Gluten is hosting a 4th Anniversary dinner for the National Celiac Disease Society. This is the very first event for the National Celiac Disease Society in NYC, and seating is very limited!An exclusive and extensive menu is being created for the guests that evening by Executive Chef…
  • Gluten-Free Smoothies for Everyone with Nutri Ninja

    17 Feb 2015 | 7:42 am
    I recently received my favorite kitchen appliance ever! The generous people at Ninja Kitchen asked me to review their Nutri Ninja with Auto iQ and I happily agreed. I have a very old and very crappy blender so when this new Nurti Ninja arrived, I felt like it was Christmas morning!I am kind of a smoothie addict. I usually do not start my day without a fruit smoothie. I usually add bananas, strawberries, and any other sweet fruit I have in my kitchen. Some days I add gluten-free hemp protein and other days I throw in a handful of spinach. I always use almond milk! This is a naturally…
  • Austin Gluten-Free Food Allergy Fest Ticket Giveaway

    10 Feb 2015 | 6:36 am
    A few weeks ago, I announced that I am a presenter at Living Without's Gluten-Free Food Allergy Fest in Austin, Texas. I am sharing my Gluten-Free Globetrotter knowledge with the attendees including expert tips about gluten-free travel around the world. I am thrilled to share the stage with some wonderful and prominent members of the gluten-free community including Beth Hillson, Dr. Samantha Brody, Laura B. Russell, Debbie Adler, Jules Shepard, Brandy Wendler, Kristine Kidd, Karen Morgan, and the Bona Dea team.Find me on Saturday and Sunday morning at 10:15am in meeting room 9C for…
  • Walkers Shortbread Goes Gluten-Free

    3 Feb 2015 | 7:03 am
    IT'S FINALLY HERE!!If you read other gluten-free blogs, you might have already heard this news. Just in case you missed it, the famous Walkers Shortbread has introduced three, brand-new gluten-free options to their shortbread line.When I was in Scotland, Walkers Shortbread was EVERYWHERE! I guess I never noticed it at home before since I couldn't eat it. My mom brought home tins of this Scottish shortbread as gifts for family and friends. She was raving about how good it was, but as a celiac I could not enjoy this traditional Scottish shortbread. Until now! According to the Walkers…
  • 10th Annual Evening with the Paul Taylor Dance Company to benefit the Celiac Disease Center

    29 Jan 2015 | 6:44 am
    It's that time of year again. This is such a wonderful night and I am proud to be a part of it. The theater is beautiful, the food is gluten-free, and a portion of each ticket sale goes to the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University.Join the NYC Celiac Meetup Group for the 10th Annual Evening with the Paul Taylor Dance Company to benefit the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University.Tuesday, March 24, 20155:45pm Gluten-Free Light Supper on the theater's 2nd Floor Promenade7pm Performance: Sunset, Eventide, Piazzolla CalderaDavid H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center, Columbus Avenue and…
 
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    Gluten Free Cooking School

  • Chicken Bone Broth

    Mary Frances Pickett
    11 Feb 2015 | 5:19 pm
    When I was a child, my grandmother’s refrigerator always contained at least one jar of homemade chicken broth. Every time she boiled chicken for a recipes, she saved the cooking liquid for later use.  I don’t know that I ever really thought much of it; it was just something that grandmothers did,  I thought. Oh, but I was so wrong. Broths and stocks are a key component of a good gut healing regimen.  In Gut and Psychology Syndrome, Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride states that,  “meats and fish stocks provide building blocks for the rapidly growing cells of the gut lignin and…
  • 10 Things that I Learned in 2014

    Mary Frances Pickett
    31 Dec 2014 | 7:31 am
    Last night I was listening (and being inspired by) Pat Flynn’s latest Smart Passive Income podcast (#141) And so this morning, while I cooked skillet after skillet of homemade hash browns for my sweet family, I started thinking about what I’d learned about cooking and eating gluten free during 2014.  It’s been a year of discovery and trying new things in the kitchen; a year of leaning how to heal and all of the new recipes and techniques that involves. I’m so very thankful to be going into 2014 knowing that we are all completely satisfied with our gluten free diets…
  • 5 New Year's Resolutions That Will Improve Your Health Without Dieting

    Mary Frances Pickett
    29 Dec 2014 | 3:53 pm
    New Year’s Day is fast approaching and with the thoughts of what we’d like to do differently in 2015. I, for one, am over dieting for the sake of losing weight. That’s not to say that I don’t need to lose a few pounds, but I’m sure that they will come off as I improve my overall health. And so, here are a few idea for New Year’s resolutions that will contribute to better health without deprivation. One of the key components of my health strategy for the coming year is improving my body’s ability to detoxify itself. If you’d like to learn more…
  • When Gluten Free Isn't Enough

    Mary Frances Pickett
    10 Dec 2014 | 5:05 pm
    Going gluten free was amazing for my health. I was 26 years old and had chronic migraines, chronic back pain, and chronic digestive issues that combined were quite debilitating and necessitated multiple doctor’s visits every month. And all of that went away when I started eating a gluten free diet. I thought I was good to go; that I had all of my health problems figured out. Not so. Fast forward 8 years now. I’m 34 years old and have discovered that depression and fatigue are even more debilitating than the migraines, back pain, and digestive issues. I pushed through all of those…
  • Books on Detox and Gut Healing

    Mary Frances Pickett
    8 Dec 2014 | 6:06 pm
    For today’s bit of writing, I thought I’d put together a list of the books that I’ve read this year that have impacted how I understand my health and how I am cooking in my kitchen. I’m writing about them in the order that I’ve read them, and have include some short notes that hopefully will let you decide if they are books that you’d like to read to. If any questions come to your mind while you’re reading this post, please do leave a comment. I’ll be writing more on some of these topics in the coming days and your questions will be very helpful…
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    Simply Gluten Free

  • Gluten Free Curry Noodle Soup Recipe

    Carol Kicinski
    26 Feb 2015 | 12:25 pm
    Did you know that the average woman gains between 5 to 7 pounds during the winter months? Yikes! That’s kinda depressing if you ask me. There are a number of reasons for this weight gain; we spend more time being sedentary in the cold weather, most people feel hungrier during cold weather months, we tend to eat heavier foods, and my own personal thought – we tend to wear heavier clothes, so who cares? The problem is that the weight that creeps up on us in the winter does not magically go away when the weather warms. Of course you don’t need to fall into this winter weight gain category.
  • Gluten Free Bacon & Egg Soup Recipe

    Carol Kicinski
    23 Feb 2015 | 1:22 pm
    Looking for a bit of comfort in a bowl? I have the perfect thing to warm your bones, fuel your body, and feed the soul – Bacon and Egg Soup. Yes, that’s right – bacon and eggs in soup! Crazy I know. Crazy delicious! This soup has so many things I love in one amazing bowl of yumminess. Bacon, gluten free bread cubes, poached cage free eggs, tomatoes, baby spinach, Parmesan cheese … I could go on and on but I probably had you at bacon right? Serve it for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or a midnight snack. Gluten Free Bacon & Egg Soup Recipe Ingredients ½ pound thick cut nitrate free…
  • Gluten Free Good Fortune Cookies Recipe

    Carol Kicinski
    18 Feb 2015 | 8:16 am
    Chinese New Year starts on the 19th of this month and in preparation for the year of the goat, might I suggest you make some gluten free fortune cookies? No, not the type that are all folded with a silly little fortune inside, but good fortune cookies – guaranteed to bring you prosperity in the coming year! According to Chinese culture, Almond Cookies symbolize coins and are sure to bring you good fortune. I have decided that if one coin is good, two have got to be better – after all, who couldn’t use a little more coin in their life? So I sandwiched the almond cookies together with a…
  • Gluten Free Almond Chocolate Cherry Stars Recipe

    Carol Kicinski
    11 Feb 2015 | 12:45 pm
    Despite what all the country music songs, poetry, and heart-wrenching literature have to say about it, love should not be difficult. And neither should baking gluten free cookies for your Valentine! Of course, anything that is worthwhile, like a truly fulfilling relationship, takes some work. But drudgery and misery? No! The work should be something you want to do, with a purpose that lifts you up and does not pull you down into despair. In both romantic relationships and cooking I have experienced times when the effort was just not worth the reward, when too much time was spent on worry and…
  • Gluten Free Coconut Bread Pudding Recipe

    Carol Kicinski
    6 Feb 2015 | 11:58 am
    There is nothing more satisfying on a winter day than warm bread pudding. This gluten free bread pudding has the advantage of all the comfort without the dairy and refined sugar. This means your comfort is also guilt free! Made in individual ramekins, this delightful dessert is ready in under 30 minutes. I mean seriously?!? Does it get much better than that? Note: There is a print link embedded within this post, please visit this post to print it. Gluten Free Coconut Bread Pudding Recipe Ingredients Gluten free non-stick cooking spray 1 gluten free baguette, torn into 1 inch pieces 2 large…
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    TAYLOR'S TABLE

  • 12 Feb 2015 | 11:31 pm

    12 Feb 2015 | 11:31 pm
    Beef Noodle Soup – Pho (gluten-free, dairy-free)This is not traditional by any means. At least I don’t believe so. In fact, it may not even be close. It may not even fit into the category of gourmet. In which case I say, you have to get out of the box sometimes! It was, however, derived from one of those, “Oh my gosh, I have to have it now!” moments where nothing else would do. Nothing. And it had to be pretty much now! I just treated myself – using the word “treated” lightly  – to two yoga classes. I decided to try an “advanced” Bikram yoga class. The…
  • 2 Feb 2015 | 9:58 pm

    2 Feb 2015 | 9:58 pm
    Crispy Kale Chips (gluten-free, dairy-free)Sometimes you just have to keep it simple. Now that the holidays have passed, the excitement of the New Year has faded, and the ski/snowboard season in the Pacific Northwest is rather “bunk” this year, things could feel a little bleak. February often brings about that sense, or so I’ve heard from many. So my friend and I decided to do a “cleanse” for the month of February, to prepare us for the upcoming new season…spring. I settled on an “anti-inflammation diet”.  Well, welcome to day two. No coffee in the morning. (I do…
  • Ghormeh Sabzi (Persian Stew with meat, green herbs, kidney beans and potatoes) (Gluten-free, Dairy-free & Soy-free)

    4 Nov 2014 | 10:14 pm
    Okay, I will admit, I have not made this dish in a while. I thought, though it is a weeknight, I would put it together and offer my son (who is half Persian) a little taste of his roots. No problem, we’ll have dinner, then go off to the gym for a work out.Honestly, it’s 7:41 and we are both like, “Really, work out after dinner?” So, it’s not that this dish is highly complex, or that I have been necessarily “slaving” in the kitchen for hours. (Well, maybe!) But, there is a certain component of time necessary to allow the flavors to meld in such a way, to tend to the necessary…
  • Beef Wellington - Gluten-free and Dairy-Free

    16 Feb 2014 | 3:27 pm
    I developed this recipe longer ago than I would like to admit. Meaning, it has been longer than I would like to admit since I have added a recipe. Life is like that. Busy. Sometimes crazy. I don't always have the time or the interest to plant myself in front of the computer following a work day full of screen time. Sometimes you just have to say "no" and be okay with it.That's not really important, nor is it why we are here. We are here because we want to create delicious meals that don't leave us to suffer. We want to enjoy life. We want to celebrate. We want to feel good. We want it all.
  • The “New” Classic Ragù Bolognese – Gluten-free, Dairy-free

    4 Feb 2013 | 6:04 pm
    Perfectionism is sometimes a curse. It stops me from doing so much of what I intend because I want it to be “just this way”. Sometimes, I simply do not begin a project because I have this “vision” and I want this amazingly undisturbed period of time in which to carry out my ideas just as I think they should be, or gather just the exact supplies I need to create the details I imagine. There are yet other times in which I begin something, only to be re-directed or find myself cut short on time, and rather than finishing up for finishing’s sake, I hold on to that “vision” and the…
 
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    Finding Joy

  • Ten Facts About When Moms Get Sick

    Rachel Marie Martin
    19 Feb 2015 | 5:57 pm
    So I might be just a wee bit under the weather. Now, when moms say they’re just a tad under the weather the rest of the world would be under the covers, begging for soup, and attempting to fight of intense chills while chugging a combo of Nyquil and Dayquil at appropriate hours. Okay. I […]The post Ten Facts About When Moms Get Sick appeared first on Finding Joy.
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    Celiac Disease and Gluten Free Diet | Celiac Corner

  • Celimmune Founded to Develop Novel Therapeutics for Celiac Disease (and Other Autoimmune Diseases)

    Paula
    27 Feb 2015 | 4:42 pm
    LEBANON, N.J. and BETHESDA, Md., Feb. 23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Celimmune LLC, a clinical development-stage immunotherapy company targeting autoimmunity and inflammation, today announced that it will initially focus its distinctive core competence in translational medicine, immunotherapy clinical development and commercialization on combating celiac disease. Read more HERE    
  • General Mills to Label Cheerios Gluten-Free

    Paula
    13 Feb 2015 | 6:49 am
    General Mills will be labeling their Original Cheerios (in yellow box), Honey Nut Cheerios, Multi-Grain, Apple Cinnamon and Frosted cereals gluten-free beginning in July of 2015. As reported in a Wall Street Journal article featured on wsj.com, “General Mills didn’t need to change ingredients. The main ingredient in Cheerios is oats, which are naturally gluten free. But oat crops are often contaminated by wheat, rye or barley in fields or transport trains that carry multiple types of grain, says Mr. Murphy. It took the Minneapolis-based company about three years to invent a…
  • Vitamin B12 Injections Available From VitaminInjections.net

    Paula
    11 Feb 2015 | 7:03 am
      Vitamin B12 is an important nutrient which is vital to our health and well-being. Signs of a B-12 deficiency include pale skin, bruising easily, diarrhea, constipation, dizziness, fatigue, forgetfulness, trouble sleeping, to name just a few. Many individuals can benefit from B-12 injections, including: Individuals diagnosed with Celiac Disease found to be deficient in B12 due to malabsorption; Vegans and vegetarians eliminating animal and fish products (a primary source of B12); People with other conditions such as Pernicious Anemia, Crohn’s, Graves’ Disease and Lupus; and the…
  • Individuals with Celiac are at Increased Risk of Non-alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease compared to the General Population, according to study

    Paula
    10 Feb 2015 | 9:22 am
    Researchers from the United States and Sweden conducted a population-based cohort study and based on study results have concluded individuals with celiac disease are at increased risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease compared to the general population. CONCLUSION: (posted on PubMed.com) “Individuals with celiac disease are at increased risk of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease compared to the general population. Excess risks were highest in the first year after celiac disease diagnosis, but persisted through 15 years beyond diagnosis with celiac disease.” To read more on the…
  • Celiac Disease may explain fertility problems, according to Indian researchers

    Paula
    7 Feb 2015 | 2:02 pm
      “Celiac disease may be at the root of some women’s problems with infertility, Indian researchers say. While there are many more common causes of infertility, the study suggests that women who don’t have a ready explanation for their failure to conceive should be screened for celiac disease, said Dr. Govind Makharia, a professor at All India institute of Medical Sciences in New Delhi. “There isn’t strong evidence to say that celiac disease causes infertility, but there are many anecdotal experiences where women with infertility have conceived after being…
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    Gluten Dude

  • How to Survive as a Gluten-Free Dude

    Gluten Dude
    27 Feb 2015 | 4:45 am
    Dude note: This article was written by yours truly and appeared in the latest issue of Simply Gluten Free magazine. If you are not a subscriber, it’s a good magazine run by good people. More info here. ————————————————- The gluten-free industry, for whatever reason, is represented in the public eye mostly people of the female persuasion. (Not that there’s anything wrong with that.) I’m sure there are a plethora of gluten-free dudes out there, but I suppose they just keep a lower profile.
  • An Awesome Gluten-Free Beer Company Needs Your Help

    Gluten Dude
    26 Feb 2015 | 6:35 am
    I am all about helping the gluten-free community. I also love beer. You put the two together and we’ve got today’s blog post. You see, there are companies that do gluten-free beer wrong (see Omission, Daura, etc.) and companies that do it right. And Ground Breaker seriously does it right. Not only are their beers completely gluten-free (NOT gluten-removed), they’re also seriously high quality and come in a variety of amazing craft brews (Fresh Hop, IPA, Squash, Coffee Pale, etc.) Unfortunately, they also only come in 22 oz bottles, which makes it very difficult for them 1)…
  • Let’s Talk About Poop

    Gluten Dude
    23 Feb 2015 | 6:21 pm
    Today’s topic of discussion Is simple and clear We’re talking about our bodies And the stuff that comes out of our rear I know it’s not easy And it may make you feel a bit loopy But what is more natural Than taking a little poopie? No need to be squeamish It’s not something to miss As we converse about what happens When I squeeze a Hershey’s Kiss You see ever since celiac My deuces have been runny For all of you in the same boat You know that this ain’t funny It’s been awful, it’s been messy When I go in the dumpy There is just nothing fun When…
  • Treat the Cause, Not the Symptom

    Gluten Dude
    18 Feb 2015 | 4:40 am
    So many topics to discuss: Pizza Hut teaming up with Udi’s, my daughter’s upcoming endoscopy, Coors Gluten-Free Beer, the (sad) PF Changs lawsuit, Cheerios marketing themselves as gluten free, and the list goes on and on. And I will get to all of these topics. But right now I’m tired. And I’m not just tired, but I’m CELIAC tired. Been struggling for two weeks now. Not sure what the cause was. I ate McDonald’s French Fries and washed them down with an Omission Beer, but I’m sure that wasn’t it. Yes…I’m just kidding. So today, I just…
  • Chipotle Goes Above and Beyond…and Overboard

    Gluten Dude
    12 Feb 2015 | 4:14 am
    We celiacs are a simple bunch. We don’t like to cause trouble. We hate being a burden. And man do we miss eating out and not worrying about getting sick. So when we come to your establishment and kindly inform you that we need our meal to be gluten-free, all we ask for in return is honesty and respect. Honesty…meaning if you cannot provide a safe meal for us, that’s totally cool. It’s better to know up front. And if you can, kudos to you. Respect…meaning if you decide you can serve us, that you do it quietly and with dignity. We don’t like being the center…
 
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    Gluten Free on a Shoestring

  • Samoas-Style Gluten Free Chocolate Sheet Cake

    Nicole Hunn
    27 Feb 2015 | 5:44 am
    It’s Girl Scout Cookie season, in case you hadn’t noticed. So far it seems to be off to a pretty peaceful start, with no one too mad at the Girl Scout organization over which gluten free cookies they do and don’t have for sale. That’s a relief. I’m all for Girl Scouts all being able to eat what they sell, but isn’t the lesson for them in the selling, not the eating? Either way  I’m fine making my own Girl Scout Cookies. I know there are a few gluten free varieties being sold here and there, but frankly if they’re not Samoas or Thin Mints…
  • Pull-Apart Gluten Free Garlic Knots

    Nicole Hunn
    25 Feb 2015 | 6:11 am
    In my house, everyone knows the rules about what I’m cooking and baking: Rule #1. Don’t ask! The kitchen is not just the kitchen. It’s my office, you know? And my laboratory. If I have to try to put words to what I’m doing, or trying to do, it ruins everything. I’m not thinking in words when I’m cooking, not yet. I’m thinking in concepts, and with my heart. But when I’m taking the recipe for Thick Crust Gluten Free Pizza on the blog (the one from GFOAS Bakes Bread) and making it into gluten free garlic knots—for the third time in a week?
  • Gluten Free Waffle Churros, con chocolate

    Nicole Hunn
    23 Feb 2015 | 6:19 am
    It may not be Cinco de Mayo (yet), but if you could have all the taste of light, fluffy and crisp churros without, well, having to deep fry anything, wouldn’t you get an early start? That’s what I thought. Enter gluten free waffle churros. We’ve already made gluten free churros, but this isn’t just that recipe made in a waffle iron. The ingredients are largely the same, but the proportions are different in all the right ways to make a waffle texture so perfect that you’ll almost swear they were fried (only “almost” since everybody knows that only…
  • Slow Cooker Gluten Free Chicken and Dumplings

    Nicole Hunn
    20 Feb 2015 | 5:41 am
    When I asked my 9 year-old daughter, whose hands you see above, to hold this bowl of gluten free chicken and dumplings for a photo the other week, she couldn’t believe that I hadn’t yet posted this recipe on the blog. “You’ve already made it so many times, Mom.” She’s right. I’ve really been getting into a groove with the slow cooker—enough that I’m thinking maybe I should add a “slow cooker” recipe category. So even though we’ve already made easy gluten free chicken and dumplings using my recipe for gluten free cream of…
  • Momofuku-Style Gluten Free Cornflake Chocolate Chip Marshmallow Cookies

    Nicole Hunn
    18 Feb 2015 | 6:31 am
    Judging from the Recipe Request submissions on the newly redesigned blog, you’d really like to make some of the recipes from Christina Tosi’s Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook (Amazon affiliate link in there) into gluten free treats. On account of writing cookbooks myself and knowing how important cookbook sales are if you want to continue writing them, I do tend to buy a fair number of (non-gluten-free) cookbooks. I use them for inspiration, of course, not for the recipes (being gluten-filled as they almost always are), and to support the art and science of recipe development if you…
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    Gluten Free Bread

  • Heavenly Brown Rice Flour, Dairy-Free Blueberry Pancakes

    Emily Moore
    28 Feb 2015 | 7:31 am
    Rice flour is one of a dozen options for wheat-avoiding eaters. But how do you choose whether to use white or brown? Most people decide based on texture or cost, opting for white rice flour or a combination of both. But brown rice flour offers a host of nutritional benefits, and it’s not uncommon to find a coupon or sale on name brands. (Like this) Brown rice flour contains more protein and fiber then the white variety, and offers a richer flavor. But baking with it can be tricky. Here’s a fun way to get some into your kiddos for breakfast or a snack. This recipe is also dairy-free and…
  • 9 Super Easy Gluten Free Snacks Kids (and Adults) Will Love

    Emily Moore
    22 Feb 2015 | 1:19 pm
    A plethora of snacks on the market are laden with gluten, so it’s hard to find something fun for kiddos with gluten allergies to nibble on. Making fancy ones yourself can be time consuming and require a lot of preplanning and specialized ingredients. But there are a couple handfuls of easy-to-prepare snacks that you’re kiddos will love, so we’ve herded them together for you. 1. Grape Pops This is unique and might sound silly but it’s a child favorite! For some reason freezing grapes makes them extra special. The sweet or sour flavor is intensified with an icy texture. This can also be…
  • No Gluten-Free Shopping List Should Be Without These Items

    Emily Moore
    20 Feb 2015 | 11:57 am
    As with any diet, going gluten free doesn’t necessarily mean higher quality foods are being eaten. For example, those cupcakes you make with chickpea flour may not contain the nasty protein you’re avoiding, but it still has sugar and fat that can hurt your body in other ways over the long haul. This is especially true of commercial snacks and products on the market targeting children with diet restrictions. The most common nutrient deficits in a none-gluten diet are fiber, vitamin A, and omega-3 fatty acids. However, if you keep the nine items below on your gluten free shopping list and…
  • Certified Gluten Free Mostess Cupcakes? Yes, Please!

    Emily Moore
    17 Feb 2015 | 7:40 am
    Before we get to our feature, we just wanted to announce the winner of our ‘I Heart Keenwah’ goodie bag. Congratulations Cassandra Good! And thank you to each of you who participated! Everyone gets that devilish sweet tooth, but desserts that don’t have gluten in them can be a hassle to find premade. That’s why it’s so wonderful to meet bakeries with kitchens that are certified gluten free. The Dallas Gluten-Free Expo gave Gluten-Free-Bread.org owner Christine an opportunity to rub elbows with many of them. One such meet-and-greet introduced Leah Lopez, a committed mother and…
  • Gluten Free Dairy Free Cheesecake: Perfect Treat for your Gluten Sensitive Sweetheart

    Emily Moore
    11 Feb 2015 | 4:33 am
    There is almost nothing more romantic and luxurious then a creamy, tangy, tantalizing cheesecake. Unfortunately, gluten-free options are ridiculously expensive. To make matters worse, a dairy-free version is impossible to find premade. The good news is its a cinch to make your own. Plus, there’s easy options to personalize flavors. The recipe below is a basic cherry-topped dessert. But you could easily use a different variety of GF cookies for the crust, or even brownies! The topping can also be made with just about any fruit, or you can opt out of a topping and sprinkle the cake with…
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  • Puerto Vallarta, Counting down the days until I visit #PVPresstrip

    Being Gluten Free
    18 Feb 2015 | 4:27 pm
    Life is full of adventures I am counting down the days until I visit Puerto Vallarta on a press trip in March; this is going to be the view that I am going to enjoy!.  With all this cold and snow, I have to say…… Life is full of adventures - Lifestyle and travel blog about our adventures along the way
  • Special weekend morning treat with Glutino and chocolate.

    Being Gluten Free
    14 Feb 2015 | 10:09 am
    Life is full of adventures I am part of the Glutino blogger program and am sent products for review. Weekends are my time to take it easy and have something a little extra special for breakfast.  With so many options available right now from Glutino,… Life is full of adventures - Lifestyle and travel blog about our adventures along the way
  • Gluten free Game day recipes to make for Superbowl Sunday! #Gameday

    Being Gluten Free
    1 Feb 2015 | 10:12 am
    Life is full of adventures There are so many great gluten free game day recipes out there to make up for a crowd, or just a couple of people, here are a few of my favourite ones that can be made up for the big… Life is full of adventures - Lifestyle and travel blog about our adventures along the way
  • Glutino pretzels, a healthy choice for snacks #ad

    Being Gluten Free
    31 Jan 2015 | 9:09 am
    Life is full of adventures I am part of the Glutino blogger program and am sent products for review.  Eating healthy is important to me, so I try to I offer my family snacks and treat that are not only good tasting, but also better… Life is full of adventures - Lifestyle and travel blog about our adventures along the way
  • Entertaining is easy…when you have OxiClean to help clean up! #WOWOxiClean

    Being Gluten Free
    24 Jan 2015 | 6:15 am
    Life is full of adventures I love having guests over, there is nothing better than getting together with friends over a meal. There is always a lot of great conversation and food. Sadly, once it is time to leave there is always cleanup to be… Life is full of adventures - Lifestyle and travel blog about our adventures along the way
 
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    Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes

  • Grain-Free Pork Dumplings (Soy-Free)

    Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes
    27 Feb 2015 | 8:38 am
    Here is an incredible recipe for grain-free pork dumplings and an introduction to an awesome Paleo recipe blog called Primal Palate. This recipe is also soy-free, which may be shocking for an asian recipe, but amazing for anyone with a soy allergy or intolerance. We shot a video to show you exactly how easy these...  Read More » The post Grain-Free Pork Dumplings (Soy-Free) appeared first on Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes.
  • Gluten-Free Chocolate Donuts with Strawberry Icing

    Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes
    12 Feb 2015 | 9:59 am
    Here is another gluten-free Valentine’s Day treat for you: gluten and dairy-free chocolate donuts with a strawberry icing. These cake donuts are soft and delicious with a glaze made from real strawberries, and are free of the top 7 allergens. The only pre-requisite for this recipe is the nessecity of a donut pan. Now, if...  Read More » The post Gluten-Free Chocolate Donuts with Strawberry Icing appeared first on Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes.
  • Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake (Vegan & Corn-Free)

    Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes
    6 Feb 2015 | 8:07 am
    Since Valentine’s Day is coming up, a chocolate confection needs to be on the menu.  This gorgeous gluten-free chocolate cake is also free of the top allergens: no nuts, dairy, eggs wheat, soy or corn.  The cake is delightfully moist and very chocolaty. It is a bit tricky to make a chocolate cake without using...  Read More » The post Gluten-Free Chocolate Cake (Vegan & Corn-Free) appeared first on Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes.
  • Gluten-Free Multi-Grain Hot Cereal

    Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes
    1 Feb 2015 | 11:57 am
    Here is another gluten-free breakfast idea that will warm you up!  A gluten-free multi-grain hot cereal is the best on a cold winter morning and this particular recipe packs a good nutritional punch. This porridge is made up of a mix of gluten-free grains and seeds.  The mix of grains really depends on your taste,...  Read More » The post Gluten-Free Multi-Grain Hot Cereal appeared first on Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes.
  • Gluten-Free Banana Bread

    Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes
    23 Jan 2015 | 9:15 am
    Here is an absolutely delicious gluten-free banana bread that you can add to your gluten-free breakfast repertoire. I used this recipe to make gluten-free banana-blueberry muffins for our bakery at the Kelowna Farmer’s Market. Everyone loved those muffins and the recipe translates very well into a banana loaf. This recipe makes a moist, classic banana...  Read More » The post Gluten-Free Banana Bread appeared first on Four Spoons Gluten-Free Recipes.
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