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Hidden Gluten Ingredients You Might Not Know About

Send to Kindle If you’ve been diagnosed with gluten intolerance or celiac disease, you already know (and hopefully avoid!) the most common sources and forms of gluten, such as wheat, rye, barley, oats, and the variants of these ingredients, but there are people out there who only look for these ingredients on labels. While wheat, […]

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No, Cheating on Your Gluten-Free Diet is NOT Okay

Send to Kindle If you’ve been diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten intolerance, you know how important it is to keep everything gluten out of your daily diet. It’s not easy, though. When you factor in your love for certain foods and the fact that hidden gluten ingredients exist, eliminating gluten can be a time-consuming […]

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10 Recipes for a Great Gluten-Free Picnic

Send to Kindle The 4th of July seems to traditionally be one of the most popular holidays for picnics. Whether it’s a family gathering during the day, or a picnic and fireworks at dusk, “4th of July” and “picnic” have been inseparable over the years. If someone in your party has celiac disease or gluten […]

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The Parent’s Guide to Gluten-Free

Send to Kindle Did you know that 1 in 133 people are diagnosed with celiac disease? Or that between 5% and 10% of all people suffer from a gluten sensitivity of some kind? Both of these are four times more common than they were in the 1950s. As little as one year ago, 30% of […]

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Repairing Celiac Damage: Healing Your Gut

Send to Kindle Those with celiac disease know what’s going on. We know about the damage that gluten can cause in our bodies. From flattened intestinal villi and nutrient deficiencies to a weakened immune system, low energy, and depleted serotonin levels, the havoc that gluten wreaks on our bodies is frightening and, in many cases, […]

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When You Should Give Your Kids Digestive Enzymes

Send to Kindle I really don’t think all kids need enzymes. Little ones are typically loaded with them. And if you give them enough fruits and vegetables, they’ll be getting them naturally from their food. It’s as we age that our enzyme supply gets depleted. Which is one of the five reasons we should all […]

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12 Nutrients in Foods That Fight Seasonal Allergies [Infographic]

Send to Kindle Some foods can actually trigger your allergies, or make them worse. This is because of something called Oral Allergy Syndrome (OAS).  The proteins in some fruits and veggies are similar to the proteins in pollen that cause hay fever. It’s helpful to know some of those foods that may cause a cross […]

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What to Avoid In Cosmetics if You Have Celiac Disease

Send to Kindle   Those of us with Celiac Disease are required to follow a strictly gluten-free diet. Okay. But what about the gluten that could be lurking in products we use daily? What about our cosmetics? This is a question that seems to never have an answer that’s set in stone. However, many Celiacs […]

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Yeast Overgrowth – Why You Have it & Natural Remedies

Send to Kindle It seems everywhere you turn, there’s a commercial or social media post about yeast issues. Yeast is a form of  fungus. Candida albicans is the most common and most recognized fungal infection. For some it can be a minor irritation, but for anyone with a compromised immune system, it can be deadly. […]

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Vega Maca Chocolate Bar – A Delicious Nutrient Powerhouse

Send to Kindle If you love chocolate, you’ll also probably love knowing the health benefits – of healthy chocolate that is.  There are quite a few chocolate lovers at Natural Healthy Concepts, so we’re quite thrilled to be offering the delicious and super nutritious Vega Maca Chocolate Bars at our store and online. Benefits of Dark chocolate […]

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