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What Does Gluten-Free Actually Mean, Anyway?

Send to Kindle It’s pretty hard to go to a grocery store or corner market and not see products that are labeled gluten-free. If you’re celiac like me or suffer from gluten intolerance, seeing this label more often probably makes you pretty happy. After all, more gluten-free labels mean more food options. It seems that […]

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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 Foods You Never Knew Contained Gluten

Send to Kindle If you’ve been diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten intolerance, or have a child who has been, you already know it’s important to read every ingredient label on the foods you buy. While most of us are vigilant about this, every once in a while, we end up with something we shouldn’t […]

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6 Gluten-Free Breakfast Recipes

Send to Kindle I love breakfast but will admit I often find myself running out of options.  If you’re gluten-free it can be even more difficult to find simple yet delicious breakfast options as many quick or “eat on-the-go” options contain gluten. I don’t know about you, but at our house, we don’t have extra […]

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What You Should Know About Eating Gluten-Free

Send to Kindle Have you been feeling fatigued? Has your stomach been angry? Have you seen a doctor about this problem, yet he found nothing irregular with your test results? The answer could be in your food. I started having trouble with my digestive system in college. There were days that my stomach seemed to […]

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Is Gluten Intolerance the same as Celiac Disease?

Send to Kindle Celiac. Gluten-free. G-free. You’ve probably heard these terms in the media recently. Gluten-free foods are popping up everywhere and more and more stars are starting to live a gluten free lifestyle. It seems as though the media has glamorized gluten-free living as the latest trend when, in reality, those who have gluten sensitivity or […]

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The Basics of Celiac Disease

Send to Kindle Celiac disease affects 1% of healthy, average Americans. This means at least 3 million people are living with Celiac disease and 97% of them are probably undiagnosed. To put Celiac Disease in perspective, consider these facts from the University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center. Type 1 Diabetes affects 3 million people. 6% […]

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