If you’ve been a little confused as to which one is best, you’re not alone. Frankly, it confuses me, too! You might also be wondering what the difference is between the two and does it matter? The two words are often used interchangeably, but if you listen to the manufacturers, they’ll say they have distinct […]
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Is Gluten Intolerance the same as Celiac Disease?
By Theresa Groskopp, CN on July 16, 2013 in Health Tips
Celiac.Â Gluten-free.Â 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 Celiac disease have […]
Will Your Super Bowl Party be a “Fail Mary” for Your Diet?
By Theresa Groskopp, CN on January 18, 2013 in Health News
All the food and beverages served at Super Bowl parties, along with our low serotonin levels caused by the disappointing season of our favorite team, can make it a challenging day for those of us who made a New Year’s resolution to lose weight. Trailing only Thanksgiving, Super Bowl Sunday is the second biggest day […]