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Some Startling Facts: 97% of Americans estimated to have celiac disease (CD) are not diagnosed, CD has over 300 known symptoms yet some people experience none, 30% of the US population is estimated to have the genes necessary for CD, 2.5 babies born every minute in the USA alone with the genetic makeup to have CD, CD affects more people in the US than Crohn’s Disease, Cystic Fibrosis, MS and Parkinson’s disease combined, 12% of in the US with Down Syndrome also have CD, 6% of people in the US who have Type 1 Diabetes also have CD. This site provides information on gluten-free living.
Many of us have heard of online memberships that send you a box every month, every other month, etc. I first noticed them in the beauty industry and then they extended to dog products, kid products, jewelry, etc. With busy lives it is so rewarding to get a fun and special box delivered to […]
I have to make meals both appealing to my son and husband. Although my son enjoys different spices, I try to not add too much so his stomach doesn’t get upset. These Turkey meatballs for sensitive stomachs can be pre-made and they store very well. I am pleased to announce that Brixton has finally decided […]
I do my best to transition my comfort foods into healthier alternatives. Chinese food is one of those foods that I crave but after eating it I always feel pretty bloated and gross for a good 24 hours. Food is a big source of my energy as sleep isn’t a luxury I always have […]
This recipe was contributed by Michelle Francis-Winer, Founder of the Zensweet Company. I hope you enjoy it as much as we have! Oh my goodness…This Gluten Free Flourless Chocolate Cake is one of the best recipes we’ve ever made. Everyone, including many kids absolutely love this gluten-free cake. It has a very dark chocolate flavor […]
There is this joke when you are a new mom to just “put some coconut oil on it” for just about everything. Diaper rash, cut, dry skin, etc. You even hear the occasional joke of someone saying to use it for something totally irrelevant like “Didn’t get enough sleep last night? Just rub some coconut […]
With May being the official celiac awareness month, I wanted to dedicate a post to just that. Maybe I will clarify for some of you some things you never knew or some things you have forgotten. First off, celiac disease is NOT a food allergy. It isn’t something you can “outgrow”. Celiac disease is one […]
I remember the first time I tried a Flax4Life product. It was their blueberry muffin and I was extremely impressed. Incredibly flavorful, moist and the fiber in these muffins was just awesome. So, when I saw they released new products I pretty much had to try them. I mean, flax brownies? Did someone say chocolate […]
Food is all about balance. Balance means tasty treats too. I am all about treats but since my son is only 13 months old I have to come up with treats on the healthier side. This gluten free nutrition packed jello is extra nutritious because it has the fiber from apple sauce instead of straight juice and […]
Diets are always a hot topic. With our societies health as a whole declining many are searching for that “perfect diet”. In fact, the word “diet” has somewhat of a stigma connected to it. A diet should be a lifestyle change, not something you do for a couple days crazily and then eat flaming […]
Is it ever not flu season? Is a bug ever NOT going around. Feels as though there is always something going around being passed from kid to kid, family member to family member and coworker to coworker. We do our best to maintain a healthy immune system so we don’t catch what is going around […]
First of all, I am definitely not a doctor and do not claim to be one. I get contacted a lot by mothers asking me questions about how I am raising my son though since he has been pretty darn healthy and a pretty easy baby. Specifically, I get asked about his diet and in […]
This morning I was mashing up a banana for my gluten-free son Brixton and had a bunch left over. I thought to myself, “What can I make with ¾ of a banana?” I was obviously hungry and in no mood to put in the time for banana bread so I came up with the idea […]
This morning while my son was playing with his toys, I decided to quickly make some gluten-free biscuits. I was craving them and they are nearly impossible to find at the grocery store. While making the biscuits, it occurred to me that I’ve learned some gluten-free tips and tricks along the way that I take […]
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My experiences with celiac disease is unique to me, and as a result it led me down the path with mission-to raise awareness for celiac disease and those who are gluten sensitive!