Detoxify Your Indoor Air with Essential Oils

Detoxify Your Indoor Air with Essential Oils

Aromatherapy has been around for many years, but it seems like it’s really catching on these days. This is great news for families, who otherwise may turn to unnatural, toxic air freshening sprays to deodorize their home. Essential oils not only fill your home with sweet-smelling, long-lasting fragrances, but they actually disinfect the air, effectively […]

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Folic Acid vs. Methylfolate

Folic Acid vs. Methylfolate

I remember when I was pregnant and at every single OB appointment I was asked, “are you taking folic acid”. It was apparently the most important thing to my OB’s nurses. So what exactly is “folic acid” and what is this “methylfolate” you sometimes see on the back of supplements? I am more on the […]

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Turkey Meatballs for Sensitive Stomachs

Turkey Meatballs for Sensitive Stomachs

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 […]

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Gluten Free Nutrition Packed Jello

Gluten Free Nutrition Packed Jello

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 […]

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Product Review: Dr Prices Vitamins

Product Review: Dr Prices Vitamins

When I was a kid I hated taking vitamins. The same thing goes for today. Unfortunately due to being an undiagnosed celiac for so many years I do have to take vitamins. I have always had a hard time digesting the capsules on most vitamins. I feel them just sit in my stomach for what […]

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Could a Gluten Insensitivity Be Causing Your Child’s ADHD? – Guest Blog

Could a Gluten Insensitivity Be Causing Your Child’s ADHD? – Guest Blog

Diagnoses for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, are on the rise. The symptoms of ADHD have long been a problem in a number of children, though the classification of ADHD as a disorder is relatively recent. The statistics show a large discrepancy in the number of children diagnosed with ADHD, ranging anywhere from five […]

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Nick and the Shrinking Inner Spaceship- Book Review

Nick and the Shrinking Inner Spaceship- Book Review

A lot of change has occurred in the gluten-free community and field in the last few years. Even since I was diagnosed 6 years ago a lot has happened. More and more young kids are getting diagnosed correctly with celiac disease. This means for them, that they get to skip the years and years of physical discomfort, emotional […]

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Treating Autism with Bentonite Clay

Treating Autism with Bentonite Clay

As a children’s author, researcher, and humanitarian, I have been growing increasingly alarmed at the growing number of autism diagnosis. Whereas in the 1980s, a study shows that 4 in every 10,000 children exhibited signs of autism, a study conducted recently by Cambridge University’s Autism Research Center showed that approximately 1 in 60 children have […]

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Coconut Whipped “Cream” Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Grain-Free – Recipe

Coconut Whipped “Cream” Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Grain-Free – Recipe

Top your favorite gluten-free desserts with this delicious non-dairy alternative to whipped cream! INGREDIENTS: 3 medium young Thai coconuts, meat only (3/4 to 1 c meat total) ½ c coconut oil, firm 1/8 c honey 2 tbsp vanilla extract 1/4 tsp salt   DIRECTIONS: 1. Blend all the ingredients in a high-powered blender until very […]

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Refractory Celiac Disease Incidence May Be Higher Than Once Thought

Refractory Celiac Disease Incidence May Be Higher Than Once Thought

For most celiac patients, treatment on the gluten-free diet marks the turning point for their health. It can take a few months for the villi of the small intestine to heal, but eventually their symptoms are alleviated and they are able to absorb the nutrients in their food. Unfortunately, there is percentage of celiacs who […]

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