Probiotics Helping the Gluten Free Diet Part 2

The Importance of Probiotics The term “probiotics” is often heard in many different contexts, but I want to provide you with a concrete definition. In probiotics helping the gluten-free diet part 2, you will learn that probiotics are bacteria and yeast that live in our gut and aid in digestion. These are not the same […]

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Probiotics Helping the Gluten Free Diet Part 1

Choosing to follow a healthy lifestyle of clean eating and introducing probiotics into your diet is beneficial for everyone in your family! In probiotics helping the gluten-free diet part 1, you will see what being “gluten-free” is all about and understand the importance of adding probiotics to your diet. Making healthy choices is not always […]

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About the Specific Carbohydrate Diet

Welcome to part 3 of my 3 part series about the Specific Carbohydrate Diet! It has been a lot of fun sharing this information about celiac, and other bowel diseases with you, and I hope you are enjoying learning about this as much as I have. If you have not already, be sure to check […]

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Celiac Book, Why go Grain-Free on the Paleo Gluten-Free Diet?

  My purpose in writing this celiac and grain free eBook was to help the many people struggling with body issues that they just cannot get a grip on. I was one of these people for an excruciating ongoing 7 years. At that time, I was wasting money, time and gluten-free was not at all […]

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The Gluten-Free Diet: Can Non-Celiacs Benefit?

Over recent years, avoiding gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, has become increasingly popular among Americans. Many people on the gluten-free diet have celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder triggered by gluten that can affect the entire body, in particular the small intestine, causing serious health problems. A study is suggesting that people […]

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Why Celiacs Fail to Heal on the Gluten-Free Diet

A gluten-free diet is the only treatment available for celiac disease and generally helps patients heal from intestinal damage caused by the disease’s characteristic autoimmune reaction to gluten. Unfortunately, not all celiacs recover from the damage. In fact, a study in The American Journal of Gastroenterology has found that more than 30 percent of celiac […]

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The Gluten-Free Diet: Can Non-Celiacs Benefit?

Over recent years, avoiding gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, has become increasingly popular among Americans. Many people on the gluten-free diet have celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder triggered by gluten that can affect the entire body, in particular the small intestine, causing serious health problems. A study is suggesting that people […]

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FREE Newsletter and Handouts on Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free Diet Available

Knowledge is power when it comes to celiac disease and gluten-free living. Lucky for us Shelley Case, RD, (pictured above) author of the Gluten-Free Diet: A Comprehensive Resource Guide and acclaimed celiac and gluten-free nutrition expert offers a FREE newsletter and FREE handouts online. Her newsletter offers timely news, recipes, great information, and special discounts. […]

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Stop Your Celiac Child from “Cheating” on His Gluten-Free Diet

    Studies have shown that one of the main reasons why some celiac patients can’t stay gluten-free is that they don’t have a support group to encourage and help them. Being a part of support group can provide emotional and practical advantages to help you and your child succeed in the gluten-free lifestyle. This especially […]

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The Gluten-Free Diet: Managing Nutritional Deficiencies

Patients who are newly diagnosed with celiac disease often find that they have nutritional deficiencies, and what’s worse, gluten-free products are often low in B vitamins, calcium, vitamin D, iron, zinc, magnesium, and fiber and aren’t fortified in these nutrients. When Swedish researchers studied adult celiac patients who had been gluten-free for ten years, they […]

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Help Your Celiac Child Get Enough Fiber in His Gluten-Free Diet

It’s important to realize and meet the challenge of getting enough fiber in your child’s new diet, and it’s easy, too. Why is that it’s more difficult to get enough fiber in a gluten-free diet? Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, grains which are high in fiber. Rice flours and the […]

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Getting Enough Fiber in Your Gluten-Free Diet—Some Helpful Tips

As healthy as it is cutting out the gluten allergen from your diet, you may find yourself experiencing the effects of insufficient fiber. Rice flours and the starches commonly used in gluten-free diets are lower in fiber than many gluten-containing grains. It is important to realize and meet the challenge of getting enough fiber in […]

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The Gluten-Free Diet: Managing Weight Gain

If you’ve been diagnosed with celiac disease, you probably know all about the painful and uncomfortable physical and mental symptoms and are glad to be rid of them with a gluten-free diet. However, staying away from gluten doesn’t mean that your health and well-being are guaranteed, although fortunately you have taken a major step in […]

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A Diet Free From Gluten Can Be Good For You- Jamie Stern

Jamie Stern is the founder of www.Allergiesandme.com and has contributed this article to this site in order to reach out and help others. Jamie has done researcher in many areas to help those in need and today she has shared her latest research on how a gluten-free diet has many positive aspects. Please read and enjoy. […]

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The Gluten-Free Diet: Managing Cholesterol Levels

     If you’ve been diagnosed with celiac disease, you probably know all about the painful and uncomfortable physical and mental symptoms and are glad to be rid of them with a gluten-free diet. However, staying away from gluten doesn’t mean that your health and well-being are guaranteed, although fortunately you have taken a major step […]

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Gluten Free Diet Tips from a Registered Dietitian

I am always willing to share tips and advice from people who have advice I feel worth having on my blog. Registered Dietitian, Rebecca Subbiah has reached out to help share some helpful tips. Here you go: I have been a dietitian for 9 years over this period of time I have seen many improvements […]

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Gluten Free Diet and Fiber

I travel, I sit on my bum and write day and night and I do all the things I am supposed to do, I think. Just between you and me there are times that I KNOW I just am not getting enough fiber in the good old GF diet, if you know what I mean! […]

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FREE Webinar! – Neurology and Celiac Disease

Please join this free webinar on Thursday, September 30th and please spread the news. This fall 2021 series will be held Thursday, September 30, 2021, at 1pm EST. Speakers will present on selected topics for 60 minutes, followed by 15 minutes for Q&A.  “The Intersection of Neurology and Celiac Disease”. To learn more and/or register […]

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Calorie Deficit

  Having a calorie deficit can have a negative effect on your metabolism. Most people dream of eating anything that they want, without the addition of calories. As perfect as that may sound, to have such a high metabolism is not always attainable. There are certain things that we do in our daily life that […]

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Gluten Free proteins are the bodies building block

In this day and age, people are avoiding carbs and eating protein. Although protein is important, the right protein is necessary for us to be healthy. We should eat protein every day… but what type of protein? We need the protein to build lean body mass, which will help us fight disease. Proteins are the […]

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Promising Novel Therapies for Celiac Disease

All are welcome. Join the Harvard Medical School Celiac Research Program and the National Celiac Association for their final webinar in the spring 2021 “All Things Celiac” series. Wednesday, May 26, 2021 at 1:00 pm EST More details and link below. Also, stay tuned for Fall 2021 webinars. Join the Virtual Monthly Meeting on “All […]

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Gluten Free Butternut Squash Soup

This Gluten-Free Butternut Squash Soup recipe is prepared quite differently than you may be accustomed to. I want to introduce the great benefits of cooking with collagen to those of you who are not as familiar with its powerful impact on our diets. Collagen is a protein that is abundant within the human body. It […]

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Dermatitis Herpetiformis or Celiac Disease?

This blog is of the utmost importance to me, being that it is on an extremely important topic of interest. The question that will be addressed asks “is it Dermatitis Herpetiformis or celiac disease”? Perhaps you have not heard of Dermatitis Herpetiformis (DH, Duhring’s disease) before. No need to worry, I will walk you through […]

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Calorie Deficit – Gluten Free

Having a calorie deficit can have a negative effect on your metabolism. Most people dream of eating anything that they want, without the addition of calories. As perfect as that may sound, to have such a high metabolism is not always attainable. There are certain things that we do in our daily life that can […]

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Sugar Free Tapioca Pudding

I have been “pudding” a lot of love into this fine Tapioca Pudding recipe, and I am so excited to be able to share it with you. A taste of this pudding will send your taste buds ascending to the clouds. This recipe is a very clean tasting, gluten-free, dairy-free recipe without any sugar. This […]

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Gluten-Free Parsnips Pasta with Sun Dried Tomato Pesto

I think you will love the twist in this new gluten free recipe. When I say parsnips what do you think of? I bet you never really think “parsnips and pasta” in one sentence. Well, this gluten-free parsnips pasta with sun dried tomato pesto recipe is going to really give you one heck of a […]

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