Living Fullfilled: Adapting to Life Gluten-Free Name: Maureen L. Ellis, Ph.D. I am originating and authorizing Tina Turbin to share this story with you. Maureen has generously offered to share her continued story as time progresses. Check back for Part 3 or sign up for the RSS feed on the right hand column.(this means you will […]
There are many ways we with celiac or gluten intolerance can help others. One way is to head a group. Jane is an exceptional woman with her story and running a group for many years now. Here is her story and a link to a news article about her and her experiences. Really worth […]
By Shandra Martinez ALLEGAN — Perrigo Co.’sannouncement Monday it will be the first manufacturer in the United States to label more than 200 of its over-the-counter drugs gluten free is drawing mixed reactions. The problem is the Food and Drug Administration has not come out with a standard for what is considered gluten free, said Elaine […]
OK, how many of us end up with a few left over radishes, a few apples or even one banana. A good “tool” to have is our own creative imagination but what happens when we get that “block” and all we want to do is toss the darn things or add them to our compost? […]
Perfect to complement your gluten-free baking, enter this month’s Gluten-free contest to try your luck at winning a most beautiful and treasured item for your kitchen. Click on the above “contest” link for a peek at the prize. Or you may visit the Gluten Free Help home page to enter! Hurry and enter before November 30th! Best […]
The St. Petersburg Times recently ran an announcement about my Gluten-Free Halloween Cup Cake Party in the “Food File Calendar” located in the Taste Section of the newspaper! Thank you to the Times!
How Does Celiac Affect You? As I have said before, According to Dr. Alessio Fasano, medical director of the Center for Celiac Research, 2.5 million to 3 million people in the USA have celiac disease. This makes it twice as common as Crohn’s disease, ulceric colitis and cystic fibrosis combined. Unfortunately to date, no more […]
If you need to adhere to a Gluten Free diet, dining out can be hell. I sit there half the time explaining to my waiter what gluten is, to finally resort to asking to speak to the Head Chef in hopes the guy or gal knows what I am talking about. More and more restaurants […]