How to Shop for Delicious Allergen Free Foods

It’s Celiac Disease Awareness Month, and I’m hoping we’ll help more people find the path to health by getting diagnosed. I’m also sharing all the information I can about living deliciously Gluten-Free and avoiding other allergens. The challenges of living with Celiac or food allergies can be exhausting, especially if you’re new to the process of eliminating Read more…

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I Was Supposed to Have a Hysterectomy Today.

I was supposed to have a hysterectomy today, but I didn’t. I’m assuming you gathered that from the “supposed to” part of the title. Through a series of Lemony Snicket-style events, it’s been rescheduled for a few weeks from now, so I have that to look forward to. I normally don’t share news like this Read more…

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Seriously, Stop Demonizing Almonds

This is as good and as comprehensive as any piece I’ve read on the California Drought & Agriculture.  KC thanks to Pinch My Salt for sharing. We have seen the real cause of the California drought, and it’s one crunchy inch tall. One gallon of water to grow a single nut? BAN THEM ALL, writes everyone. But almond Read more…

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The face of celiac disease | Brynne, Hungry Girl

Article courtesy of Brynne Cramer, Gluten Free Hungry Gal After putting some thought into it, I’ve determined I’m the face of celiac disease. And so are you (if you have celiac disease, of course). My point is, celiac disease has many faces. You can’t look at someone and tell they have celiac disease, which can be a blessing or a curse. Read more…

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