This Was My Mom | April, Anti-Gluten Activist

April has courageously shared the story of her mother’s decline, caused by Gluten Ataxia, on her blog and on our site. Please join me in sending April and her family love and light as they suffer through this loss, and thanking her for spreading awareness about Gluten Ataxia in a very personal way. I know her hope is that Read more…

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Foster Farms Gluten-Free Giveaway! | Brandy, Celiac Queen

Article Courtesy:  Brandy Wendler, Mrs. NorthWest International Recently, I was contacted by the fabulous people over at Foster Farms to trial their new gluten-free corn dogs. I have made corn dogs myself in the past, but it usually take a lot of time and effort. My husband and I used to have “Fair Food Fridays” during Read more…

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WTF is Gluten Ataxia | April, Anti-Gluten Activist

Gluten ataxia is a form of gluten sensitivity, a wide spectrum of disorders marked by an abnormal immunological response to gluten. With gluten ataxia, damage takes place in the cerebellum, the balance center of the brain that controls coordination and complex movements like walking, speaking and swallowing. Gluten ataxia is the single most common cause of Read more…

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Gluten-Free Up North Michigan 2014 | Brynne, Hungry Gal

Article and reviews courtesy of Brynne Cramer, Gluten Free Hungry Gal Late July, early August is one of my favorite times of year. That might sound odd to most, but it’s the time my family packs up and vacations in Northern Michigan. It’s so beautiful. I can’t get enough. As part of this year’s trip, I wanted Read more…

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FDA’s new Gluten-Free labeling standards kick in

via Associated Press   WASHINGTON –  Starting this week, “gluten-free” labels on packaged foods have real meaning. Until now, the term “gluten-free” had not been regulated, and manufacturers made their own decisions about what it means. This new requirement is especially important for people who suffer from celiac disease and don’t absorb nutrients well. They Read more…

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Focaccia with Sage and Brown Butter | MaryFran, Cupcake Therapist

Article courtesy: Mary Fran Wiley of Frannycakes This post is part of the Gluten-Free Ratio Rally, a group of gluten-free bloggers inspired and empowered by Ruhlman‘s Ratio and started by Shauna at Gluten-Free Girl. We get together each month and post many different takes on the same theme. This month that theme is Gluten-Free Tarts and the rally is Read more…

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