Until Then…We Bake!

I’m starting to notice in talking most adults about Logan or when things come up in conversation about going gluten free, I almost always get a super negative response.  It revolves around “that’s terrible” and it basically comes down to “that sucks, or what can he eat.”  I see these people think to themselves, wow, Read more…

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Finding a Gluten Free Turkey

Hey Everybody – We’ve had so many questions from people trying to find Gluten Free Turkeys, I wanted to post a bit of a guide for you – hope you have a happy, healthy & Gluten Free Holiday Season –  KC Avoid these terms: – Basted, marinated, injected, preservatives, flavor enhanced, modified starch, irradiated spices Read more…

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2010 Holiday Wine Picks!

Here are my 2010 Holiday Wine Picks – perfect for gift giving, taking to parties or pouring for yourself & friends. I hope you love them, and have a great holiday season!   KC Prosecco – Italy’s version of Champange – my favorite is from Mionetto – serve it by itself, with berries or with a Read more…

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Glutino Launches New Website

The Glutino Food Group, a trusted pioneer and leader in the gluten-free food category, announces the launch of its new website, www.glutino.com. The easy-to-navigate site offers several new features and trusted resources for those living a gluten-free lifestyle, including information and tools for those recently diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten intolerance. As a leader Read more…

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Gluten: The Secret Ingredient

Gluten appears in foods and products you would not expect, such as licorice, shampoo and lipstick. It is used as a thickener in salad dressing and a filler in processed meats. Soy sauce has gluten, and so does beer. People with gluten problems become label readers who become familiar with gluten’s hiding places. “Anything with Read more…

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Probiotics: Dr. Fasano and Celiac Disease

As an author, researcher, and gluten-free advocate, I work to raise awareness for celiac disease and gluten intolerance because with increased awareness comes more research, more diagnoses, and even better treatments. I’d like to give you an example of how the work of just one researcher, Dr. Fasano of the Center for Celiac Research at the University Read more…

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IBS and Gluten Intolerance

Like many people who have been diagnosed with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), you may have discovered that you are gluten intolerant. Or maybe you have IBS symptoms and are wondering if you are gluten intolerant. The diagnosis of IBS of course is (or was) of no real help to you, and it really is of Read more…

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Do You Really Need a Biopsy to Diagnose Celiac Disease?

Celiac disease is traditionally diagnosed with a positive biopsy of the small intestine. The biopsy will demonstrate damage to the intestine known as villous atrophy. Villi are small finger-like extensions of the lining of the intestine that are visible only under the microscope. People with celiac disease and other conditions will show a marked reduction Read more…

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