Cruisin' GF

Jennifer & her ENTIRE family just went on an Alaskan Princess cruise, which included her Celiac Mom, Brother & Son Logan. The cruise was wonderful…well, let me re-phrase that…it was great, but the first two days were really, really rough.  We went on a cruise to Alaska .  It was beautiful, the ship was wonderful, Read more…

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Everybody’s Doing It…..

Hey y’all, eating gluten free is definitely having a “moment”!  In just the last two weeks, I’ve read about two different celebrities eschewing gluten.   The first article I read was about Gwyneth Paltrow’s upcoming cookbook.  Apparently, she’s into eating healthy and one of the only things she tries to avoid entirely is gluten, because she Read more…

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Don’t Wait to Get Tested for Gluten Issues

If you suspect that you may have celiac disease or an intolerance to gluten, it’s important to take action now. Studies show that the longer the length of time before a celiac diagnosis, the greater the chance of developing serious health risks. Untreated celiac disease can actually be life-threatening. Celiac people are more likely to Read more…

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New Gluten-Free Products Set to Hit the Market

Because I work as a gluten-free product specialist for Return to Eden new gluten-free product information tends to cross my desk on a daily basis.  Listed below are the most recent products I’ve heard about, but haven’t sampled just yet.  The new products represent a nice selection of breads, crackers, grains, snacks and desserts and Read more…

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Turning 6 G-Free!

This past week the self-titled gluten free boy had his sixth birthday.  Last Saturday we had a small army of crazy kids invade our swimming pool on what happened to be one of the hottest days of the Fresno summer so far. As I sat back sipping my gluten free sno-cone wondering which would melt Read more…

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Easy G-Free Fix…Eat Ethnic!

When my son was first diagnosed with celiac disease a few months ago, I kept trying to find decent replacements for many of his favorite foods.  We tried multiple brands of tapioca hamburger buns with moderate success.  We suffered through more than a few not-so-tasty gluten free pastas, made of rice, corn, quinoa, and millet.  Read more…

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