Once you start eating gluten free, you will want to add some specialty gluten-free foods to your diet quite quickly to help fill in some gaps. Where to shop If you shop at a large grocery chain, your store may carry some gluten free products every day. Some times they put [...]Read more ›
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“There’s no doubt that gluten-free is finally getting the attention it deserves from mainline retailers.” So says Kinnikinnik Foods, which specializes in the manufacturing and wholesale distribution of gluten-free foods to over 800 stores in the United States. The blog pointing that out also boasts, “We’re pleased to announce that [...]Read more ›
If you are a parent, you know how picky kids can be about what they eat. If you have a child with celiac disease or gluten intolerance, or even if you are just concerned about the effects gluten may have on your child, that makes meal and snack planning even [...]Read more ›
You believe that your toddler might have Celiac Disease but aren’t really sure what he can eat. There is a lot of confusion regarding what foods are Gluten Free. My wife and I have come up with some quick Gluten Free meals for your toddler. Our 2 year old has [...]Read more ›
When my son was first diagnosed with Celiac’s Disease, my wife and I didn’t know where to start. We wanted to keep some things in the house that he could eat right now. This list is by no means complete, but it is a good starting point. A List of [...]Read more ›
Begin introducing one food at a time, and then wait a few days to introduce the next food. Eat a large portion of the new food all by itself, preferably during lunch. Wait a few hours and see if there is an immediate reaction. If you don’t have a reaction, [...]Read more ›
If you have Celiac disease, it is difficult for your intestines to absorb nutrients from the food that you eat. This is because, the villi that line up the walls of your intestines and are responsible in the absorption of nutrients from the food we eat are damaged and may [...]Read more ›