Gluten is a unique protein present in rye, wheat, and barley. Most types of cereals and breads commonly contain gluten. However, not all grains have gluten. These include wild rice, buckwheat, soybeans, oats, teff, amaranth, millet, corn, and sunflower seeds. Some gluten can be taken out from wheat flour to [...]Read more ›
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Here’s a shocking number: 70% of Americans have digestive disorders. And what do digestive disorders lead to? Well let’s see, besides organ malfunction, pain, weight gain – we also have to think about auto-immune disorders (the word “irreversible” should be ringing loudly in your ear here). Your immune system weakens [...]Read more ›
How do you create a gluten-free kitchen if you are gluten intolerant or have celiac disease? It can be done with the right information and a little time. The following simple steps will get you on your way to a cooking environment that is safe for you and your family. [...]Read more ›
Type 2 Diabetes is mainly managed by properly planning a diet regimen to control the kind of food taken by the patient. Together with daily exercise and stress relaxation techniques, a diabetic person can work with his doctor and nutritionist to create a diet plan that would help him better [...]Read more ›
Fibromyalgia, also called FM, or FMS, is a chronic disease characterized by muscle, joint, or bone pain, combined with fatigue and other symptoms. It affects mostly women, although men may also suffer from fibromyalgia. Three to six percent of the population suffer from this condition, which can be diagnosed at [...]Read more ›
Heading to the grocery store to find some gluten free food to fill the shelves can seem like an overwhelming task, particularly if you haven’t been doing it for very long. It doesn’t have to be that way, though. It also doesn’t have to wipe out your bank account. In [...]Read more ›
Just a few years ago, the term coeliac disease wasn’t very well known, and it didn’t receive much attention in the mainstream press outside of medical journals. However, now, with more and more people being diagnosed with the condition that means that they can’t tolerate gluten in their diet, society [...]Read more ›