The Ultimate Money-Saving Tip for Your Gluten-Free Diet

Some feel P.F. Chang's is discriminating against individuals with celiac disease because they charge $1 more per menu item that is prepared gluten-free. Here's what I think about the cost of GF food and the best way to save money....more
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Undiagnosed Celiac Disease and Infertility

 Research shows between 4% and 8% of women with unexplained infertility can blame undiagnosed celiac disease (CD) as the underlying cause....more

2-Ingredient Paleo Pancakes

4 Fresh Ideas for a Fast & Fun Gluten-Free Breakfast with a Twist!

Whether you believe breakfast is the most important meal of the day or not, you probably welcome a few fast, fun breakfast ideas with a twist. After all, keeping our meals interesting is a great incentive to stay the course with our healthy gluten-free lifestyle.Ideas for putting together a nutritious morning meal are especially important for rushed weekdays when you find yourself rushed getting ready for work, or seeing the kiddos off to school. But even on those hurried days, we can start things off with a smile in the kitchen....more

Gluten-Free Valentine Candy List for 2015

Gluten-Free Valentine Candy List for 2015...more
Thank you for this article. I have a friend that has celiac disease ad I wanted to give them a ...more

2-Ingredient Paleo Fudge Recipe

By simply combining two basic ingredients, you can have a batch of fudge on hand that will satisfy your chocolate cravings any time, and you will still stay right on track with your healthy eating plan. ...more
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4 Ingredient Grain-Free Thumbprint Cookies

There are two things I should tell you right off....more
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Gluten-Free Halloween Candy List (and a List of Non-GF Candy to Avoid)

When you're gluten-free, sometimes the holiday festivities can be a bit less-than-festive. We often find ourselves spending a great deal of time worrying about what is and isn't safe to eat, while we'd rather just be enjoying the festivities like everyone else. Around Halloween, for children with celiac disease or gluten-sensitivity, this is especially concerning. With class parties at school, fun fall festivals, and, of course, trick-or-treating, risks seem to be lurking at every turn when it comes to gluten contamination. ...more

Get Facts about Food Allergy vs. Food Intolerance

The Numbers are Staggering.An estimated fifteen million Americans have at least one food allergy. Of that number, three million are believed to be children....more