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Making Gluten Free Holidays Merry

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Alison I met Alison St. Sure for the first time about a year ago at a food blogger conference. I had followed her blog, Sure Foods Living, for quite some time, but was still surprised by how vibrant she was in person. In the past, I associated Celiac disease purely with sickness, but the woman […]

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Five Ways to Listen to Your Body

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  Sometimes our mind doesn’t want to acknowledge what our body is telling us. For example: When we have a bout of heartburn, we blame what we ate rather than our overindulging behavior. Instead of taking a nap when we’re tired, we load up on the caffeine and sugary snacks for an energy boost. When […]

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Is a Dairy Error Code the Reason for Your Body’s Check Engine Light?

Is a Dairy Error Code the Reason for Your Body’s Check Engine Light?

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Wouldn’t it be awesome if a little code appeared on your wrist every time your body signaled a problem? When the “check engine” light went on in your brain, you could glance down for the reference code and go to a manual to see what the problem is and fix it. Just ate lunch and […]

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Gluten Free Awareness Month

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While I have never been personally impacted by Celiac disease, I am constantly reminded of its impact on the lives of those around me. This includes the two kids in my son’s class whose lives have been so positively impacted by their diagnoses, and our thousands of customers for whom our gluten free products provide […]

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5 Things to discuss with a doctor if you think you’re gluten intolerant

5 Things to discuss with a doctor if you think you’re gluten intolerant

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As a dietitian, the sudden surge of people on gluten free diets makes me nervous. Very nervous. Celiac disease and gluten intolerance are very real things. People who cannot tolerate gluten know that even one crumb of food that contains gluten will make them extremely ill. I’m not discounting that. What makes me nervous is […]

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