It's here! Our one-month, winter-themed, paleo meal plan, where the focus is on providing warming, soothing comfort for dark winter nights. More and more people are adopting the paleo diet, as they realize it is not just a fad. It has real benefits and nutritional merit. By eliminating the demon ingredients of gluten, grains, and … Continue reading One-Month Paleo Meal Plan. Winter.
What percentage of carbs, fat and protein you should eat is one of those areas of nutrition in where there is a lot of opinion and not a lot of scientific fact. And probably for good reason: much of it depends on your genetic makeup, your ancestral heritage and your current state of health. Yet … Continue reading What percentage of carbs, fat and protein should you eat?
Thanksgiving is next week! Can you believe it? I don't know where October went! And this year I'm hosting both Thanksgiving (with my in-laws) and Christmas (with my parents), so I'm going to be busy cooking up a ton of gluten free holiday recipes! But its ok, because I enjoy hosting and I love cooking. Plus, … Continue reading My gluten-free, dairy free, Holiday Meal Plan (grain-free, soy-free, mostly paleo, too!)
Did you know that up to 30% of people could be suffering from the effects of gluten? If you are wondering if you are one of them, you can start by taking this gluten sensitivity test, below. It is a simple self-diagnostic test that will only take a few minutes of your time. The test was derived … Continue reading Am I Gluten Sensitive? Take the Gluten Sensitivity Self-Test
Dining out safely when gluten-free can be tricky and especially daunting when you have other food allergies beyond gluten. While it seems like it should be easier to eat out these days since so many restaurants are offering gluten-free menus, just because a menu has gluten-free options on it, does not always mean the kitchen … Continue reading 7 Tips for Dining out Safely when Gluten-Free
This comprehensive list of medical conditions associated with gluten is from the highly referenced text, Dangerous Grains by Braly and Hoggan. Some of the conditions may be caused by gluten itself, and others may be secondary ailments that arise from a gut that hasn't healed after gluten has damaged it. Called co-morbidities in the medical literature, many of these … Continue reading Nearly 200 Medical Conditions Associated with Gluten
Opinion Anna Sapone1,2, Julio C Bai3, Carolina Ciacci4, Jernej Dolinsek5, Peter HR Green6, Marios Hadjivassiliou7, Katri Kaukinen8, Kamran Rostami9, David S Sanders10, Michael Schumann11, Reiner Ullrich11, Danilo Villalta12, Umberto Volta13, Carlo Catassi1,14 andAlessio Fasano1* *Corresponding author: Alessio Fasano firstname.lastname@example.org Author Affiliations 1Mucosal Biology Research Center and Center for Celiac Research, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD 21201, USA 2Department of Internal and Experimental Medicine Magrassi-Lanzara, Second University of … Continue reading Spectrum of gluten-related disorders: new nomenclature & classification
And Some Kid-Friendly Recipes. In my opinion, one of the most important aspects of raising your child to be healthy and happy in life, is raising them to eat well. Healthy habits last a lifetime. In our overly processed, highly gluten-ed, fast paced world... 8 Tips for Raising a (Healthy) Foodie And Some Kid-Friendly Recipes... … Continue reading 8 Tips for Raising a (Healthy) Foodie