Did you know that the precautionary labeling regarding allergies is widely misunderstood, (meaning you are not the only one that is confused!). Not only is the writing so small you need a microscope to read it, this warning is not necessarily listed in theÂ “Ingredients”Â column. The United States and Canada have different laws concerning allergy labeling. […]
Roasted Parmesan Summer Squash that’s sliced in half, drizzled with olive oil and Parmesan cheese, and bakes in the oven until it is tender and sweet, makes the perfect healthy side dish for any meal. Summer squash is one of those vegetables I love to cook, especially this time of year when it is sweet […]
All Justin’s Nut Butters are made in small batches to preserve premium quality standards and fresh taste, using the highest quality natural and organic ingredients that are sustainably harvested and found as locally as possible. Our small batch grinding process means that every batch will have a unique and slightly different taste from the last. […]
What is the effect of gluten-free diet on cerebellar MR spectroscopy in gluten ataxia? Gluten ataxia is defined as sporadic ataxia with positive antigliadin antibodies without an alternative cause. Gluten ataxia patients often receive MRS at baseline and again after a period on a gluten-free diet. A research team recently set out to evaluate the […]
It was five years ago when I launched the concept of “gluten is bad for us all!”Yes, you read that right – bad for you, bad for me, and bad for everyone else! This implies that the whole world should avoid gluten. This is a bold and an unrealistic statement to make. However, I thought […]
The most frequently used materials in the baking industry are wheat, rye, and barley flours. However, due to the presence of gluten, they cannot be used for gluten-free food production. Gluten-free products are characterized by a low content of nutrients such as protein and minerals which are important for meeting normal physiological requirements.
As America celebrates her independence this year, I say we get a little independence from the kitchen as well. I love the 4th of July and the fireworks and barbecues with all that yummy food. But there is no reason all the yummy food need take a lot of time and work, especially The post […]
Hello, my name is Gerry. I am a certified Medical Technologist currently working as a Clinical Systems Analyst. I was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2006 by blood/biopsy. I have two wonderful children, 1 of whom has screened positive for a celiac gene pair. My strong background in Medical Technology assured a quick diagnosis once […]
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Roasted Balsamic Green Beans and Mushrooms are a healthy and tasty side dish that will get everyone to eat their veggies. Plus the leftovers are delicious and can be utilized all week. It seems like I often get stuck in a rut, making the same simple side dishes over and over. Usually a salad. Now, […]
Rosemary White Bean and Kale Quesadillas are filled with an amazing combination of white beans, kale, garlic, shallots, a touch of red pepper flakes, and lots of cheese for one tasty vegetarian meal. When I am pressed for time to make lunch or dinner, quesadillas are often something that come to mind. Not only are […]