“Yes, celiac disease has increased dramatically in the U.S. since 1950, and now affects 1 percent of the population,” says Joseph Murray, a gastroenterologist and professor of medicine at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. “There’s good evidence that we’re not just getting better at detecting celiac. It’s also increasing in other countries, even in […]
In my world, breakfast often consists of coffee and nothing else. Is that the same for you? Or are you a dedicated breakfast-eater? Either way, I think we all can get on board with ready-made breakfast bars to either The post Gluten Free Chocolate Banana Breakfast Bars Recipe appeared first on Simply Gluten Free.
Quinoa and kale have a natural affinity for each other. The nuttiness of quinoa offsets the slight bitterness in kale and together they create a powerhouse of nutrition. That’s why these The post Gluten Free Quinoa and Kale Cakes with Red Pepper Aioli Recipe appeared first on Simply Gluten Free.
It’s very important that people with celiac disease maintain a gluten-free diet. Still, there has been some data to suggest that some people with celiac disease may be “hyper vigilant” in their approach to a gluten-free diet, and that such extreme vigilance can cause them stress and reduce their overall quality of life. Can a […]
We are still in the thick of flu season, people! Are you doing what you can to stay well? I think I can speak for us all when I say that no one wants to get hit with the flu or a cold or any other common winter illness. That said, here are some The […]
Sugar is a staple in most baked goods, but there are many ways to work around that and make your favorite treats with healthier sweeteners. Proving my point is this delicious new recipe for Gluten Free Keto-Friendly Salted Caramel Cheesecake. The post Gluten Free Keto-Friendly Salted Caramel Cheesecake appeared first on Simply Gluten Free.
When you’re in a relationship, there’s nothing sexier than being healthy together. Working out together, motivating each other to eat well and maintain good habits … I know it might not sound all that exciting, but The post OWYN Protein Shakes for a Sexy Valentine’s Day appeared first on Simply Gluten Free.
There’s something about a cool weekend morning that makes me want to whip up a warm breakfast. I almost want to recreate a restaurant-style brunch on my own porch, with fresh fruit and endless cups of hot coffee. Can you smell the fresh brew and sweet The post Gluten Free Pineapple Upside Down Pancakes Recipe […]
A team of researchers recently reported a case of a celiac disease patient with splenic dysfunction from resulting in severe babesiosis, a malaria-like parasitic disease caused by infection with Babesia, a genus of Apicomplexa, typically from exposure to tick bites. Although most patients with babesiosis typically have a fever, there can also be non-specific symptoms, […]
TIMP-GLIA is a new nanoparticle-based celiac disease treatment. Will it work? The FDA has granted Fast track status to maker CourÂ Pharmaceuticals, so we may know sooner rather than later.Â Phase 1 studies to assess the safety and tolerability of TIMP-GLIA are currently underway in the United States. TIMP-GLIA works in part by encapsulating a component of […]
Ragú is not just a brand. It’s a real Italian dish – a meat-based sauce served with pasta. The sauce is made with meat and vegetables and is almost more of a meat stew than a tomato sauce. This Gluten Free Short Rib Ragù with Penne recipe is one of my family’s favorite Italian dishes […]
So, what about Annatto color? You may know annatto color as one of those common ingredients in food. Annatto color is used to color yellow or orange cheese. To make matters more confusing, annatto color still appears on some old, outdated lists as not gluten-free, and unsafe. Many of these listings of supposedly problematic ingredients […]
To make a clinical diagnosis of celiac disease, doctors use serological testing for IgA antibodies to human tissue transglutaminase (anti-tTG) which indicate celiac disease autoimmunity. However, some tests are more highly sensitive for anti-tTG, while other tests are highly specific. So, is combining two tests a reliable strategy for screening for celiac disease in clinical […]
Super Bowl is right around the corner and that means parties and cookouts are on the horizon! If you are gluten free, have food allergies, or are vegan, this could also mean The post Kick off Game Day with Little Northern Bakehouse appeared first on Simply Gluten Free.
Methylation is a biochemical reaction in the human body that requires a variety of nutrients to perform indispensable roles in neurological health, detoxification, amino acid metabolism, gene regulation and vitamin assimilation. Every person with celiac disease needs to have their methylation variants tested by their physician so they can achieve good health. How well your […]
Curry dishes are among some of my favorites. They can be spicy, mild, or neutral, and can be made with dry seasoning or with a paste. Curry spans cultures, from Indian to Thai to Jamaican and more. It dates back to around 2000 BC and even the Romans documented a The post Gluten Free Thai […]
Researchers suspect that certain environmental factors, including infectious agents, might play a role in making celiac disease more prevalent and more widespread. Researchers in the USA and Sweden studying regional variation in the frequency of celiac disease have found similarities in the geographic distribution of Lyme disease, an emerging multisystemic infection caused by Borrelia burgdorferi […]
Winter and chili go hand-in-hand. And in my house, chili and cornbread go hand-in-hand. So, rather than bake a batch of cornbread separately, why not just The post Gluten Free Skillet Chili with Cornbread Topping Recipe appeared first on Simply Gluten Free.
Many products that contain spelt are labeled “Wheat-Free.” Plenty of food that includes spelt claims that spelt is easier on the digestive system than wheat. It has also been called a “wheat alternative.” So, what about spelt? Is spelt gluten-free?