One of the things I miss most being celiac is cheese, specifically cream cheese. One of my favorite meals used to be a delicious bagel and cream cheese with sliced green olives on top. Ahhh, memories….[Read more…] about Kite Hill Cream Cheese Style Spread – A Tasty Alternative?
Gift giving is a major part of celebrating the holiday season for many people. It’s fun and rewarding to both give and receive surprises!
But what if you want to give a kitchen type gift to someone with celiac disease, and you have no idea what to get them? Here are some ideas to help you out.[Read more…] about 8 Gift Ideas for Celiacs
I have some really fantastic friends who have wanted to have me over as a dinner guest. And they were willing to bend over backward to try and make me gluten free food.[Read more…] about 5 Tips to Accomodate a Dinner Guest with Celiac Disease
Does your grocery bill have you down? Is buying gluten free hitting you in the piggy bank? If so, here are some tips to help you shop gluten free and save money on your grocery bill at the same time!
Your oats are probably not gluten free, unless you’re eating purity protocol oats. It may seem like a silly question with an obvious answer, but the topic is actually a pretty tricky one.
There’s a celiac disease vaccine called Nexvax2 in the works. It’s meant to allow celiacs to eat gluten without getting sick and without any damage to your gut.
Many celiacs are unable to tolerate corn because it causes a gluten-like reaction in their system. If you’ve been eating gluten free, but you’re still struggling with low energy levels, digestive distress, depression, etc., you may want to try going corn free for a few weeks and see what impact it has on your health.
Over the years I’ve tried a plethora of cheese alternative items–I honestly think I’ve tried almost all of them. But they always fall short and they all have some ingredients that aren’t ideal.
OH NO, I’VE BEEN GLUTENED!
We’re heading into the holidays and that means lot of food! It probably also means you might be eating food other people have prepared. It also means an increased chance of being glutened. [insert scary music here]
We’re heading into the holiday season! It’s that wonderful time of the year that’s filled with delicious comfort foods, plenty of excuses to eat said comfort foods, and cold weather that totally merits wearing sweat pants. Which brings us to yacon syrup.