You've Been Diagnosed with Celiac Disease... Now What?

Let’s talk about it: you’ve just been diagnosed with Celiac disease and finally all of your problems have a name. You are not crazy. You are not depressed. It's just that your body is attacking your intestines for no other reason that it considers gluten an enemy. Now, you can sit there and feeling lost and sorry for yourself because the big G is EVERYWHERE, or you can see it for what it is: a second chance. A chance to eat better, to finally know what’s wrong and do something about it. ...more
I hate to be the dissension, but I've yet to find really good gluten free alternatives to ...more

Dr. Oz praises gluten-free diets for weight loss and health: Celiac and gluten intolerance defined

Gluten-free diets have become increasingly popular, with consumers declaring war on wheat for reason ranging from weight loss to sensitivity to celiac disease. Not everyone understands what those terms mean, however. Dr. Mehmet Oz and his colleague Dr....more
You are a perfect example of why the gluten fad has taken off. Selling straight up lies as fact ...more

Gluten Withdrawal?

  I have a suspicion.So, we're in the middle of an experiment.My test subjects? My darling children.That makes me sound like a horrible parent or mad scientist or something. Trust me, it's not as bad as it sounds. Here's the deal....more

Consuming Oats Not an Option for Everyone on Gluten-Free Diet

Many questions exist about oats and if they are safe to consume on a gluten-free diet. The fact is Consuming Oats is Not an Option for Everyone on Gluten-Free Diet.Misleading information about this topic claims oats contain gluten. By nature, they do not....more