Login

Tag Archives

Tag Archives | celiac

Feeling Bloated After Eating That Bagel? Read This!

Feeling Bloated After Eating That Bagel? Read This!

[ad_1] Are you one of the millions of people who love bagels for breakfast or bread with dinner? Let’s face it bread is one of the staples in the food chain that has sustained hungry eaters for centuries. Why then is there so much talk about the adverse affects of consuming gluten? Bread is supposed […]

Read More
Celiac Depression - An Inevitable Consequence of Celiac Disease

Celiac Depression – An Inevitable Consequence of Celiac Disease

[ad_1] Celiac is an auto-immune disease because it causes damage to our body’s own immune system. About 3 million Americans are estimated to be suffering from the gluten allergy or celiac disease. Many more suffer from relatively milder gluten sensitivity. Celiac disease creates problems in your villi (lining of your small intestine) when you consume […]

Read More
Can You Still Grow Taller and in Good Health If Your Intolerant or Allergic to Lactose and Gluten?

Can You Still Grow Taller and in Good Health If Your Intolerant or Allergic to Lactose and Gluten?

[ad_1] Planned carefully, a vegetarian eating style can provide what is needed for growing taller and for good health. That takes commitment. But, once you understand it, being a smart vegetarian to grow taller takes no more effort than any other approach to smart eating. Make energy balance a priority: calories consumed balanced with calories […]

Read More
Brain And Neurological Problems Affect Almost Half Of Celiacs Even With A Gluten Free Diet

Brain And Neurological Problems Affect Almost Half Of Celiacs Even With A Gluten Free Diet

[ad_1] There is reasonable evidence of neurological problems in Celiac disease (CD) even those well treated on a gluten-free diet should undergo periodic neurological screening. Peripheral neuropathy is found in almost half of people with CD. Previously, neurological complications in Celiac disease were reported to be as high as 36% or more than a third. […]

Read More
What Are the 10 Most Common Symptoms of a Gluten Intolerance?

What Are the 10 Most Common Symptoms of a Gluten Intolerance?

[ad_1] Gluten intolerance is a fairly common condition in our country. In fact, some studies show that it affects approximately 15% of the US population. It is characterized by an inability to handle foods containing gluten. So what exactly is gluten? Gluten is a composite of the two proteins gliadin and glutenin. The word gluten […]

Read More
Teff Flour and the Candida Diet

Teff Flour and the Candida Diet

[ad_1] Have you ever heard of teff flour? I hadn’t either until I started experimenting with gluten free flours to use on the candida diet. Teff grass, botanical name Eragrostis tef, is an ancient grain that can thrive in a variety of extreme weather conditions, which makes it a very reliable grain choice. Teff grass […]

Read More
Do you have a wheat intolerance or allergy?

Do You Have a Wheat Intolerance?

  Wheat is the most widely consumed cereal in the US. and Europe today. More than a billion people use it as a staple in their diet and wheat production has almost doubled since the turn of the 20th century. In Britain it provides 27% of our daily calorie intake. History has seen it as […]

Read More
Is Gluten Free the Same As Yeast Free?

Is Gluten Free the Same As Yeast Free?

[ad_1] If you are looking for a one word answer, then its No! Gluten Free means there is no gluten, which comes from wheat, in the product. Wheat products are things such as bread, cakes, and biscuits to name a few, unless they specifically state that they are free of it. Some supermarkets and grocery […]

Read More
Gluten Free Eating - What is Inulin and Why is it in My Bread?

Gluten Free Eating – What is Inulin and Why is it in My Bread?

[ad_1] Inulin is a fairly new addition to gluten free baking. A product most often extracted from chicory root, it can replace sugar and fat in some products, adds fiber, helps promote good bacteria in your gut, and may even help your body absorb calcium. Inulin is a starchy substance found naturally in many plant […]

Read More
Eating Gluten Free - Is Mustard OK?

Eating Gluten Free – Is Mustard OK?

[ad_1] Is mustard gluten free? In its raw seed form, yes, but when it is mixed into prepared mustard paste, flour, beer, or malt vinegar is sometimes added. This is a “read the label every time” products but if the ingredient list doesn’t include flour, beer or malt vinegar, go ahead an enjoy it. Commercial […]

Read More