Monthly Archives: February 2010

Breastfed Babies at Reduced Risk for Developing Celiac Disease Autoimmunity

- According to the Centers for Disease Control, as of 2006, 33.1% of women were choosing to exclusively breastfeed their newborn from 0-3 months of age. At the one-year mark, only 22.7% of women were still breastfeeding their baby (non-exclusively). The American Academy of Pediatrics Committee, the World Health Organization (WHO), the Canadian Pediatric Society, the Pediatric Society of New ...

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Katz’s Gluten Free Masters Gluten Free Treats

  Finding great tasting gluten free foods can be a struggle. More and more places are popping up all over that are mastering the skill of baking without gluten. Katz’s Gluten Free from Monroe, NY recently sent me a box full of samples to review. Everything was simply delicious. I tried the chocolate chip cookies, samples of various breads, and ...

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Gluten-free Tiramisu Recipe with Shabtai Lady Fingers

Tiramisu has always been one of my favorite indulgences since my first trip to Italy, in the late 80s, and trying the real thing. The key is having the right cream, because without that, it just tastes like something mass produced you would expect to find in a grocery store. Of course the lady fingers are a main ingredient as ...

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General Mills Offers Pocket Guide of Gluten-free Products

Shopping at the mainstream grocery store has just become a little easier with the publication of the General Mills Gluten-Free Pocket Guide. This guide lists all of the current General Mills gluten-free products. General Mills gluten-free offerings include over 50 products in the following brand lines: Click here to see a complete product list.

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“Autism: Made In the U.S.A” film: what it has to do with Gluten

A new documentary produced by Gary Null, a natural health advocate and activist, takes aim at our modern medical establishment and the various ways it could possibly be contributing to chronic illness, neurological phenomenon and conditions, and specifically, Autism. Null delves into the relationship between vaccines, food, environmental pollutants, the childhood Autism pandemic in America and what can be done ...

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Top 10 foods to pack for gluten-free travel

Almost everyone who plans a trip the first time after they start living gluten-free has the same question – “how am I going to eat safely away from home?” The answer is simply – by doing some gluten-free home work. They need to do research about gluten-free dining options where they’re headed, and they need to pack some food for ...

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Upcoming Gluten Free Expo for Cooking Instruction & Great Gluten-free Products

From quick and easy meal preparation to bread baking, the professional chefs, restaurant owners, cookbook authors, nutritionists and vendors participating in Chicagoland’s premier Gluten Free Cooking Expo plan to “show and tell” attendees that satisfying their taste buds is entirely possible without wheat, barley and rye. This year the event will also feature a children’s area and the vendor fair ...

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Product Review: Joan’s Gluten-free Great Bakes English Muffins

I have tasted some of Joan’s GF Great Bakes products and reviewed them a while back, but I hadn’t had the chance to sample the English muffin. I was tweeting last week with another gluten-free friend, Jen, & she mentioned how much she loved Joan’s English muffins. She went on to say that they were her favorite gluten-free English muffin. ...

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