Archive for October, 2010

 


Gluten-free diets are often a cornerstone treatment in Autism and developmental therapy. 

 
 

Eating gluten-free is both cost effective and healthy. Photo: Global Crisis News

Gut and Psychology Syndrome, or G.A.P.S as it’s called, relies on the idea that in healing the gut (that is, dysbiosis – the state of microbial imbalance) through whole foods and natural lifestyle choices, many neurological conditions can be eased or cured.

  G.A.P.S. diets purportedly have the potential to heal everything from depression to mental fog, dyslexia, to, of course, Autism.  It is the idea that (more…)


Barley Malt Ingredients in Labeled Gluten-free Foods

October 4th, 2010 by Tricia Thompson

Barley malt ingredients continue to pop up in foods labeled gluten free. There seems to be confusion among some manufacturers regarding the use of these ingredients. Hopefully the following information will be of help to both consumers and manufacturers. Please let me know if you have any questions.

 Some issues to be aware of…

Manufactures should consider the following before making the decision to include barley malt ingredients in their labeled gluten-free products: (more…)

The Pamela’s Products newsletter just came out and it is offering two separate contests for free swag. Many of you who read my articles know that Pamela’s is one of my favorite gluten-free companies, so any chance to win free swag from them is one that needs to be promoted.  Pamela’s is giving away a free box of their Spicy Ginger cookies and a copy of ‘Mommy, What is Celiac Disease?’  all you have to do is send in an email to be eligible to win!

Here are the two contests: (more…)

 

On Sunday, October 10th, 2010, arena football kicker, Craig Pinto, will be kicking field goals for 12 straight hours, from 7:30am-7:30pm, with two goals in mind. First, he will be attempting to set a world record for most field goals kicked within that time frame, by having to make 500 field goals, from 40 yards out, but Craig’s main focus is to raise money and awareness for Celiac Disease.

KICKING 4 CELIAC was born out of the desire to show children and adults alike, that living with Celiac Disease will not (more…)