Monthly Archives: November 2010

New Study Will Test Theory That Enzyme Contributes to Autism

- The debate rages on both the causes and “cures” for autism. There is the mercury-vaccination contingent, the gluten-free, casein-free diet supporters, those that believe genetics play a role, and the list goes on. There may very well be multiple etiologies for this developmental disorder, and research continues throughout the world to determine, definitively and finally, what that is. One ...

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Gluten Free Diets May Reduce Autistic Behavior

                                                   The CDC’s Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring (ADDM) Network released data in 2007 that found about 1 in 150 (8-year-old) children in multiple areas of the United States had an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The number of diagnosed cases of autism is on the rise; the reason(s) for this is unclear.   Autism knows no racial, ethnic or social boundaries.  ...

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University of Maryland Gets Record $45M Donation for Celiac Research

Holy donations!  Congratulations to Dr. Alessio Fasano and the Center for Celiac Research at the University of Maryland Medical Center on receiving a $45 million private donation from the family of a grateful patient.  The donation marks the largest single gift ever given to the university system and will be used to expand the University of Maryland Center for Celiac Research and ...

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Tips to Help You Start a Gluten-free Diet

More and more people are on a gluten-free diet these days. Whether you have Celiac Disease, gluten intolerance, an allergy, autism, or an anti-inflammatory disease, your situation is the same. You need to figure out how to tackle this crazy world of gluten-free living. Our society is so gluten-filled that it can often be overwhelming to think about not eating gluten ...

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Gluten Free Recipe: Cranberry Glazed Carrots

Cranberry Glazed Carrots Ingredients: 2 lbs. fresh baby carrots (whole carrots, chopped into rounds, can be used as well) ½ cup jellied canned cranberry sauce (Ocean Spray is gluten-free) ¼ cup butter or margarine ¼ cup packed brown sugar 1 tablespoon lemon juice ½ teaspoon salt Place about 1” of water in a large saucepan; add carrots. Bring to a ...

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Celiac Disease Q & A: Common Nutrition and Celiac Disease Questions

The following questions and answers were developed by the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center at Harvard Medical School: Q. What is it like for a person you see who is newly diagnosed with Celiac Disease? A. The gluten-free diet requires more preparation, taking food with you when you travel, making sure that you are safe in dining-out situations or when ...

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Can Bread Give You Herpes?

If you’re sensitive to gluten, a protein found in wheat, and foods made from wheat, it can make you more susceptible to herpes. Herpes, a virus that forms blisters on the skin, mouth and genitals causes what are called cold sores or fever blisters. It is highly contagious and may keep coming back, causing repetitive infections.

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Gluten Free Recipe: Fall Applesauce Cake

With Fall in full swing, there is an abundance of apples floating around.  Not only are the grocery stores full of apples, but some of the local farms are as well.  Lynd’s Fruit Farm is one of my favorite places to pick apples with the kids. Since making applesauce is a family tradition, I make sure to purchase enough apples ...

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