Monthly Archives: September 2011

Homemade Gluten-Free Croutons Recipe

- Make your own delicious, fresh gluten-free croutons and your soups and salads will thank you! A cardinal rule of gluten-free cooking- never throw away day-old gluten-free bread. Prep Time: 5 minutes Cook Time: 30 minutes Total Time: 35 minutes Ingredients: 4 cups cubed gluten-free bread [Advertisements]

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Can Medicine Make You Sicker? Common Drugs that Deplete Nutrients

Whether due to malabsorption from an undiagnosed syndrome like celiac disease, poor diet or defective activation of nutrients, many people are not receiving or utilizing the nutrients their bodies need to thrive. The human body is tough. You can operate at sub-optimal levels for years or decades before a clinical symptom becomes apparent or is recognized as resulting from a ...

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Grilled Swordfish and Mango Salsa Recipe

Fish is one of my favorite things to eat, but sadly I don’t cook it enough. We eat a lot of sushi in our house because Bryan isn’t a huge fan of fish when it is cooked, except for swordfish.  He’s eaten a few cooked fish dishes that I’ve made but like I said, I don’t cook it often enough. ...

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Nutrient Deficiencies Symptom Chart: Know Where You Stand So You Can Control Your Health

The impact of nutritional deficiencies on health should be common knowledge among the medical professional community. All doctors, nurses and other medical professionals should be able to quickly and accurately identify and diagnose functional nutritional deficiencies in patients and correct those deficiencies. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Medical teaching institutions do not focus on nutrition, so many medical professionals are ...

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Buckwheat Pancakes with Banana and Date Butter – Gluten Free

Wholesome Cook recently posted a recipe on her blog for fluffy ricotta pancakes (with the word fluffy in front you probably guessed they aren’t gluten free) with data and banana butter which caught my eye. I have made gluten free pancakes before but only from the Vitarium packet mix, however I had heard that buckwheat flour is very good for pancakes. ...

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Omni Hotels Introduce Gluten-free Breakfast Buffets Companywide

Then check out Omni Hotels because they have introduced a gluten-free breakfast buffet station companywide.  The station will include gluten-free cereals, granola and a variety of breads and muffins.  The gluten-free items will be on a separate table with a dedicated toaster to avoid cross-contamination. Are you on the gluten-free diet and looking for hotel accommodations?   This Examiner always travels ...

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Gluten Free Recipe: Chinese Spicy Orange Chicken

I LOVE the San-J orange sauce.  I really love the San-J orange sauce when I add a hint of sriracha chili sauce to it.  My daughter does not like chicken but she devours this dish.  It is the perfect combination of sweet, spicy and salty.  And, of course, it is super easy to make.

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FDA Gluten Free Labeling Update

The FDA is finally moving on regulating the claim “gluten-free” on packages, which is fantastic news!  Lots of people have put in countless hours to make this happen.  We’ve got 1 month left to comment—until October 3rd—and YOUR comment is vital to getting the law YOU want. During the Aug 2nd teleconference, we heard that the comment period was re-opened ...

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Refuel with Homemade Electrolyte Drinks

Do you remember the first time you drank Gatorade? I do! I was at a track and field meet. After the race, my coach passed me a bottle of Gatorade and told me to drink it to avoid feeling sick. The neon color should have been enough to raise a red flag, but I drank it anyway. 5 minutes later ...

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