In this video, Dr. Osborne discusses the benefits of the gluten-free diet as well as the Paleo diet in an interview with FOX News.
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January 30th, 2013 by Natalie Pronio
January 23rd, 2013 by Natalie Pronio
Approximately 1,572 pounds of The King’s Delight Co.’s Applegate Naturals frozen, gluten-free chicken nuggets have been recalled because they contain wheat.
The presence of wheat is not declared on the label of the 8 oz. cartons.
Here are the details of this recall if you have purchased this product: (more…)
January 10th, 2013 by Chrissy and Lauren
I have dubbed this my no-oat granola. I missed that detail when I first started adapting this recipe and was sure Better Homes and Gardens had forgotten to list the oats in the ingredient list. Alas, it was intentional and I’m loving it! This granola with a little homemade almond milk is my new go-to breakfast, snack, and occasional dinner.
January 7th, 2013 by Natalie Pronio
Let me preface this post by noting that Valentine’s day is not a holiday I, personally, subscribe to. The cards, the flowers, the mush, the grand gestures, and all the things that some expect of this day…none of that is really my jam. So, last year, after I requested no frills or fancy dinners or grand gestures, my boyfriend, Mike, presented me with a terracotta pot with a yellow lily and some dirt in it. (Read: don’t scoff yet…) Upon further inspection, it turned out that the “dirt” was finely crushed chocolate cookie bits covering a blue Solo cup filled with his gluten-free version of cookies and cream ice cream (my absolute favorite) that he had mixed and made himself. This gesture seemed small to some in my life, but to me, the girl who hadn’t had cookies and cream ice cream in almost two years, it was the grandest gesture of them all.
That one grand gesture, when someone went out of his way to make sure that I could eat what I loved and not get sick is why the the candlelight dinner at Betsy’s Bakery in Camp Hill, PA is so important. This little bakery is hosting a reservation-only, gluten-free candlelight dinner on Valentine’s day this year. Taking your gluten-free sweetie to this dinner may be the gesture they’ve been looking for if you haven’t quite mastered the gluten-free vibe in the kitchen, or if you’re tired of going out to eat at the same “safe” restaurants all the time. (more…)
January 2nd, 2013 by John Libonati
Get FREE shipping AND save $66 on Medifast’s gluten-free diet meal packages through January 31st!
Medifast has developed two gluten-free packages for people on the gluten-free diet who want to lose weight quickly and safely. The gluten-free packages come in a 4 week package and a 2 week package.
Discount codes are good until January 31st, 2013.
Medifast Meals are individually portioned, calorie- and carbohydrate-controlled, low-fat meal replacements.
Every Medifast Meal is based on a similar nutritional “footprint” that provides a proper balance of (more…)
January 1st, 2013 by John Libonati
That’s right. Dunkin’ Donuts is the latest nationwide chain to try out gluten-free.
According to its website, Dunkin’ Donuts is the world’s leading baking and coffee chain, serving more than 3 million customers per day. Now Dunkin’ Donuts has determined “it’s time to bake the donuts” gluten-free style.
Dunkin’ Donuts is testing gluten-free muffins and donuts in select stores in the Boston and Miami areas. These include blueberry muffins and cinnamon sugar donuts. The products are certified by the Gluten Free Certification Organization (GFCO). The cinnamon sugar donuts sell for less than (more…)
December 28th, 2012 by John Libonati
Exclusive Gluten Free Works Special Until December 31st!!!
Because YOU visited Glutenfreeworks.com…
Use code GFW2012 when you check out from Triumph Dining’s online store.
Offer is good until December 31st, 2012!
December 24th, 2012 by CC Bonaduce
It is that time of year again! We have shining lights on all the streets, the fire light of Menorahs shimmering through windows and stars twinkling atop 6-foot tall trees. The winter holidays are by far my favorite despite the accompanied stress they tend to bring. Personally, I love when the whole family gets together for the holidays. We don’t have any of the often satirized family drama you see on TV and in the movies about family gatherings during the holidays. The holidays usually bring around a different type of stress for me: how to avoid gluten during all of the holiday dinner parties. This year, however, this won’t be an issue because my family has figured out how we can tweak our Italian traditions to be totally gluten free. (more…)
December 11th, 2012 by Kimberly Bouldin
Now that Thanksgiving is over, the next few weeks are likely to be filled with many treats of the food and drink variety. Following the gluten-free diet can be helpful in avoiding some of those treats; don’t view having to avoid these gluten-filled treats as a bad thing – view it as avoiding excess calories and fat and treat yourself to something that is gluten-free and worth a small indulgence. Those small indulgences can be a glass of red wine with dinner, a small serving of dark chocolate or even something non-food related like a new workout top, a book that has been on your “must read” list or some new tunes for your workout playlist.
If Holiday treats are unavoidable, try to practice smart portion control and (more…)
December 10th, 2012 by Teri Gruss, MS
Do gluten-free diets put people at a higher risk for excessive and dangerous exposure to inorganic arsenic, a known carcinogen? It depends on the food choices you make and how much, and what variety of rice you eat.
In their ongoing analysis of arsenic in our food supply, Consumer Reports researchers analyzed 223 samples of rice and rice based products typically found at grocery stores in the U.S. Consumer Reports is a non-profit, independent consumer safety organization founded in 1936.
The results of Consumer Reports magazine analysis were recently published in the November 2012 issue, Arsenic in Your Food. Virtually all rice products tested contained arsenic, from low levels to potentially toxic levels.
What is arsenic and how can eating it hurt us? (more…)