Gluten-Free Tex-Mex Squash

Surprise the family with this colorful side loaded with taste, texture, and nutrition. Or make it for a healthy lunch, with or without, low-fat sour cream or substitute. Ingredients 2 cups yellow (summer) squash, cubed 1/3 cup water sprinkle of salt and pepper 1 teaspoon cilantro, chopped 1 cup cooked rice (leftover) 1/2 cup (or more to taste) gluten-free refried beans Equipment ...

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Old Fashioned Stomped Lemon-ade

This tangy, refreshing lemon-ade has stood the test of time not just for extracting loads of vitamin C from the rind, but for exceptional taste. Someone can always be found to do the stomping, especially children. Makes a quart. New wooden stompers can be easily bought, or have fun looking for the old, turned ones found at garage sales or ...

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Gluten-Free Ham and Potato Salad

This old recipe is rich in flavor and appeal. It goes well with any main meat dish, salad, or sandwich. Ingredients 2 cups white potatoes such as red bliss, yukon gold, or russet 1/2 cup celery, chopped 1/4 cup parsley, chopped 1 cup cooked Canadian bacon, sugar-free, or 4 strips of sugar-free bacon, cooked and crumbled 1/2 cup gluten-free mayonnaise 2 T ...

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Intestinal Gluten Receptor Is Gateway for Celiac Disease

    THURSDAY, July 24 (HealthDay News) — Researchers believe they have finally answered a basic question about the cause of celiac disease — where in the body does the wheat protein gluten enter one’s system? A study published in the July issue of Gastroenterology identifies the CXCR3 receptor in the intestine as a gluten gateway. When people with celiac ...

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CSA Launches National Celiac Disease Physician Education Program (CSA-PEP)

The Celiac Sprue Association (CSA) made the initial presentation of its pilot physician education program to Robert Wergin, MD, at the Milford Family Center in Milford, Nebraska. Recently named ‘Family Physician of the Year,” Dr. Wergin is in general practice at the Milford Clinic. With this presentation, CSA launched the first phase of the most ambitious celiac disease physician education ...

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Philadelphia Phillies host successful Celiac Awareness Night

7/21/2009 Wonderful, gluten-free evening at Citizens Bank Park. ________________________________________ The Philadelphia Phillies supported NFCA and other area celiac support groups by hosting celiac disease awareness night at Citizens Bank Park on Monday, and commemorated the occasion with a 10-1 victory over the Chicago Cubs! From MLB.com Phillies host Celiac Awareness Night Club raises money, spreads info on digestive disease By ...

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Enjoy Celiac Awareness Night with the Phillies July 20!

Join the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) and Celiac Groups in the Delaware Valley for Celiac Awareness Night at Citizens Bank Park on Monday, July 20, 2009 at 7:05 p.m. when the Phillies face the Chicago Cubs. This is a fun-filled, gluten-free event that the entire family will enjoy. Citizens Bank now has gluten-free beer, gluten-free hot dogs and ...

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Safeway, Vons, Genuardi, Randalls, Tom Thumb Gluten Free Product List

safeway-logo The following list of gluten free foods was provided by Safeway July 7, 2009. -John Libonati, Editor. Glutenfreeworks.com SAFEWAY CELIAC SPRUE GLUTEN-FREE PRODUCT LIST Please note that these products also apply to Vons, Dominick’s, Randalls, Tom Thumb and Genuardi’s. We received your request for information on Safeway private label products for those troubled with gluten-induced enteropathy or celiac-sprue. While we are somewhat familiar with the malabsorption syndrome, we do not presume to prescribe any of our products for any specific diet(s). On the other hand, we are happy to provide what information we have which might be useful to you.

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Mayo Research Suggests Celiac Disease More Common

(Editor’s Note: The author of the article reprinted below may have meant celiac disease when he wrote “gluten allergies.”) Mayo research suggests gluten allergies more common by Sea Stachura, Minnesota Public Radio July 1, 2009 Rochester, Minn. — Celiac disease — an allergic reaction to gluten – is four times more common today than it was 50 years ago, according ...

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