Asian Chicken Meatballs over Sesame Noodles

These meatballs are very similar to the filing of a dumpling or wonton without the wrapper. My family really enjoys them. They are gluten-free and dairy-free and can easily be made paleo. I recently brought these Asian chicken meatballs over sesame noodles to a party. It was a big hit! For a paleo version, serve them over zucchini noodles and check ...

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I Had a Dad bod. Then I Went Gluten Free

“I should look like Brad Pitt.” Back before I went gluten free, I remember looking in the mirror and saying these exact words to myself. I was working out 5 to 6 days a week, weight training and cardio, eating “right” but instead of looking good, I looked like a sausage…and it was getting worse. Now, to be certain I ...

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PUR Mints Review and $10 Coupon

  HUGE shout out to Kendall and the PUR Team for sending us samples of their new PUR Mints: Tangerine Tango, Spearmint, Polar Mint, Peppermint and the one I am currently enjoying – Mojito Lime Mint. The mints are gluten-free, aspartame-free and yummylicious! (They are also vegan, nut & soy free, diabetic friendly and non-gmo!) PUR really promotes the fact ...

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Gluten Free Is NOT a Fad

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Pass it on!!! ————————– Author Information: John Libonati, Florida Publisher, Glutenfreeworks.com. Editor & Publisher, Recognizing Celiac Disease. John can be reached by e-mail here

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How YOU Can Be Your Own Doctor and Why You Must

Several years ago I was referred to see a neurologist for a neck injury I received in a car accident. This doctor is one of the top neurologists in the United States. He is a well known authority who teaches at a prestigious medical school. He is also a really nice guy. After learning I publish Glutenfreeworks.com, he said he ...

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Stanford University Seeks Celiac Disease Study Participants

  Jennifer Iscol, of the Celiac Community Foundation of Northern California, just distributed this message regarding a celiac disease study at Stanford University. “Volunteers are needed for a genetic study on celiac disease at Stanford University. Please consider participating. Community participation is an essential component of Stanford’s celiac disease research. The research benefits all of us and future generations. http://www.celiaccommunity.org/stanford-celiac-genetic-study/ Announcement from ...

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Top 20: Gluten-free and Dairy-free Products Finds at Expo West 2015

Expo West is simply the best and the largest natural foods event in the United States. Each year the event grows in exhibitors and attendees and shows no signs of slowing down. One of the trends noted this year was the surge of vegan/gluten-free products, like bread, cheese, cheesecake, cookies, frozen desserts, macaroni and cheese, salad dressings, yogurt, etc. Here are ...

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Is Baking Powder Gluten-Free?

Question: Is Baking Powder Gluten-Free? Gluten-free baking recipes frequently call for “gluten-free” baking powder and some products are labeled “gluten-free.” Why is that? Learn what’s in baking powder and even make your own fresh gluten-free baking powder at home. Answer: No, not all brands of baking powder are gluten-free. Baking powder is made from baking soda, cream of tartar (a ...

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Gluten Free Banana Flour Waffles Recipe

Crisp, nut-free and grain-free waffles made with banana flour and topped with dairy-free coconut cream. Eating Style: Dairy-free, Gluten-free, Grain-free, Nut-free, Paleo, Refined Sugar-free, Soy-free, Vegetarian Prep Time: 10 minute Serves: 2 INGREDIENTS Dry Ingredients ½ cup Wedo Banana Flour 1 ½ teaspoon gluten-free baking powder Pinch Himalayan rock salt

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