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. Read More »
Monthly Archives: February 2018
The weekend is almost here! Saturday and Sunday are the perfect days to try new recipes – especially yummy PANCAKE recipes! :)
Try these fantastic pancake recipes this weekend! Click the images to go to the recipes. Enjoy!
This article debunks the five major myths that seem to persist when it comes to the gluten-free diet.
Gluten-Free Is a Weight Loss Diet
False. Removing gluten from your diet is not a weight loss diet.
Do some people lose weight? Yes. Why?
Many people have reported losing weight when they adopted a gluten-free diet. Losing ten to twenty pounds makes a big difference in how a person looks. People see this and ask, “What did you do?” The person replies, “I went gluten-free.” Other people hear, and since EVERYONE is “trying” to lose weight, the gluten-free diet becomes a weight loss diet…especially once reporters start spreading the word.
The gluten-free diet is not a weight loss diet, but weight loss can be a side effect. It was for me.
How does this weight loss work? Read More »