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Unprocess Your Diet! Why You Should Go Gluten Free

Wondering why entire grocery store aisles are going gluten-free? Here’s the real story behind the hype! Um, wait. It’s actually not just a hype. While at it, learn how to do the diet right.

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Posted by Chloe Boggs - August 21, 2014 at 8:37 am

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What The Heck Is Gluten?

Whether you have celiac disease or gluten intolerance, you will need to avoid eating gluten to stay well. Gluten is a protein found in grains such as wheat, barley and rye. The gluten causes an autoimmune reaction that destroys villi in the small intestines of celiacs.

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Posted by Chloe Boggs - May 28, 2014 at 9:26 am

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How to Save Money on Gluten Free Food

Some of the mainstream foods that people crave for are pizza, burgers, breads, cookies and cereals. Now manufacturers have created this food gluten free and these foods are readily edible and do not require cooking or heating.

There have been notions going around that gluten-free stuff are quite pricier than their regular counterparts. Are they, though? Here’s a video that will give you some insights on how to save money while on a Gluten-Free lifestyle.

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Posted by Chloe Boggs - March 26, 2014 at 4:13 pm

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Dairy, Sugar, and Gluten-Free

We know all too well that your choice of food plays a primary part in staying healthy. However, food allergies and sensitivities hold some people back from these food choices.

To the individuals who are affected by this ailment, it can such a bummer when our freedom of choice in food is practically limited

But recent studies have shown that there are many benefits you can reap from removing common allergens such as dairy, processed sugar, and gluten from your diet.

The occurrence of diabetes, celiac disease, and other food sensitivities has been noticeably rising over the past few years. Here are some reasons why you should try living a dairy, sugar, and gluten free lifestyle.

First and foremost, you get to boost your lost energy back up. Majority of the people who have resorted to this kind of lifestyle reportedly gained their liveliness back. This is mainly because with this kind of lifestyle, you are very particular with the food you choose and prefer those that sustain your energy levels and prevent you from energy fluctuations.

Furthermore, you get to restore your digestive system after having suffered from poor digestion due to foods that are loaded with allergens and preservatives that are no good to the digestive tract. This kind of diet also paves way for losing unwanted pounds of fat.

You also give your skin a healthy glow when you eat well as skin conditions are a common reaction to food sensitivities. You rid yourselves of all the acne and rashes that are caused by the response of your immune system to the food you eat.

In addition to all those good stuff, when you implement this healthy diet, you enhance your memory and concentration without having stimulants such as caffeine. Choose foods that have high essential fatty acids that are known to boost concentration and memory.

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Posted by Chloe Boggs - March 9, 2014 at 4:17 pm

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A Vegetarian to Vegan to Gluten-Free Journey for Health

Typically, a strict gluten-free vegetarian diet has no wheat, oats, barley, rye, or malt flavorings in it. You must also steer clear of baked beans and pasta sauces alike. Vegetarians that are at the same time gluten-allergic or those who have celiac disease usually find it a pain in the neck to get food from restaurants and stores that don’t offer gluten-free vegetarian dishes. Luckily, you can now find a lot of brands that offer a wide range of products that are mighty fine for people who are on the hunt for healthy, gluten-free alternatives.

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Posted by Chloe Boggs - March 7, 2014 at 10:25 am

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Gluten Free Bread Recipe

A lot of people who find out that they can no longer have gluten in their system get devastated thinking they have to dodge bread for the rest of their lives. We all love bread. What would life be without bread? It’s something I just can’t do without. However, even the most sensitive to gluten can still enjoy his or her bread. Just go for the gluten-free one! And no, you need not endure the tasteless ones. Here’s a recipe.

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Posted by Chloe Boggs - February 24, 2014 at 12:47 pm

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Grocery Shopping: Gluten Free Style

Besides a list of items to purchase and a budget to follow, the most significant thing you must bring before you go shopping is the right state of mind. Denial of your situation is futile. To accept this with open arms is key in making things bearable and for you to be able to survive it.

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Posted by Chloe Boggs - January 31, 2014 at 1:41 pm

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Gluten Free Casein Free School Lunch Ideas

Sending a child who bites it from Celiac’s disease or gluten intolerance, or any food intolerances for that matter, off to school can make the parents go frolicking. Here are some tips to help your child avoid the foods he or she must dodge at school.

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Posted by Chloe Boggs - January 29, 2014 at 9:16 am

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Better Without Episode 1 – Starting a Gluten Free Life

If you find yourself in a situation where you just came from a visit to the doctor who diagnosed you with Celiac Disease, then  you are most likely to be feeling puzzled. It is acceptable for you to be in that position. Everyone else would feel the same way too knowing that they have a condition within their body. Things may be worst when you think about it. But first things first, a trip to the grocery store would be the beginning obstacle that one has to surpass.

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Posted by Chloe Boggs - January 28, 2014 at 9:13 am

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Wheat Free and Gluten Free Snacks

When you have wheat intolerance, even snacking can be such a chore. You may go blank when you suddenly need a quick snack, so it’s best that you plan ahead. Quick and easy food that caters to wheat intolerant people, especially when you’re living a busy lifestyle, can be difficult. Here are some wheat free snacks that are easy to find and delicious!

  1. Toasted Pumpkin or Sunflower Seeds – Go ahead and whip them up in bulk. You can divide them in Ziplocks and you can have your healthy snacks on the go.
  2. Rice Cakes – Albeit not every brand of rice cakes are toally gluten free (cross-contamination in the factories), try to find those that are 100% gluten-free. Put some cream cheese or apple butter on them, although the cream cheese has dairy.
  3. Rice Chex – Rice Chex cereal can be divided into snack-sized portions so you can put it in your bag.
  4.  Jello – Jello cups could be your perfect quick snack for those on gluten-free diets.
  5.  Trail Mix – You can make your own trail mix with dried fruit and nuts is both healthy and gluten-free.
  6. Coconut Milk Popsicles – You can add juice or juice concentrate to coconut milk before you put it in the freezer for that gluten-free, casein-free popsicles.
  7.  Dill Spears – You can put it in the freezer or the fridge. Pickles are perfect as a quick gluten-free snack.
  8. Popcorn – Air-popped popcorn is best, but companies such as Lesser Evil can also make flavored, but gluten-free popcorns.
  9.  Hard-boiled Eggs – They are totally carb-free and rich in protein, a hard-boiled egg can be a great gluten-free snack.
  10.  Gluten-free Cookies and Muffins – Companies such as Gluten Free Pantry and Cherrybrook Kitchen have simple mixes for whipping up gluten-free cookies and muffins that you can create in advance and just freeze or wrap it up for later use.
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Posted by Chloe Boggs - January 24, 2014 at 12:25 pm

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