Gluten-Free Diet Benefits And Risks: Is Gluten The Enemy?
BY MARY LYNCH People living with the celiac disease have no other option but to go gluten-free. However, these days it seems like everyone is cutting gluten left and right, which makes me wonder about gluten-free diet benefits and risks more than ever. Is gluten the bad guy here? Let’s find out together! […]Read More »
Gluten-Free Guide For Beginners
If you have just been diagnosed with gluten-intolerance also called sensitivity, this gluten-free guide for beginners will help you start simply in your journey living gluten-free. Gluten intolerance is the body’s inability to digest or break down the gluten protein found in wheat and certain other grains. The symptoms are similar to celiac disease, but […]Read More »
What Happens if Our Children Eat Too Much Sugar?
Most recent UK survey showed that our kids are getting almost 12-16% of their daily calories from added sugar. As per sugar science, limits of sugar for children vary depending on their age and caloric needs but range between 3-6 teaspoons (12 – 25 grams) per day, translating to a maximum of 5% of their […]Read More »
Gluten-Free Beef & Potato Calzones From Scratch (step by step instructions)
Here is a delicious recipe that I have been working on this weekend. I always wanted to create gluten-free calzones from scratch that were simple enough for anyone to make. Calzone is an Italian oven-baked folded pizza with various fillings. First time I was introduced to calzones was during my travels in the south of […]Read More »
How To Stimulate Your Metabolism
Metabolism, It’s the arrangement of life-managing synthetic changes inside the cells of living life forms. It’s so significant, to the point that it’s reasonable to feel as though it’s outside your ability to control. Here are 10 Tips to Stimulate Your Metabolism Stoking the fire Here’s appreciated news: You may have acquired your mother’s moderate […]Read More »
Gluten-Free Foods To Boost Your Workout Efforts
BY JANE SANDWOOD Did you know that there are a number of world-famous athletes such as tennis star Novak Djokovic who attribute some of their success to their gluten-free diets? While it has long been believed that gluten (such as that found in pasta and bread) are needed to fuel the body during exercise, recent […]Read More »
Going Gluten Free? Tips & Tricks for Easing the Transition
BY LETTIE STRATTON There are several reasons for eating a gluten-free diet. Perhaps you have celiac disease, a gluten intolerance, or other health concern. Maybe you have a family member who can’t eat gluten so you avoid it as well out of convenience and so you can all cook and eat together. Whatever your reason […]Read More »
How to Control Your Child’s Autism with Gluten-Free Diet?
BY DR. MITRAVINDA SAVANUR There are various kinds of developmental disorders with which children are affected and autism spectrum disorders (ASD) need special mention in this regard. In this disorder, the child has problems in communicating and interacting socially. There are other indications of autism spectrum in children as well, including lack of eye contact, […]Read More »
Back to School The Gluten-Free Way
So the summer is almost over, and it is time to start planning gluten-free breakfasts on the go, healthy snacks, lunches and quick dinners. It is all about meal planning to make your time in the kitchen less stressful and leaving you time for more important things like after school activities and time with your […]Read More »