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, […]

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What Knife To Use To Cut Chicken

BY JENNIFER BRANNET Every knife has its functions. Notwithstanding your cooking skill and experience, you still need a good knife for cutting meat. A good kitchen knife is said to be an essential appliance in your kitchen. If you want to put your money on one, make it a chef’s or cook’s knife. A good […]

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Making Breakfast Easy: Fast And Delicious Gluten-Free Recipes

BY JANE SANDWOOD Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It gives you energy to power you through the morning and also sets you up for making better food decisions hours later. In fact, people who eat breakfast are 12.3% healthier throughout the day than those who skip it, Fast Company reports. And when you’re […]

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Keeping Your Cook-Out Gluten Free

BY JENNIFER SCOTT Summer’s here, and we all know what that means: warm, sunny evenings, the occasional bug bite, and the smell of a grill somewhere nearby almost every night! Cookouts are a staple of summer fun, especially when you’re able to spend time with plenty of friends and family, or are celebrating a special […]

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10 Must-Have Ingredients For The Gluten-Free Pantry

If you are new to gluten-free living, this information will help you get started cooking gluten-free. Going gluten-free may seem overwhelming at first, but with the 10 must-have ingredients, you will find that gluten-free cooking can be fun. Where do you start? You love muffins, sandwiches, pizza, pasta and desserts so where do you go from […]

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Celiac Disease In Seniors: What You Need To Know

BY JANE SANDWOOD Gluten-free diets are becoming more popular in Canada with around one-third of Canadians looking to buy gluten-free products. People buy these products because they want to gluten-free diet based on perceived health benefits or because they have a medical need such as Celiac disease. Celiac disease can affect people of any age but studies have […]

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10 Best Gluten-Free One Pot Meals in 2017

The one pot meal style of cooking is a combination of vegetables, meat or both, with rice, pasta or potatoes cooked in superb sauces. The recipes are no fuss home cooked gluten-free meals with minimal cleanup. After a busy day, comforting one pot meals are a wonderful way to end the day because they practically […]

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Best Way to Cook Spaghetti Squash

  Spaghetti squash has become very popular in recent years. This oval squash when cooked, the inside flesh pulls out of the shell in long strands, similar to spaghetti pasta. This easy to cook squash has approximately one quarter of the calories compared to the cooked pasta. It has only 10 grams of carbs per […]

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