This vanilla cake recipe will win over all of your friends and family. They will not miss the gluten or the diary. It is moist and just the perfect amount of sweetness! For the chocolate version of this cake click HERE. This vanilla cake recipe will win over all of your friends and family. They …
There are so many reasons people choose a gluten free lifestyle. For people with Celiac Disease, eliminating gluten from our diet is the only way currently to manage our symptoms. It is not an allergy; it is not an intolerance. Celiac Disease is a disorder where the body attacks itself in response to gluten. In …
Do you think you may have celiac disease or a gluten intolerance? Then you’ve come to the right place! On this podcast episode, I am sharing everything you need to know about talking to your doctor, what steps to take before going gluten free, what to do if your doctor does not want to test you for celiacs, what to do if you have ruled out celiacs but still have problems with gluten, and more!
Today’s podcast is such a good one as I speak to Brittyn Coleman MS, RDN/LD, CLT Aka Autism Dietician. Brittyn has been gluten-free for 20 years and specializes in gut health for children, especially those with Autism. She dives into the difference between an allergy and an intolerance and their impact on the body. You will hear about the difference between lactose-free and the protein in milk, casein, which oftentimes is the culprit of GI issues.
Tired, moody, brain fogged, fatigued, exhausted. Do these words resonate with you? They do with me! Celiacs Disease, along with many other health challenges, can make us feel run down and sluggish. That’s what I finally said enough is enough and I reached out to my good friend Dr Stephanie Zgraggen.
Karalynne from @Just.Ingredients shares her top 4 tips that have made the biggest impact in her gluten-free health journey. She may not have celiac disease or a gluten allergy, but what she does share is how gluten makes her feel and also the importance of eating better foods that will not cause the very inflammation she is trying to avoid.