How is Celiac Disease Diagnosed?
Author of Complete Gluten-Free Diet and Nutrition Guide and celiac expert, Alexandra Anca, says there are several ways to test for celiac disease including: EndoscopyTo take a biopsy of the small intestine, a gastroenterologist will perform an endoscopy, using intravenous sedation. These... More »
GF Sour Cream Peach Muffins
Sour cream and peaches in tender muffin form? And, they're gluten-free? Oh, yes. You can make these year-round using frozen peaches, says Camilla Saulsbury, author of 150 Best Gluten-Free Muffin Recipes. More »
Gluten-Free Living
Most people feel completely overwhelmed when they are diagnosed with gluten intolerance and/or celiac disease, since the only recognized therapy is a gluten-free diet. How do you steer absolutely clear of anything containing gluten and yet enjoy delicious food all at the same time? How do you learn... More »
Do You Have Questions About Eating Gluten-Free?
Do You Have Questions About Eating Gluten-Free?By Alexandra Anca & Theresa Santandrea-Cull, Complete Gluten-Free Diet and Nutrition GuideAuthor Q&A with Alexandra Anca and Theresa Santandrea-Cull Q1. What is celiac disease?A1. Celiac disease is a genetically based autoimmune response... More »
"A" List of Foods to Avoid When Gluten-Free Shopping
“A” list Print out and keep a copy of this “A” list of foods to avoid in your pocket when you go shopping for gluten-free foods and ingredients: •  Wheat •  Barley •  Rye •  Triticale (a cross between wheat and rye) •  Spelt (early coarse wheat) •  Kamut or kawmut (... More »
What is Gluten and Why Does it Matter?
 What is Gluten and Why Does it Matter?   Gluten is a kind of protein found in wheat (and its relatives spelt, farro, emmer, Kamut, barley, rye and triticale). It also appears in a surprising number of prepared foods, ranging from salad dressings to dairy products. More and more people... More »
Tips For Transitioning to a Raw Food Diet
Do you want to eat better? Do you want to leave a smaller 'footprint' and help contribute to a better world? How about eating raw? Transitioning to a raw food diet can seem a bit overwhelming at first. Here are some quick and easy tips from Chef Douglas McNish, author of Eat Raw, Eat Well, to get... More »
Handling Gluten-Free Flours and Starches
• Purchase flours and starches from reliable sources for consistent quality and to ensure that there is no risk from cross-contamination. Once you succeed with a particular product, either brand or quality, stick with it. • Store flours and starches in plastic containers rather than the bags... More »
Peach Sponge Pudding (gluten-free)
This self-saucing, soufflé-like pudding is just enough for three! More »
Gluten-Free Almond Sponge Cake
The perfect all-occasion cake — light, airy, and not too sweet! Serve topped with fresh fruit and drizzled with hot fudge sauce. More »
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