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These four easy gluten-free cakes are my favorites for this time of year. Theyre particularly delicious showcasing fresh, local produce but theyre worth making in any season. Gluten free and dairy free, theyre guaranteed to turn any moment into a reason to celebrate.
Cant get to Hawaii this summer? Bring the best of the islands to your own backyard with these easy-to-make, gluten-free, dairy-free Hawaiian-style recipes. Transforming an ordinary barbeque into mouthwatering tropical cuisine is easier than you think. Start with a combination of fresh spices and simple marinades, add a few minutes of preparation and fire up the grill. You wont miss the burgers.
Because my child has multiple food allergies, including one that can cause anaphylaxis, I had many issues to address with the school to ensure that he had a safe year. What kind of food would be in the classroom? Where would they seat him during snack to make sure he was safe yet not isolated? How would field trips operate? And a hundred other details. Sometimes I had to be pushy. Sometimes the schools strategies were already in place. In all these instances, I was engaging in advocacy. Anyone who has a child with celiac disease, food allergies or other special needs learns these skills out of necessity.
Eleven years ago, Keith McCormick, a chiropractor from Amherst, Massachusetts, noticed his hip hurt after a difficult track workout. The former Olympianhe competed in the pentathlon in the 1976 Munich gameswas used to pushing through pain. Hed trained hard all his life, regularly running or biking up to six hours a day. At 45, his passion was Ironman triathlons, an extreme endurance sport involving swimming, biking and running.
New research supports the existence of non-celiac gluten sensitivity but the underlying mechanisms remain unclear. Symptoms can be similar to celiac disease and include gastrointestinal problems like diarrhea and bloating, as well as fatigue, brain fog and ADHD or autistic behaviors.