Getting Started with a Gluten-Free/Casein-Free Diet

Do you think you will never again be able to enjoy the simple pleasures of a pizza and beer, a hotdog at the ballgame, or an ice-cream sundae on a summer afternoon?

Well think again!

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After decades of enduring mysterious aches and illnesses, inconclusive medical tests and multiple surgeries, Diane Kittle, 50, discovered she has a hypersensitivity to gluten.

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My son, Sam, was diagnosed with autism in 1992. At the time, autism was considered a rare disorder, affecting about 4 in 10,000 children in the United States. Today it's estimated that 1 out of every 150 children born in the United States will ultimately receive this diagnosis. Source: Living Without