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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!
Substitutions for milk, buttermilk, yogurt, butter, eggs, nuts and flour.
Here is a simple overview of the gluten-free (GF) diet. By using this simple survival tool to understand their dietary requirements, the newly diagnosed will be able to read labels of food products and determine if a product is gluten free.
The long and short of the worlds most popular gluten-free grain
These bread recipes offer the delicious flavor, the moist texture and soft flexibility you love about bread without the gluten, dairy and cane sugar. Any way you slice it, your bread-less days are over.
Ditch the junk food. Kids (adults, too!) love these allergy-friendly snacks.
Unlock summers sizzle with gluten-free, dairy-free marinades, rubs and sauces
Here are some of the most exciting, innovative, healthy, allergy-friendly, new products to hit the market.
After decades of enduring mysterious aches and illnesses, inconclusive medical tests and multiple surgeries, Diane Kittle, 50, discovered she has a hypersensitivity to gluten.
Protein bars and meal replacement bars have long belonged to the fitness category but for those with food allergies and celiac disease, these bars are a life-saver when traveling, faced with unfriendly menus and when hunger hits between meals. Lets check out some of the tastiest, most impressive new bars, flavors and product lines.
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