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Gluten Free Diet

Berries have been shown to be some of the healthiest foods on the planet. It seems new research is constantly being published and berries are being recognized and analyzed for their health giving properties. Extremely high in antioxidants, berries are among my favorite foods. In no specific order, these are berries that are extremely high health benefits: (more…)

Next to water and air, food is the most necessary thing in our lives. But beyond its status as a necessity, food can be comforting, nourishing, and supportive. It can bring people together and even provide a sense of community. I say "can" because the quality of your food matters and is what makes it either a potent, health-supportive tool or the slowest form of poison... not just for your physical health but your mental health, too. (more…)

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The widespread occurrence of gluten sensitivity, wheat allergies and celiac disease have been well documented. Many of the related concerns such as gastrointestinal discomfort (IBS), rashes, concerns with nutrient absorption and bone loss have been reported and observed. Fortunately for many, following a gluten-free diet can relieve these indications and revitalize health. But, aside from digestive complaints, there may be another reason to avoid gluten – its effect on the brain. (more…)

Gluten sensitivities and gluten intolerance are on the rise, making gluten a very popular topic. Because it's a subject with many facets, here are 9 facts for you to consider to make a sound, rational decision as to whether you should monitor, or possibly eliminate gluten from your diet. (more…)

Bowel diseases are numerous and unpleasant. Among them, celiac disease is perhaps one of the strangest and least understood. The condition is believed to stem from an abnormal reaction of the small intestines to gluten proteins, which triggers a sort of self-destructive immune response within the upper bowels. Fortunately, there is a growing body of scientific research which supports the use of beneficial probiotics and eating gluten-free foods, as part of your Celiac Disease diet, can help alleviate those uncomfortable symptoms. (more…)