10 Questions You Should Ask Your Doctor About Celiac

When I was struggling trying to find answers about my health challenges – from hives, to stomach pains, to migraines, to medication sensitivities – I wish I had some guidance to help me connect the dots back to health. After years of dealing with hives that at times covered my entire body with no discernible…

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Get Your White Paper Here

If you haven’t gotten your white paper on eating out with celiac, I invite you to do so now. In this white paper I share hard-won tips on how to navigate restaurants and dinner parties while remaining gluten-free. Use the link below to get your white paper, Eating Out With Celiac Disease. Get Your White…

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Spiced Mixed Nuts

How do you find good snacks that are gluten-free and dairy free…and your friends will like them? When you have celiac disease, it can be a bit of a challenge to find snacks that aren’t based around cheese and crackers. This nut mix is usually a hit with my dinner guests, plus it is nice…

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Chimichurri

For me, one of the keys to thriving with celiac disease is having tasty condiments that also pack a lot of nutritional punch. Chimichurri, a traditional Argentinian accompaniment for beef, full of parsley, garlic and olive oil offers a great way to get key healing nutrients. Chimichurri goes well with beef, lamb, fish, eggs, or…

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Easy Greek Skillet Dinner

Folks tell me, “I know I should eat more kale, but I only know one way to fix it.” Here’s a quick recipe to get more kale into your diet in a tasty way. This dish is great in that it cooks up in no time at all…in just one pan. If you wish, serve…

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January is CLEAN OUT THE GLUTEN Month

This January is Clean Out The Gluten Month! If you have celiac, or someone you care for has celiac, I invite you to take a complimentary five-day challenge with me. I’ve designed a complimentary five-day challenge to help you create a home that allows you to heal from celiac disease. Over five days I’ll send…

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Almond Flour Nut Bread

If you like a dense bread, I think you might enjoy this recipe. In its simple variation it is a good accompaniment for butter and jam and pairs well with a bowl of soup, stew, or chili. Add some raisins and cinnamon and you have a satisfying, but not too sweet, loaf. Add some rosemary…

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Can this make you sick?

The amount of flour in this picture is enough to make many folks with celiac disease sick for a week. Or more. Most people wouldn’t even consider that a significant amount of gluten and dismiss it. Maybe even say, there’s not enough flour in there to hurt you. This January is Clean Out The Gluten…

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Flaxseed Flatbread

There’s something satisfying about putting bread in the oven to bake.  The smell wafts through the house, and anticipation builds for a satisfying treat. Here’s a favorite quick gluten-free and grain-free bread that works for toast, for sandwiches, or for dinner. If you like a heavier bread, such as rye bread, then you’ll enjoy this…

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