Super Simple Gluten Free Chicken Nugget Balls
Gluten free, Grain free, Guilt free! These super easy chicken nuggets come together with just 3 ingredients, salt optional. Chicken. Parmesan Cheese. Eggs. That's all you need to make these magical gl...
Gluten Free Maple Apple Crisp Dessert (low oxalate, dairy free, paleo, AIP)
An Apple a day keeps the Doctor away? If you like apples, you'll love this gluten free maple apple dessert. I used to make a version with cinnamon, but in an effort to cut down on oxalates, this...
Candied Ginger (soft!)
You know those soft candied ginger pieces that melt in your mouth and settle your tummy? After our last move to smalltown, USA I just couldn't find any! I did however find an abundance of fresh ginger...
Cinnamon Honey Glazed Carrots
I eat carrots as much as possible. It's a bonus that my family loves them too so I know they'll never go to waste. This Celiac-safe recipe calls for just 4 ingredients (if you don't count the water) a...
Seasoned Shrimp Bowl - with Veggies & Spaghetti Squash
I'm always trying to sneak in more veggies in our meals. This Gluten Free Seasoned Shrimp Bowl with Veggies & Spaghetti Squash is a delicious way of doing just that! The best part is that that by ...
Katie was diagnosed with celiac disease 8 years ago after dealing with autoimmune issues.
This on top of being hypoglycemic created a bit of anxiety.
Katie has celiac disease and I am lactose intolerant so the holidays can be a giant pain in the rear.... figuratively & literally.
Here are a few tips that you can use to make the next holidays more tolerable.
If you're like most people that find out they're celiac, finding out was probably a mix of feelings. Some surprise mixed with, that explains a lot and a bunch of uncertainty.
For some celiacs, simply going gluten-free may not be enough to entirely eliminate their symptoms.
Whatever your reason for going gluten free, there are some sneaky sources you need to be aware of.
At first, you might feel like you're not allowed to eat ANYTHING any more.
This isn't entirely true.
Eating gluten — even small amounts of it — can trigger a harmful reaction for those with Celiac Disease.
If you've been newly diagnosed with Celiac Disease, you may feel frustrated by all the foods you're told you can't eat.
Welcome to your newly found Gluten Free life!
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