Monthly Archives: September 2010

The Diabetes Connection

Type 1 diabetes and celiac disease hold a significant connection. Both are autoimmune diseases that share a genetic link because they fall on the same chromosome. Often, when a person has one disease, there is a higher potential for developing … Continue reading

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The Fruits of the Earth, Naturally Gluten Free

Sukkot, also referred to as the Festival of Tabernacles or the Festival of Booths, is observed during the week commencing on 15 Tishri. Outside Israel, in the Diaspora, the first two days are celebrated as full holidays while the last … Continue reading

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National Celiac Disease Awareness Day….September 13th, 2010

You may have noticed that restaurants, grocery stores, maybe even friends and family are becoming more aware of celiac disease and gluten allergies. Here is more proof that even the government is recognizing it as a real disease that deserves … Continue reading

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Rosh Hashanah – Another Year of Gluten Free Living

Two years ago my oldest daughter was diagnosed with a gluten sensitivity.  It inspired me, despite my diagnosis six months prior, to make the commitment to cook gluten free for our whole family.  Here is to another year of living … Continue reading

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9 Ingredients to Avoid in Processed Foods

A couple months ago a Yahoo news ad caught my eye. The title of it was “9 Ingredients to avoid in processed foods. The article was right up my alley because it listed ingredients to avoid, not necessarily foods to … Continue reading

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