Monthly Archives: August 2012

Packing Gluten Free Lunches on a Budget

Lunches can be a challenge on a gluten free diet. Especially when you are having to pack them to go. I pack three lunches every morning, although I am reconsidering after I read the this blog. It was created by … Continue reading

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Are you getting your DHA’s?

In a society where we have learned to be afraid of fat, it is hard to switch your brain mentality that fat is essential for human development and function. In fact, fat has a number of significant contributions to our … Continue reading

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Going Back to School-GF in the Classroom

I really thought that Middle School food issues would be easy.  The kids are getting older, right?  No more birthday treats, no more Valentine’s Day parties, no more multi-culture potluck parties, right?  Wrong!  Some kids still bring birthday treats, and … Continue reading

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Celebrating a Gluten Free Shabbat

August is my favorite time of year to write about Shabbat. It is really one of the few months without any major Jewish Holidays, besides Tu’B’Av, which came late this year and was on August 3, 2012. Shabbat starts at … Continue reading

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Is Sjogren’s Syndrome a Symptom of Something More Serious?

Many people with celiac disease have also been diagnosed with Sjogren’s syndrome which is a condition that causes dry eyes and dry mouth. In fact, there is a connection between the two diseases in that 15% of the patients diagnosed … Continue reading

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