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A gluten-free diet plan is most commonly associated with celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder of the small intestine where the villi are damaged.
Gluten Free Granola Recipe that's Packed with Nutritional Value
April 26 2017
Granola is usually considered one of the healthier breakfast cereals, but it often has a lot of sugar and not a lot of protein. This recipe changes all of that, and it's gluten free.
The Ultimate 3-Course Vegan and Gluten-Free Meal
March 21 2019
For a delicious and budget-friendly night in, try this vegan and gluten-free meal you can make at home.
What Is Celiac Disease?
October 8 2018
Celiac disease, also referred to as “celiac sprue,” is a hereditary condition that primarily affects those of Northern European descent but is increasingly reported in other countries. Up to 1% of the population reportedly suffers from celiac disease, although this number is likely underestimated. That means that there are people living with this disease that still remain undiagnosed.
Enzymes to Ease Gluten Digestion
August 28 2017
What enzymes can help me if I have trouble digesting gluten?
Pasta Alternatives and their Nutritional Benefits
November 29 2018
Many people want more out of their pasta dishes. Thankfully, there are several excellent pasta alternatives that offer many flavorful and nutritional benefits. These options are also ideal for those with gluten allergies.
Homemade BCAA Gummies
August 31 2018
Gummies are a popular snack. Homemade gummies made with BCAA provide the nutrients needed to help muscles recover faster after workouts or other physical activities. The amino acid compounds also provide an energy boost.
Alternative Eating Lifestyles
September 26 2017
Many different eating styles have become popular lately, so it can be tricky to tell them apart. Each eating lifestyle comes with its own unique health benefits, but they all have different sets of rules. Keep reading to learn more about how the raw food, vegan, vegetarian, paleo and gluten-free eating lifestyles work and discover a new favorite recipe.
Digestive Enzymes to Aid in Food Intolerance
September 25 2017
A food allergy or food intolerance occurs when there is an adverse reaction to the ingestion of a food. The distinction between the two terms is that in a classic food allergy the immune system is involved to produce a true allergic reaction to produce more severe symptoms while in a food intolerance symptoms are generally less serious and often limited to digestive problems.
California Gold Nutrition Pre and Post Workout Shake Recipes
October 5 2017
Those who hit the gym regularly know how important it is to fuel the body with protein before or after a workout session. A healthy amount of protein helps to heal the micro-tears created when exercising, helping individuals to more efficiently build those muscles. A whey protein shake is one of the quickest and easiest ways to get the protein needed, especially for those who are also busy with a job and other obligations.
Coconut Aminos vs. Soy Sauce
December 11 2018
Soy sauce is one of the oldest condiments around, but is it the healthiest? Coconut aminos might be a healthy option to soy sauce, especially for those who maintain a soy-free diet.
Health Benefits of Different Types of Flours
September 6 2018
Many people can benefit from eating coconut, almond and brown rice flour. Learn how to use these unique flours and get some great cooking recipes for dinner and dessert.
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