Unfortunately during this time of year my kids get fevers, runny noses, and my son has the 24hr stomach virus. I’m going to start stocking up on gingerale, Lysol, tissues, Sobe lifewater( I don’t like Gatorade) and pain/fever medicine. I needed to check if Tylenol contained gluten and this is what I found out. Go to this website for a list of medications that are … Continue reading Does children’s tylenol contain gluten?
My apologies -Due to a conflict with Superbowl Sunday – the date for this event was changed and will be SUNDAY JANUARY 27TH 2013. Continue reading Ice Skating party in Central Park on January 27th to benefit Celiac Awareness
Just read this news article on how Seattle is on the top when it comes to gluten-free foods. Hooray for Seattle! Most people taking a cruise that sails out of Seattle have to spend the night in the area to ensure smooth boarding on their departure date. Such was the case when we took a cruise to Alaska last summer. Even though the focus … Continue reading Gluten-Free Goodness in Seattle
When my daughter and I went to the Celiac Awareness Walk there was a personal chef there. She’s a chef that comes to you and can show you anywhere from the basics and up about cooking everything. If you want to learn more about cooking gluten free for yourself and your family then this is a great way to do it. What better way then … Continue reading Want to learn more about cooking gluten free?
I just went to McDonalds and bought sundaes for all of us and looked up on their website if their sundaes were gluten – free and it turns out that they are.:) Here is the allergen list that I got from their website: http://mcdonalds.co.nz/sites/mcdonalds.co.nz/files/images/Food-Sensitivity-21-Nov-2012.pdf Continue reading Which McDonald’s foods are gluten-free?
Healthy Gluten Free Cooking Tips Introduce whole grains such as lentils, wild rice and quinoa Add onions, garlic, carrots and celery to whole grain dishes and cook with broth, instead of boiling in water to add flavor Eat lean cuts of meat that are skinless, white fish and salmon, tofu and beans Add beans into your kid’s meals; beans are high in fiber and are a great source of magnesium and … Continue reading Healthy Gluten Free Cooking Tips
I just read about a woman who’s son was cured from Celiac Disease by Biomagnetism therapy. I am very curious about this and wonder if here in the states if they practice this. Has anyone heard of this before? I’m planning on talking with my daughter’s pediatrician about it. Here is her story which was on the Elizabeth Hasselback’s website: I like to share my … Continue reading Can Biomagnetism cure Celiac disease?
I came across this article about gluten free in the news and thought you might want to check it out: It read as follows: As the year is rapidly approaching its end, I wanted to reflect on the great strides that were made in the gluten-free community and put together an article on what I feel is the most notable new products and news of … Continue reading 2012 year in review: Notable gluten-free news and products
I found Perdue gluten-free chicken tenders at my local A&P supermarket and was very excited. I sometimes make my own for my daughter but I don’t always have the time so when I came across these in the meat section of my supermarket I was thrilled. They taste great and I like that they look and taste like the original chicken tenders. I recommend this! … Continue reading Perdue gluten-free chicken tenders
After the holiday glut of heavy feasts and high-calorie beverages full of gluten, it is no surprise that many consumers kick-off the New Year with a resolution to eat healthier. And for those considering a gluten-free diet but fearful it won’t taste good, there’s good news. New Planet Beer Company, the innovative pioneer of great-tasting gluten-free beers, removes the notion that you have to sacrifice … Continue reading New Planet Gluten Free Beer Now Available in 42 States