I received a sample of both Tiger Nuts Snacks and Tiger Nuts Flour. Tiger nuts are not nuts at all. Rather, they are tubers, more of a root vegetable. Continue reading “Product Review: Tiger Nuts Flour and Snacks From Tiger Nuts”
Who doesn’t love a good brownie? No one I know.
I was blessed with a package of Extra White Gold Brownie Mix at the Nourished Festival. I promptly made it and here’s how it stacked up. Continue reading “Product Review: Extra White Gold Brownie Mix”
Gluten and Grain Free Gourmet out of Ohio, is a Paleo bakery and food company. I met Jen at the Nourish Festival this year. She specializes in food products that fit the following dietary lifestyles Continue reading “Product Review: The Gluten and Grain Free Gourmet Cookies”
The Gluten Free Allergy Friendly Expo is now Nourished: The Gluten Free, Allergy & Specialty Diet Festival! Isn’t that a mouthful?
You can just call it Nourished Festival! Continue reading “2019 Nourished Festival”
Do you have food allergies in your family? Continue reading “Product Review- FreeYumm Bars”
It’s that time of year again, to make the pilgrimage to the land of all things gluten free.
I had the opportunity to be an official blogger at the 2018 Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly Expo again. Was it worth going? Continue reading “What you missed at the 2018 Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly Expo”
I went to my first GFAF expo last year and thoroughly enjoyed it. I have the privilege of blogging for the expo again this year. I can’t wait to see all the fabulous products. Continue reading “Gluten-Free and Allergen Friendly Expo 2018! Win A Free Ticket!”
Where can you find hundreds of gluten/allergen friendly products in one spot? Why the GFAF Expo, of course! It is a tasting mecca of the gluten free world. Here you will find both the tried and true products as well as items brand new to the market and maybe not even in stores yet, but they are available online! Continue reading “My Experience at the Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly Expo 2017 in Secaucus, NJ”
What are you doing this weekend? If you or a loved one is living gluten-free or with other food allergies and if you are in the NY metro area, how about going to the Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly Expo? This event is taking place this Saturday and Sunday, October 14 and 15, in Secaucus, NJ.
It’s not too late to go!
Tickets are still available. I was already planning on going, but now I am delighted to be an official blogger of the Expo. But that’s not all… I have been blessed with the opportunity to give away 5 FREE TICKETS to this event!
Gluten-free bread can be hard to swallow, quite literally. When someone is considering a gluten-free lifestyle, bread is often the deal breaker. I have heard so many people say, “My doctor (or someone) said I should cut out gluten, but I just can’t give up bread.” or “I am gluten-free, except I occasionally have bread.” 🙄 (just a note- your not actually gluten free then)
Something as simple as a piece of bread can be standing between them and potential better health.
If you are gluten-free, consider sharing your favorite bread brands Continue reading “Vote: What Is Your Favorite Gluten-Free Sandwich Bread?”
Here is a partial listing of conditions that can be linked directly or indirectly to Celiac disease and/or gluten sensitivity. Gluten not only directly damages various parts of the body, it also causes nutritional deficiencies that adversely effect the whole body. So while these symptoms seem completely unrelated, they can be traced to a Continue reading “Do You See Yourself Here?”
Gluten is a difficult protein to digest. It is thought, for some people, the immune system sees the gluten particles as the an enemy and attacks it (producing antibodies) causing inflammation in various parts of the body and poor absorption of nutrients which leads to various health problems.
There is no evidence that everyone needs to avoid gluten. For many, it has become a fad diet or a way to seek weight loss, however that does not mean it isn’t a real condition. Gluten creates real health problems for many people.