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Gluten Free Party Tricks

April 28, 2010

Celebrations and social get-togethers can be difficult for gluten free dieters. Delicious snacks, wholesome meals and enticing deserts make it hard to resist gluten.
Consider this your gluten free party plan:

1. Talk to your host.
Before the party, try talking to the host about your dietary concerns.  Make sure he/she understands you’re not trying to create more [...]

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Mandatory Folic Acid Fortification Part 2

March 3, 2010

In my last blog I wrote about the implementation of Mandatory Folic Acid Fortification and began speaking of the effects it has. Now I will continue to write about the negative implications it has.
Many countries have begun to seriously question the entire concept of Mandatory Folic Acid Fortification (MFF). Ireland put the whole matter on [...]

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We Can Learn From Studying Other Cultures Acidity and Sodium Dietary Practices

January 20, 2010

Last week I mentioned in High Sodium Levels Linked to Cancer, how Dr. Max Gerson provided us all with valuable information about the health benefits of eating high proportions of fresh fruit and vegetables, instead of foods high in acidity and sodium. This week I will build on this by looking at several long lived [...]

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Eating Gluten Free Can Be A Family Affair

September 28, 2008

Gluten free eating is most often related to someone suffering Coeliac Disease or a related gluten intolerance problem. However, experience has shown that non-Coeliac sufferers may also benefit if they have other physical challenges.
I remember the experience of a Melbourne family I helped with some advice a few years ago.
Two of the children were Coeliac [...]

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