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Gluten Free Supermarket Shopping

May 28, 2010

Keeping your trolley free of gluten is not always the simplest of errands. Previously we’ve discussed Gluten Safe grains (see my previous article “Inside The Gluten Free Kitchen”) but supermarkets are a maze of gluten products. Use this article to help you make the right choices in the supermarket:
Fruit:
All fresh fruit is gluten free. Buy [...]

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The Need to Maintain Good Nutritional Status in the Elderly

January 28, 2010

I have long been concerned about the nutritional adequacy of the diets of most of our senior citizens whether resident in their own homes or in various forms of care. Very often, when left to their own devices many older people cannot be bothered to prepare proper meals and many of them fall into a [...]

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Anaemia and Coeliac Disease

November 12, 2009

The most common type of anaemia is Iron Deficiency Anaemia. Iron is an important part of haemoglobin which is the oxygen-carrying pigment in the blood.
Your blood usually gets iron from the food you eat and by reusing the iron in old blood cells. When your blood is not gathering enough iron from you food you [...]

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Food Alerts on your Mobile – great service

October 15, 2009

FoodContentAlerts.com (FCA)  (http://www.foodcontentalerts.com), a free online and mobile service, was announced today by Durk  Barnhill, General Manager, TAXI NY.

FoodContentAlerts.com provides critical information and personalized data  management both at home and on-the-go for the nearly 70 million people in the United States and Canada alone suffering from food sensitivities, including food allergies, celiac disease and non-celiac [...]

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Organic Food and the Relationship with Celiac Disease

September 24, 2009

In this video I discuss the relationship between organic food and celiac disease and touch on the importance of soil quality.

Best Regards
Paul Smith
glutenfreehealth.net

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Celiac Disease and Kids. Gluten Free Health as an option

July 25, 2009

People with celiac disease can’t eat gluten, which is found in many everyday foods, such as bread. Find out more by this video about gluten free food for kids.
The gluten-free diet presents unique challenges for children with celiac disease and their families. Prior to diagnosis, children may be quite ill, suffering from poor growth and [...]

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Celiac disease now and before

July 23, 2009

Celiac disease could be at least four times more common today than it was 50 years ago, according to a new study from University of Minnesota.

This study has been conducted in United States, but it’s a fair demonstration about the terrible fact – Celiac Disease is on the rise.
One of the common suggestions is that [...]

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Celiac, Coeliac and Food Allergies explained

June 23, 2009

What’s the difference between an intolerance and an allergy?
A food intolerance is quite different from a food allergy. Intolerance is a diverse reaction to a food that does not involve the immune system. Lactose intolerance is a good example, where sufferers lack the enzyme needed to digest the lactose in milk and some milk products.
Symptoms [...]

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Best on Celiac/Coeliac Disease and Gluten Free Posts of the week 3 | May

May 21, 2009

There are many good people online writing about Gluten Free and health, Coeliac and Celiac disease and symptoms related to the disease.
This is one more of my weekly posts about articles I’ve been reading and I think are worth your time to read.
Tea Time for Coeliacs at Westminster « Theblackfarmer’s Blog
By theblackfarmer
As part of a [...]

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Best on Celiac/Coeliac Disease and Gluten Free Posts of the week 2

May 14, 2009

There are many good people online writing about Gluten Free and health, Coeliac and Celiac disease and symptoms related to the disease.
This is one more of my weekly posts about articles I’ve been reading and I think are worth your time to read.
1)Gluten Free Trina
Presents a new support group, it says “There are many support [...]

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