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This article about 7 Ways to Recover from an Accidental Gluten Exposure contains affiliate links. This post is NOT a substitute for medical care and is for informational and entertainment purposes only. Avoid gluten and never use these treatment options as an excuse to eat gluten, even just a little. We’ve all been there. We’re […]
10 Reasons Why You Still Crave Gluten contains affiliate links. This article is not to be used in lieu of sound medical advice. Please consult your doctor before making changes to your diet or adding supplements. By reading this article, you agree to my disclosures. Gluten is hard to give up. Period. For the three million […]
This post featuring my top posts of 2018 contains affiliate links. I love creating and sharing blog posts that feature everything from tried and true gluten-free recipes to restaurant information to information about understanding the gluten-free diet, celiac disease and gluten sensitivities. I feel like I really found my voice in 2018 and my opinions […]
This post about 5 reasons why early detection of celiac disease is crucial contains affiliate links. Early detection of celiac disease has baffled researchers for decades, particularly in patients with silent or asymptomatic celiac disease. Unfortunately, in order to diagnose a patient with celiac disease, the patient must have what is known as “total villous atrophy.” […]
I always tell my clients that they must become smarter than their doctors when it comes to gluten disorders. Doctors didn’t learn everything there is to know about gluten disorders and celiac disease in medical school. They may have heard a grumbling or two about gluten, but chances are it was not the focus of […]