Dietitian Amy Keller answers questions on picky kids, self conscious tweens and going gluten free with autism in this column from Gluten-Free Living.
Your questions about heading back to school gluten free answered, from 504 plans to sharing custody of gluten-free kids to navigating meals at band camp.
Weight gain after going gluten-free is extremely common. Here are some reasons you might gain weight on the gluten-free diet and how to combat weight gain.
Despite all the research around the gluten-free diet over the last few years, significant misinformation remains. Let’s set the record straight on some of the most popular myths that persist.
Learn whether you be worried about allergy advisory “may contain” statements on foods labeled gluten free and what to do if you find a misbranded food.
Whole Grains conference looks to the future of a sustainable food source.
Added sugars are added to products during processing, and it seems they are just about everywhere. They can lead to weight gain and raise blood triglyceride levels, which contribute to heart disease. Institute these healthy habits to reduce the amount of added sugar in your diet.
Do I need to be looking for a gluten-free label on fruits and vegetables?
What can you do to reduce your risk of heart disease, and is the gluten-free diet a key to heart health? Learn how you can make a difference in your health.
My daughter, who is in college, was diagnosed with celiac over the summer. Her doctor told us that she also has iron-deficiency anemia, which she said could be caused by the damage done by the celiac. She’s so tired—is there anything she can eat to improve her energy levels?
I was recently diagnosed with celiac. I am doing pretty well eating gluten free, but it also appears I’m now lactose intolerant. Is this a forever thing, or do you think it will get better?
You might find yourself asking “Dr. Google” about what’s normal and what’s not. Let’s take a look at what your number two might be trying to tell you.
Use this practical advice and information to healthfully eat vegetarian or vegan on the gluten-free diet.
For those eating gluten free, the Mediterranean diet provides variety and great-tasting foods.
This review describes some less-frequently recognized conditions, highlights recent research and discusses benefits of the gluten-free diet.
Our resident dietitian answers a reader’s question about gluten-free candy causing upset stomach.
Our resident dietitian answers a reader’s question on ensuring that you receive safe gluten-free meals when staying in the hospital.
Our resident dietitian answers a reader’s question on setting up a safe gluten-free kitchen and the best strategies for keeping food separate.
For many with celiac and other gluten-related disorders, dairy can be a source of discomfort such as bloating, pain, nausea and diarrhea, even when eating gluten free. If you’re considering going dairy free, read this complete guide from our resident dietitian.
Our resident dietitian answers a reader’s question on lowering cholesterol levels without medication while adhering to the gluten-free diet.
Learn how to prepare your body for long-distance running while following the gluten-free diet.
Use these tips for putting together your family’s gluten-free emergency kit.
Getting the gluten-free diet right is easy when you know the ground rules. Follow these guidelines and you will be on your way to a happy, healthy gluten-free life.