When you’re shopping around for a gluten-free caterer for your party or wedding, it’s okay to ask lots of questions. Whether you’ll be having separate gluten-free dishes or an exclusively gluten-free spread, here are some essential questions to ask a potential caterer to make sure they check all the boxes before you hire them.
Expecting women with celiac have to perform double duty in adhering to both the gluten-free diet and dietary guidelines for food safety during pregnancy.
Here are five tips to help you have your healthiest gluten-free pregnancy, and a quick return to your pre-baby body.
Whether you just learned that you need to give up gluten or have decided on your own to start following a gluten-free diet, knowledge is power when it comes to making the transition. Educating yourself on what to look for in ingredients lists—as well as what to avoid—can help ease the seemingly overwhelming burden of completely transforming your diet.
You’re making a different kind of list and checking it twice — your list of New Year’s resolutions for 2019. Only 9 percent of people actually achieve their resolutions, so use some of the tools available to you from Gluten-Free Living to stick to your goals well beyond February.
Whether you are new to a gluten-free diet or have been following this way of eating for a while, the new year is a great time to reflect on a few common pitfalls and determine how to turn them into next year’s success stories.
Most of us don’t have the time cook meals from scratch every day. And when you’re gluten-free, eating out can be difficult, so finding a realistic way to eat in is a must. Learn how to put a twist on meal prep to make your meals satisfy all week.
Gluten-Free Living spoke with Schauster about her new book, Nourish: How to Heal Your Relationship with Food, Body, and Self. She answered questions on maintaining a healthy mindset with the gluten-free lifestyle, cultivating self-compassion, eating and exercising mindfully, predictions for 2019 and more.
At the same time, while maintaining a gluten-free diet is necessary for one’s wellbeing with celiac, it’s only one piece of a much larger health puzzle. Gluten free or not, everyone needs to focus on taking care of themselves. The new year just happens to present a natural time to think about everything from the connection between food and disease to making healthy lifestyle choices such as not smoking and exercising regularly.
Many find the goals they set for the New Year quickly dwindle as the year gets busy and we get back into our same bad habits and routines. To help with that, I’ve put together 7 hacks that you can implement with your family that will help guide you through the holidays and beyond.