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.
The Paleo diet is relatively easy to adopt if you’re already eating gluten free or dairy free. The crux of the diet is restricting oneself to items that were only available in primitive times.
Plantworthy Food was created to provide video recipes to others that are maintaining a diet which is both gluten-free and…
If dairy-free cheese is the way you choose to cheese, here are four recipes that incorporate dairy-free cheese, taken from One-Hour Dairy-Free Cheese. The cookbook uses nuts, seeds and vegetables to keep the rich flavor and luscious texture of traditional dairy-based cheese, while staying free from the top eight allergens.
Added sugar, it seems, is everywhere, and as the name implies, it is added to products during processing. They can lead to weight gain and raise blood triglyceride levels, which contribute to heart disease. Learn how to find those “sneaky” sources on a food label and discover ways to reduce your intake without sacrificing taste.
As we get ready to observe American Heart Month in February, it’s a great time to consider ways to make your gluten-free diet a bit more heart smart.
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?
Even if you’re an avowed carnivore, going meatless a day or two a week can actually add some variety to your meals. The creative recipes in these gluten-free, vegan cookbooks help open the door to a new way of looking at food, flavor and fun.
You’ve likely heard of the “Mediterranean diet” at some point and that it’s a healthy way of eating. But is it really something you should consider following? And is the Mediterranean diet okay if you’re gluten free? The answer to both of these questions is “yes.”
Why you should do a Whole 30 diet? By removing the food groups that often cause inflammation in the body you’ll most likely experience renewed energy, healthy skin, reduced bloating and joint pain, improved digestion, quality sleep and mental clarity.