A no-cook breakfast can be filling and refreshing on a weekend or, because it’s so fast, any work or school day! In these Banana Cream Monkey Bowls, nuts and oil add substance, and the cinnamon plays perfectly off the sweet fruits.
Absolutely, with a little extra planning! Learn how to prepare your body for long-distance running while following the gluten-free diet here.
Some suggest that cyrotherapy, or cold therapy, can relieve many symptoms for those with chronic pain and autoimmune diseases like celiac disease. Since up to 50 million Americans suffer from autoimmune diseases, could this icy treatment be a solution? Learn more here.
A homemade recovery kit can go a long way toward helping someone get over being exposed to gluten. Take some time and put together a care package with things such as: bottled water, aspirin, probiotics, ginger, tea and other items to ease the symptoms of gluten exposure. Add some personal touches, perhaps a note to make him smile, to let him know you’re thinking of him this Father’s Day.
Yes! For edible luxury, it’s hard to top these no-bake cheesecakes. Try our Mini Cheesecakes in Chocolate Shells.
While crusts made with gluten-free flour are becoming more commonplace (even in the fast-food industry) there are a number of more creative ways to make a pizza that is not only free of gluten, but is mouthwateringly delicious too.
During a recent Gluten-Free Living Facebook Live event, the GFL team sampled new gluten-free products that would be excellent to have on hand this summer. Watch the video and read about the graham crackers, protein bars for kids, tea, granola, brownies and more that they tried by clicking here.
Going away to college is a big change and challenge for those with celiac disease. Advance planning and management are key. See here for reflections and tips from someone who just completed their freshman year.
Check out our article on Clean Eating Made Easy for some great tips on setting your diet on the path to good health and wellness.
Try this Low-Sugar Mojitos recipe, that is not only healthier than its classic counterpart, but also only takes 5 minutes to prep!