Here are five tips from a nutritionist to help you have your healthiest gluten-free pregnancy, plus a quick return to your pre-baby body.
We have compiled a list of our seven favorite gluten-free and vegan cookbooks. The creative recipes in these cookbooks help open the door to a new way of looking at food, flavor and fun.
You’re not alone! Only 9 percent of people actually achieve their resolutions, but we have tools to guide you so you’re one of that 9 percent. Check out our resources to help you stick to your goals well beyond February.
Mix up dinner with a Spicy Lemongrass Tofu Vermicelli Bowl. It’s bursting with flavor and will excite your taste buds.
A diagnosis of a chronic illness such as celiac disease or gluten sensitivity stirs up many emotions that are likely to change and evolve over time. Giving yourself permission to experience whatever feelings you have, positive or negative, is important in learning to cope with the challenges that the gluten-free diet presents daily. Read Emotionally Coping With the Gluten-Free Diet to learn more.
You’ve come to the right place. When you have newly diagnosed celiac disease or gluten sensitivity and must adopt the gluten-free diet, the simplest and healthiest approach is to start with fresh, naturally gluten-free foods. Find our tips for those newly diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity here.
Here are our top 10 gluten-free breakfast foods that can provide a boost throughout the morning. All these products are convenient to grab and go and don’t take time to prepare.
There are plenty of great gluten-free, natural personal care products out there, and we’ve rounded up a list of 10 of our favorites. You’ll find our recommendation for gluten-free shampoo, shaving cream, deodorant, lip balm and more.
Added sugar, it seems, is everywhere, from your morning coffee creamer to your afternoon yogurt. Learn about the health effects of added sugars, how to find those “sneaky” sources on a food label and discover ways to reduce your intake without sacrificing taste.
Overseas travel vaccinations and prescription oral medications are mostly safe for those with celiac disease, but there are some exceptions. Read what our pharmacist had to say on this topic.