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Concord Grape Season!

The sweet taste of this grape is loved in my house and no it’s not in a glass of wine it’s in the small purple sweet Concord grapes. When the weather starts to turn it’s not only football time of year but what I like to refer to as Concord grape season. These grapes have […]

The Truth Behind Seltzer

Many people ask me if seltzer is just as hydrating as water? With the seltzer industry boasting a whopping 1.5 billion dollars, it’s no wonder that everyone wants to know the truth behind this sparkling beverage. Sparkling water sales have increased over the years, but many myths have arisen over the potential “harmful effects” seltzer […]

Low fodmap pumpkin pancakes

Check out our low fodmap cooking video! My son joined me and it’s such a simple recipe he put it together!! This is a great way to get your kids in the kitchen! We didn’t put brown sugar in but you can (if your not counting calories) 😉 #lowfodmap #kidsinthekitchen #glutenfree #healthyliving check out this […]

Tips for a Successful Weight Loss this Summer

Summer is here, which means warmer weather, barbeques, beaches and frozen daiquiris are now within our reach. With these joys of summer can also come some unwanted calories, dont let the summer fun spoil your weight loss goals. Here are some ways to avoid packing on the pounds this summer. Stay Hydrated with the right […]

How to Survive Traveling while being Gluten Free

Traveling and being gluten free can be a hassle. As the summer weather approaches and schools let out we start to travel more. For someone who is gluten free this could be a chance for cross contamination to strike. Here are some tips to prevent this from happening to you. Pack a dry bag filled […]

Low FODMAP Swap Outs

FODMAP stands for fermentable, oligosaccharides, disaccharides, monosaccharides, and polyols. These are carbohydrates that are found in common food items and contribute to gassiness, bloating, abdominal pain and diarrhea. The severity of these symptoms are dependent on each individual’s tolerance. The low FODMAP diet is a common diet that looks at food items that are high […]

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