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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 […]

Gluten Free Taquitos

Tonight was a taquito kind of night! Who better to make them with than my oldest son. We had a blast and this recipe is so easy it’s kid friendly! I hope you enjoy making this with your little ones as much as I did! 1 pound ground turkey 2 tbsp taco seasoning ½ cup […]

IBS Awareness

April is IBS awareness month and we here at digestive disease center know a thing or two about IBS. We practice the fodmap diet so much that we teamed up to be a partner of health with Epicured! IBS hits close to home for a lot of people and some find this disease embarrassing to […]

Gluten Free Bon Bons

When you are craving a sweet treat and you are gluten free it’s sometimes hard to indulge that craving and have it taste good. My husband found two great Gluten Free options at BJ’s yesterday and I thought I would share. They are from Lilly’s baking company and they are gluten free and Kosher. If […]

How to Use Herbs

As a someone who is gluten free I am always looking to herbs to spice up my dishes. I rarely rely on the store bought versions of items afraid contamination and the high sodium count also scares me. Instead I try to use fresh and dry herbs when possible. I usually try and make my […]

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