Posts Posts by: "Renee"

Spinach Soup


Spinach soup is a great diversion from spinach salad.  Same great nutritional density, with a different texture…(Read More)

Okay, let’s cut to the chase…  Following a Gluten-Free Diet can be a big pain in the butt!  To avoid ingesting gluten, you have to: read food labels carefully, ask the waiter lots of questions, politely say “No thank you” when offered a doughnut or piece of birthday cake…(Read More)

GF DF EggFree Muffins


  Looking for an allergy friendly muffin?  Try this gluten free, dairy free, egg free version on my famous banana muffins…(Read More)

Sometimes you just know you’re not quite completely healthy If you are not feeling completely healthy, instead of focusing on a symptom (what you view as the problem), stop and consider searching for the root cause of your health decline. I believe God gave us amazing, glorious bodies. Each year, scientists are adding to…(Read More)

Gluten Free Basics


The basics of a gluten free diet are simple. Gluten Free Foods are those foods that do not contain Gluten!  Sounds simple even obvious, but what does that include?   Naturally Gluten Free Foods If you think about it there are lots and lots of great things to eat, that do not contain gluten…(Read More)

Four Reactions From Food


Research indicates food can cause a reaction in 4 different ways and it’s not gas, bad breath or a hot tongue.  Check this out! Non-immune response. Lactose intolerance is the most common example of this.  People with lactose intolerance do not produce the enzyme lactase which is required to digest lactose…(Read More)

In American today many people are having difficulty eating food containing gluten, which is a protein found in the grains Barely, Rye and Wheat.  Some of those have Celiac Disease and others have what is termed Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity (NCGS) or Gluten Intolerance.  The “Gluten Free Diet” is helping…(Read More)

Celiac Disease was once called Celiac Sprue. It is sometimes medically known as Gluten-sensitive Enteropathy (a disease of the small intestine).  Being directly linked to two specific genes, HLA-DQ2 or HLA-DQ8, Celiac affects 1-3% of the population making it the most common genetically induced food intolerance.  Although it is…(Read More)