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Diets

5 Gluten-Free “Grains” to Try Now

An estimated 18 million people have gluten sensitivity, in addition to the 1.8 million with celiac disease. And an estimated 11 percent of households now...

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Digestive Health

Ask a Naturopath: Why do so many people react to gluten?

With gluten dominating headlines lately, and “gluten-free” labels throughout the grocery store, many people are wondering how prevalent gluten...

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Diets

A Naturopathic Perspective on Gluten

If you’ve noticed a steady increase in the number of people swearing off gluten, a protein found in wheat, rye, barley, and tritcale (a wheat-rye...

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Diets

9 Tips to Survive an Elimination Diet

The elimination diet is considered the gold standard for figuring out the causes of your gastrointestinal distress, but it’s often easier said than...

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Diets

10 Apps to Keep You Gluten-Free

If you’re avoiding gluten, you already know to put down the breadbasket, avoid the cereal aisle, and just say no to most beers. But some decisions are...

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Diets

Is Gluten Intolerance Fake?

If talk show host Jimmy Kimmel’s recent informal poll proved anything, it’s that without even knowing what gluten is, some people will do...

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Eat Well

Gluten-Free Berry Nutty Q’ia Cereal

Chia seeds have gotten a lot of attention for their impressive combination of omega-3s, protein, and fiber, but have you heard of q’ia (pronounced...

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Eat Well

Gluten-Free Nutty Rice Porridge

Having some basic staples ready for the week makes cooking breakfast a snap. Keep some pre-made brown basmati rice on hand, and you can whip up this warm,...

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