Gluten free lunch ideas #GlutenZero

Gluten free lunch Always make sure that your gluten free lunch is a healthy, delicious and is easy to eat  [especially for the kids]- try and follow the dietary guidelines and include fruits, vegetables, protein, grains as well as dairy. There are many naturally gluten-free foods found in every food group. Choose naturally gluten-free grain… Read More »

Dining out Gluten Free #Glutenzero

One of the things that can be an issue when you are on a gluten free diet is dining out.  There are now some dedicated gluten free restaurants that are incredible, with wonderful menu items but these are not found in every city. Most restaurants are starting to grasp the Gluten free concept.  However, there… Read More »

Nutritional Needs on the gluten free diet #GlutenZero

The nutritional Needs on the gluten free diet should be looked at carefully With Celiac Disease, the only treatment is to switch to a completely gluten free diet.  Although people may feel better within days, it takes a long time for the small intestine to heal properly and absorb all the nutrition it needs right… Read More »

Cross Contamination #GlutenZero

Cross Contamination Preparing your kitchen Cross contamination is a risk at any time, although it is higher when you are first starting on a gluten free diet and learning.  Most people, when cooking don’t think that it is a problem cutting a slice of bread, then using that same knife or cutting board to slice… Read More »

What to eat on a Gluten Free diet? #GlutenZero

Contrary to popular belief, being on a gluten free diet is not that difficult; it does not have to be the end of your gastronomy. It does have its challenges, but what diet doesn’t?  You can still enjoy wonderful, incredibly delicious and nutritious foods that won’t make you sick…after you have enjoyed how good they… Read More »

Gluten Free Travel #GutenZero

Gluten Free Travel You might encounter a bit of a problem when when you first start on your Gluten Free journey while you are travelling, but as with anything else, taking the proper precautions and following them  will make it easier over time. As with dining out, it is important on your travels to find… Read More »

Getting Red Carpet ready with #ChexRedCarpet #GlutenFree

This winter season has been jam packed full of different events happening on the tv screen…not that I am  complaining. It has been great getting to watch all the Olympic events that have been on and next up is Oscar night, coming up on March the 2nd! I am looking forward to the Oscars, there… Read More »

What is Celiac disease? #GlutenZero

What is Celiac disease? Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder of the small intestine that occurs in people who are genetically predisposed, as there is a tendency for it to occur in several members of the same family; it can occur at any age, from late infancy on. A myriad of symptoms can include pain… Read More »

Chocolate and espresso beans together – oh my! #Glutenfree

Chocolate and espresso, two of my favorite things! What could be better than having the two together? My husband is a real chocoholic. Although he will never admit, he is as much of a chocolate lover as I am. One of his favorite things are chocolate covered espresso beans. I thought I would surprise him… Read More »

The power of play and supporting our athletes- Jumpstart #JSAmbassadors

I’m not going to lie, I have been excited about the Olympics for quite some time and am very happy that they are finally here. Over the next several days I will be catching up a few times daily on what is happening during the Olympic games. Our athletes have worked hard to get to… Read More »