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Gluten Free Better Than Waldorf Chicken Salad

A classic Waldorf Salad is made with apples, celery, walnuts, and mayonnaise and is served on a bed of lettuce. It is somehow simple and elegant at the same time.

This recipe originated somewhere around 1893. The original recipe apparently did not call for

Gluten-Free Meal Planning

Getting Started – The Right Mind Set

New to a gluten free diet? Trust me, I know how you may be feeling at this moment; confused, overwhelmed, and reeling from the enormity of lifestyle change you are about to undertake. After over 15 years of being gluten free, the lifestyle is second nature to me now. But I do recall vividly how […]

AndreAnna after weightloss

Triumphant Transformation

I grew up the fat kid. I don’t mean that to sound self-deprecating. It’s just who I was. My father is German – born and raised in Pforzheim – and along with the genetic blond hair and green eyes came the strong legs, 5’ 7” largeframe, and broad shoulders. I was not mistaken for the […]

Cheater, Cheater, Gluten Eater

I was diagnosed with celiac disease in April of 2005. I tried as hard as I could to be gluten-free, but always foundan excuse to cheat. I would go off, I would go back on. I have atypical symptoms (meaning none of the obvious gastrointestinal ones), so I figured since gluten didn’t really make me […]

Gluten Free D-tox Recipes Book

Helping with Gluten Free D-Tox Recipes

Healthy recipes and tips to help you incorporate more fruits and veggies into your life and helping others

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Kay’s Naturals

I am going to let you in on a secret, I am a (gluten free) snacker. Yep, I love to snack. Sure meals are great and there is nothing I enjoy more than sitting down with my family for a lovely dinner but seriously, who can survive on just a measly 3 meals a day? […]