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Recommends: Veggies Made Great

Did you know that only about 1 in 10 Americans eat the recommended daily amount of vegetables? Wow! <Runs to grab a carrot> Why is it so difficult for us? One reason is convenience. We have to wash and prep veggies before eating them, you typically wouldn’t carry a bag of lettuce in your purse […]

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Recommends: MyBread

For many people, when you first go gluten-free there are 3 things you think you’ll never get to eat again: bread, pasta, baked goods. It may be difficult to wrap your head around at first, but not only is it possible to have all those things gluten-free, but nowadays they are virtually indistinguishable from their […]

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Recommends: Bohana

If you like popcorn, you’ll probably like Bohana. Or if you can’t eat corn but you used to enjoy popcorn, you’ll probably like Bohana. Or if you like snacking but don’t like consuming excess calories and fat, you’ll probably like Bohana! Ok, now for the big reveal … what is Bohana? It’s popped water lily […]

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Recommends: Rock Maple Mountain

When you think of Vermont, you probably think of two things – cheese and maple syrup. This post is about the latter. Maple syrup is one of those things that just makes other foods better – pancakes, bacon, oatmeal, ham – all of these go great with maple syrup. You know what doesn’t go great […]

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Recommends: Les Trois Petits Cochons

Charcuterie and cheese boards are one of my favorite ways to entertain. Setting out bottles of wine, a pitcher of a signature cocktail, some gluten-free beer, and several tables with different appetizers, charcuterie, cheese, and small desserts – it’s a great way to throw a party with little fuss and not a lot of cooking. […]

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Recommends: Gluten Free Soul Pilot

Gluten Free Soul Pilot by Jet Widick and Kristen Alden is a great book for those looking to take control of their health and simplify their path to wellness. In one word, it’s inspirational. Gluten Free Soul Pilot’s goal is to use well-researched principles and proven practices to guide readers through a personal “flight route” […]

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Recommends: The Maine Pie Co.

It’s only September but the holiday season is already knocking on our doors. We’re currently wrapping up the November/December issue of the magazine, so holiday food is a plenty around these parts and pumpkin spice everything is beginning to line the grocery store shelves. In order to simplify my life, I’m planning for the holidays […]

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Recommends: Smart Baking Company

Sugar. It’s such a sneaky little thing that amounts to quite a big thing in the diets of most Americans. As a whole, Americans consume way more sugar than we should. Men should have no more than 9 teaspoons a day and women should have no more than 6 teaspoons, yet the average American consumes […]

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Recommends: LivOn Labs

If you have celiac disease, chances are you’ve battled with nutrient deficiencies at some point in time. Nutrient deficiencies happen in celiacs because the villi in the small intestine have been damaged and cannot absorb nutrients as well as healthy villi. If you’re healing your gut after being newly diagnosed or if you simply have […]

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Recommends: Summerhill Dairy

If you or someone you know has allergies or sensitivities to cow’s milk, or perhaps if your child has difficulty digesting cow’s milk, then you should give goat’s milk a try. Goat’s milk contains lower levels of casein protein than cow’s milk, plus it’s a different type of casein. Goat’s milk has A-2 beta casein, […]