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    Dyani Barber
    Finally a reliable, simple, affordable and very rapid test for the detection of celiac disease—and it can be done within the comfort of your own home!
    The new Biocard Celiac Test from 2GPharma Inc. can be used as an aid in the diagnosis of celiac disease, although confirmation can only be done by a medical doctor.
    The Biocard Celiac Test is a home test for the detection of celiac disease-associated IgA antibodies to transglutaminase from a fingertip blood sample that can be obtained hygienically via a small, sterile lancet that is contained within the Biocard Celiac Test kit.
    Test results can be read within 10 minutes. The sampling is practically painless and all materials required for the test are included along with fool proof step by step instructions on how to perform the test (although it is important to read the instructions fully before you use the kit). The results are easy to read and have a 93% accuracy. 
    I decided to use the Biocard Celiac Test on my husband and the entire procedure took less than 2 minutes and the results were received within 10 minutes.  Luckily, he did not carry the antibodies for celiac disease at this time.
    Visit their site for more information: http://celiachometest.com/en/test/biocard-celiac-test/
     
     

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    Dyani Barber
    Now is the perfect time of year to find a tasty, easy-to-make gluten-free pie crust!  I recently tried Inspiration Mixes gluten-free pie crust mix and I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised. 
    This pie crust mix is priced right and each box makes four pie crusts.  The crust only took a few minutes to make, and after a short time in the fridge it was ready to be rolled out.  I just dusted some gluten-free flour on parchment paper and simply rolled out the ball of gluten-free dough and was surprised to see how easily it transferred it into the pie pan.  It held together beautifully and wasn't dry, crumbly or gritty like some of the other brands that I have tried.  The gluten free pie crust held in place and withstood the moist filling of my pumpkin pie. 
    I was a little nervous about serving it because I have not had the best of luck with gluten free pie crusts in the past, but as soon as I cut into the first slice I knew this pie crust was going to be different.  The crust was flaky, and as you may know the first slice can be the most difficult to remove from the pan, but I have to say that it came out beautifully!  My entire family (even the non celiacs) enjoyed the pumpkin pie.  I was a little disappointed that we didn't have any leftovers, but that's better than making a pie that no one wants to eat. 
    I still have enough pie crust mix to make a few more, but this time I am getting requests to make a gluten free apple pie!
    Visit their Website for more info: www.inspirationmixes.com.
     
     
     
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    Celiac.com Sponsor: Review
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    Each package contains 6 two ounce servings and are vacuum packed for optimum freshness—­no refrigeration required. If you haven't had any gluten-free rum cake lately, we definitely recommend you give these a try.
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    Celiac.com Sponsor: Review
    My daughter Mica (who is not gluten-free) and I recently tried an OMG...It's Gluten Free Cinnamon Crumb Muffin, and her reaction summed up the experience perfectly: "Dad, are you sure this is gluten-free...because it tastes too good? I want more!"
    To be sure, OMG...It's Gluten Free has created a perfect crossover product. It's probably the best gluten-free muffin that I've had since going gluten-free, way back in the mid 1990's.
    Both Mica and I gave this product a huge thumbs up, and she ended up eating the last one I had...before I could. 
    For more info about their products visit: www.omgitsglutenfree.com.

     
     
     
     
    Review written by Scott Adams.

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