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I first learned of celiac disease while studying for my masters in nutrition and immunology at Texas A&M University. Prior to this, I had been sick for over six years with unexplained health problems. After discussing my options with a local physician, I decided to try the gluten free diet. Within days the symptoms had resolved! Ten years and two healthy children later, I am still gluten free. In an effort to help bring celiac disease into the mainstream, I have recently published a Christian romance novel, Trusting for Tomorrow, that highlights the struggles of diagnosing and living with celiac disease. Follow my blog at www.jenniferinjupiter.wordpress.com.
Gluten-Free Pumkin BreadDuring the holidays I find myself missing certain holiday foods terribly. The one that really gets me is pumpkin pie. No matter what anyone says, it’s just not possible to make a gluten-dairy-sugar-free pumpkin pie and call it a pie...
Many people with celiac disease also suffer with terrible migraines. In many instances, these can be reduced by a gluten free diet. However, even with the gluten free diet, many women find they suffer with migraine related to their monthly cycle. This article outlines a few preventative tips that can sometimes reduce or remove menstrual migraine.
After reading an article in The Economist explaining a the mechanism linking eczma and asthma, I wondered whether this same rationale could apply to psoriasis and gluten sensitivity.
A proactive guide to improving overall gut health. I would hate to add up all the hundreds of dollars I have wasted trying to get healthy. Now, however, I get healthy by focusing on one thing: making my intestines healthy. If my intestines are healthy, I can absorb food. If I can absorb food, my body will be receiving the nutrition it needs to function, and thus I will be healthy.
- By Jennifer Arrington
- Published 06/23/2010
Polaner All-Fruit Jam with Fiber: Is it really Gluten and Sugar Free? How many of us find a trusted brand and happily spend the extra money to get that brand of that product so we don’...