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Journal of Gluten Sensitivity Winter 2017 Issue
Journal of Gluten Sensitivity Winter Issue - Volume 16, Number 1
A diagnosis of pellagra will likely have many other disease presentations, not limited to acne, rosacea (dermatitis) skin rashes, depression, anxiety, dementia, etc., as well. Seventy-five or more years ago the symptoms of Pellagra were commonly diagnosed as separate diseases that were known to be of a common cause.
Did you know that Advertising has "Cottoned onto us?" In December all the magazines are about baking, foods, cakes and bakes, candies and calories. If you are not aware of what "Cottoned up" actually means, it means that even if we have celiac disease, gluten sensitivity or dermatitis herpetiformis, they know that in December, prior to Christmas, we are geared up to baking tasty, sweet, gluten-free treats.
Ever since I was a young girl I have always had a bad stomach. Last year, when I was 16, I decided to move to London. Circumstances became difficult, and I ended up becoming physically and mentally ill, which included anorexia nervosa and then onset depression and trauma, as well as almost crippling anxiety.
Now that the holiday season has officially arrived I'm thinking about spending time with family and eating lots of delicious food. The star of this particular souffle recipe is butternut squash and is definitely a crowd-pleaser, plus it's gluten-free and grain-free and so delicious. Try it out and let me know what you think!
About 8% of people with celiac disease have a sensitivity to oats. Could that be an issue for some celiacs eating Cheerios and other General Mills products?