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Celiac Disease Symptoms Often Overlooked

July 30, 2014

By Beth Hillson In a study presented at the 2014 Digestive Disease Week conference in Chicago, researchers reported that less than half of people with chronic gastrointestinal symptoms who should be screened for celiac disease actually are evaluated for the disease.  The study was headed by Dr. Heba Iskander and examined electronic medical records of all patients visiting Washington University   …Read More

Gluten Got You in a Fog?

July 26, 2014

By Beth Hillson Ever had one of those senior moments?  When you are 30 years old or even 50 and you can’t recall certain words or what you were doing a minute ago, you immediately worry.  Is this permanent? Is it dementia? Is it Alzheimer’s disease? It’s pretty scary and it’s happened to most of us.  But for those of   …Read More

Camp Glutino

July 23, 2014

By Beth Hillson   I was long overdue for a visit to Gladys and Gertrude.  Gertrude had sent me a text to say Gladys had the flu.  I was a bit concerned.  The girls never get sick.  I told her I hoped it wasn’t the swine flu.  Gertrude assured me it was probably just the plain old bird flu.  I brought   …Read More

Refreshing Watermelon Salsa

July 21, 2014

Serves 8 By Beth Hillson This light, refreshing salsa is packed with flavor and perfect for summer entertaining.  Serve with sturdy Glutino Tortilla Dippers.  This way, you are guaranteed to get a big mouthful of deliciousness in each bite.  The salsa is great with grilled lamb, fish, and chicken, too, so you might want to make a double recipe. 3   …Read More