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Study finds Predictors of Celiac Disease in Children: highest risk in Sweden

August 20, 2014

By Beth Hillson We may not have a cure for celiac disease, but we are learning more about the disease every day.  This new study focuses on factors that help predict a child’s susceptibility for getting celiac disease.  It finds that “more than one quarter of children with two copies of a specific group of genes develop an early sign   …Read More

Getting Schooled on GF Lunch

August 17, 2014

By Beth Hillson Summer will be over in the blink of an eye.  Say good bye to leisurely mornings and trips to the beach.  Say hello to the morning scramble and, with it, the back-to-school food frenzy - assembling wholesome healthy, lunches and breakfasts, to say the least. Add a gluten free diet to that mix and it can be a   …Read More

Breakfast Roll-ups

August 15, 2014

By Beth Hillson  Makes 8, 6 or 8-inch pancake roll-ups Here’s a hearty breakfast recipe to get your fall mornings started.  It’s easy enough for a weekday meal, especially if you make the pancakes ahead.  They can be stored in the fridge and reheated in the pan before assembling the roll-ups. The pancakes are a little thicker than regular crepes   …Read More

School Days and the GF Diet

August 12, 2014

By Beth Hillson The days of August, like the bloated late crop of zukes and cukes, are a little bitter-sweet. Those of us with school age children face the promise of another school year and the ongoing challenges of making sure our gluten free kids stay happy and healthy. And there’s good reason to worry.  From gluten creeping into his   …Read More