I’ve been pretty obsessed with my daily @vitalproteins matcha latte lately. So much so that I decided to scoop some into my buckwheat blueberry muffin batter, which gave it an extra kick, as well as upped the protein.Read More
Jamie was recently tagged in the comments section of a Facebook post highlighting the Mammoth hot springs Article I wrote. In a comment, she brought up that the increase in popularity (likely due to social media #instagramtourism and otherwise) has translated to an increase of trash, broken glass, fights and other disrespectful actions in and around the hot springs, leaving the locals to clean up after them. Not cool. I asked her to write an article on hot tub etiquette so that we are all aware of the best methods to sustain these beautiful pieces of nature for future generations to come. And here we are :)Read More
Traveling with food restrictions can seem daunting. It’s anxiety provoking to think you may not have hotel or dining options where you are going, let alone the possibility of a reaction. Although these are risks are real, they can be mitigated with proper preparation using the right tools and resources. Article was written Big Blend’s Radio and TV Magazine. Be sure to also check out our podcast episode on the same subject.Read More
Gluten-free travel can be adventurous, stress-free, and enjoyable with proper preparation. Article was written for Mediaplanet for their Digestive Health and Wellness campaign, available online and in USA Today! Learn about exciting developments in microbiome research, dietary and lifestyle advice for managing digestive diseases and disorders, the importance of patient-provider relationships, and how thought leaders are fighting stigma and raising awareness for digestive health.
As someone who cooks most of their meals at home, I depend on my freezer just as much as I do my fridge. And although I prefer to cook as often as possible with fresh ingredients, it is not always feasible. For example, when certain fruits and vegetables aren't in season and items such as gluten-free bread, tortillas, seafood, and meats can go bad without being frozen. There are days I genuinely don't have time to prepare an entire meal and when realities get in the way, I need a quick and healthy alternative. This is where frozen food comes to my rescue. Frozen food isn’t at the heart of my diet, however, it sure is helpful in my day-to-day life.Read More
We’ve only just begun to scratch the surface when it comes to celiac disease and other forms of gluten sensitivity. In fact, it wasn’t until the 1940s when Dutch pediatrician Dr. William Dicke discovered the link between gluten and diseases.
For those with an intolerance to gluten, a gluten-free diet is prescribed, alleviating most of the common ailments associated with it.Read More
Have you been contemplating a Road Trip but are afraid to because you live a Gluten Free lifestyle? Adventure is out there, take a leap of faith and bring your gluten free food with you!Read More
Hi BuenQamino readers! I am Kathleen from Gluten Free by Kathleen (Instagram: @glutenfree_by_kathleen; Blog: www.glutenfreebykathleen.wixsite.com/website). I’ve been gluten-free for 9 years and I’m very passionate about sharing tips for living a gluten-free lifestyle. Honestly, I wasn’t much of an adventurous cook before going gluten free but that changed after I was diagnosed. I turned to cooking at home more so that I knew exactly what I was putting in my body. Now I’m hooked and love talking about food. I am excited to do a guest blog for you all!Read More
I finally got to write down my recipe for corn/nut-free vegan and gluten-free buttery popcorn for Celiac.com...
Whether or not you have food intolerances, this is delicious and very easy to make.Read More
I came up with a gluten-free traveling checklist for NuGo Nutrition (creators of some of my favorite bars)...Read More
Traveling with food allergies is something that can be anxiety provoking. However, with the right tools and resources, it is not only doable, but extremely enjoyable. Here's how...Read More