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GFF Videos:

Gluten in Beauty, The Doctor's Opinion VIDEO: Dr. Vikki Petersen Addresses Gluten In Beauty Products

Some know me as the gluten-free beauty expert behind Naturally Dah'ling. For me switching to gluten-free hair, skin and cosmetic products was a natural choice post diagnosis, but there is still a severe lack of information available regarding the safety of gluten in beauty products for those of us who are gluten sensitive. (read more) Posted 3/31/10 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Van's Gluten-Free Waffles

Is It Really Gluten-Free? Van's Gluten Free Buckwheat Waffles

The other morning I was surprised to find blueberries lurking in my waffle sandwich. What where blueberries doing in my buckwheat waffles? I was concerned about the discovery of these uninvited blueberries, because I wondered: if blueberries can make it into buckwheat waffles, can gluten make it into gluten free? (read more) Posted 7/14/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten Free Dog Food Investigation

GFF Video: Is It Really Gluten-Free? Dog Food Investigation Part III

After working with a new vet and keeping a food journal for Waylon, we discovered that Waylon is also beef-sensitive. So our food options quickly ran out. We had become reliant upon batches of brown rice, chicken and cottage cheese. Until we decided to give Primal Pet Foods Raw Dog Food (Duck Based) a try. (read more) Posted 5/19/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten Free Dog Food Investigation

GFF Video: Is It Really Gluten-Free? Dog Food Investigation Part II

This week I received samples of Flint River Ranch's Lamb, Millet and Rice Adult Dog Food. This food was actually referred to me by the distributor as well as by a friend. And while the ingredient list will leave you confident about the food's quality, the ELISA EZ Gluten Test revlealed that this food is not infact gluten-free. (read more) Posted 5/05/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten Free Dog Food Investigation

GFF Video: Is It Really Gluten-Free? A Dog Food Investigation

After I researched and found our dog Waylon a top rated gluten-free dog food, his stool, itchy skin and weight improved, but none completely. Always the suspicious gluten-free gal, I tested his "gluten free" foods using ELISA Tek's EZ Gluten Test Kits and recorded it in a video to share. I was shocked by the results . . . (read more) Posted 4/28/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

 

Celiac Disease and Gluten Intolerance:

Atypical Gluten Symptoms Atypical Symptoms of Gluten Sensitivity

Too often people people who are suffering from symptoms caused by gluten intolerance or celiac disease are misdiagnosed. Doctors and specialists know how to treat the symptom, but not the cause. A medical band-aide if you will. But I receive e-mails every day from people who, even after a hand full of misdiagnoses, believe their symptoms may somehow be relative to gluten sensitivity . . . (read more) Posted 2/17/10 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

The Gluten and Casein Connection

Gluten and Casein: Is There a Connection?

In our experience, we often see gluten sensitive patients who don’t tolerate dairy products. A study soon to be released estimates that while 34-38% of the general population shows elevated antibodies to casein (meaning that their immune system is reacting to it), 70% of gluten sensitivity patients show an elevation. (read more) Posted 7/07/09 by Dr. Vikki Petersen, founder of HealthNOW Medical Center, author of The Gluten Effect

Gluten and Infertility

Gluten and Infertility: Can Gluten-Free Cure or Prevent Infertility?

A study of women with celiac disease demonstrated that those who were on gluten-containing diets had shorter fertile periods, greater spontaneous abortions and greater overall infertility compared to those on gluten-free diets. [Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology] So what is the mechanism behind this? (read more) Posted 4/21/09 by Dr. Vikki Petersen, founder of HealthNOW Medical Center, author of The Gluten Effect

Gluten and Osteoporosis

Are You Suffering from Osteoporosis?  Are you at risk?

If you are a woman you have a 50:50 chance of developing osteoporosis.  Men are less at risk with only 25% of them developing the disease. A debilitating disease that robs its victims of the active lifestyle they used to enjoy, osteoporosis is the 11th leading cause of death, and something we need to learn more about. (read more) Posted 4/14/09 by Dr. Vikki Petersen, founder of HealthNOW Medical Center, author of The Gluten Effect

Gluten Gluten Free Diet

The Gluten Intolerant are at Risk for Vitamin D Deficiency

Patients with celiac disease and gluten intolerance tend to malabsorb vitamin D. This fat soluble vitamin is absorbed predominantly through the first place to sustain damage in most gluten sensitive patients, the villi tips. Long before gluten-related symptoms appear, vitamin D may be having difficulty being absorbed.  (read more) Posted 3/31/09 by Dr. Vikki Petersen, founder of HealthNOW Medical Center, author of The Gluten Effect

Gluten and Skin Condition

Can Enzymes Help Manage Symptoms of an Accidental Gluten Slip?

Ask others who have are gluten sensitive what to do when you inevitably, accidentally ingest gluten, and the answers you come up with will be varied at best.  For an as yet incurable condition—gluten intolerance —is there anything that is reasonable, legal and actually helpful that you can do if you accidentally get glutened?  (read more) Posted 3/31/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten Sensitivity vs. Celiac Disease

Gluten Sensitivity vs. Celiac Disease: What's the Difference?

In my professional opinion, nothing.  The problem we have encountered is that celiac is the only manifestation of gluten sensitivity that medicine has been able to diagnose.  And not very well considering it takes the average celiac patient 11 years before they’re given the proper diagnosis. So what is the problem?  (read more) Posted 3/10/09 by Dr. Vikki Petersen, founder of HealthNOW Medical Center, Author of The Gluten Effect

Gluten-Free for the Family

Gluten-Free: A Family Affair

While planning and preparing a gluten-free meal may require extra time and consideration, doing so while simultaneously preparing a gluten-containing meal is near impossible. As awareness of gluten sensitivities is on the rise, so too are the number of entirely gluten-free households. Whether it is a parent or child who is afflicted by gluten sensitivity, the whole family, often hops on board. (read more) Posted 1/06/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Genetic Testing for Celiac

Celiac Disease vs. Gluten Intolerance

Awareness of celiac disease is growing, but one popular mistake is believing that this somewhat rare disease is the only serious condition associated with gluten sensitivity. While celiac disease affects an estimated 1% of the American population, gluten sensitivity is estimated to affect 30%. (Source: The Gluten Connection) (read more) Posted 1/06/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

 

Gluten-Free Diet:

Gluten-Free Beans Canned vs. Dried Beans, Are They Gluten-Free?

There are so many reasons to include beans in your diet, and these days the price is a winning one. Having a large pot of cooked black beans around can be easily added to rice for lunch, any meal for dinner, or even used to make black bean burgers, but with fear of contamination, are all forms of beans gluten-free? . . . (read more) Posted 3/24/10 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten and Dairy Free Candy Are You Ready for a Candy-Filled Gluten and Dairy Free Halloween?

As the weather cools and pumpkins abound, it's time to prepare for happy and healthy gluten-free Holidays. Halloween is just around the corner. But are you ready for a healthier, gluten and dairy free trick or treat? Here are several all-natural and organic gluten and dairy free candy options for you and your kids . . . (read more) Posted 9/29/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Hidden Sources of Gluten Is Casein (Milk Protein) Hiding in Your Wine?

Last month Dr. Vikki, wrote about the correlations between gluten and casein (milk protein) intolerances. And since many of our gluten-free readers are also casein free--like me--I thought I'd share some information about one of casein's sneakiest sources: wine. Here's how casein makes it to your wine glass . . . (read more) Posted 8/04/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Hidden Sources of GlutenHidden Sources of Gluten from the Experts--Gluten Free People

Even after careful research and label inspections of the foods I eat, I am still occasionally shocked by some of the unexpected sources of gluten and casein. So I posed the question to gluten-free people like you and me via Twitter, and I was utterly amazed by some of these very unsuspecting sources of gluten. (read more) Posted 7/28/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten Free Dog Food Investigation

Gluten and Obesity: Are Your Cells Starved?

Contrary to classic medical opinion, gluten intolerance is not associated with weight loss the majority of the time.  In fact, it is simply the opposite.  Gluten-sensitive patients are overweight approximately forty percent of the time due to various direct and indirect factors. This perception needs to change . . .” (read more) Posted 5/12/09 by Dr. Vikki Petersen, founder of HealthNOW Medical Center, author of The Gluten Effect

Gluten Free Dog Food Investigation

One Last West Coast Event: Draeger's Gluten-Free Kick-Off

As some of you may know, in just a few short weeks we will be moving cross country. But before we say farewell to California, I've planned to host a table this Sunday at the Draeger's Blackhawk Gluten-Free Club Kick-Off, a grand day of gluten-free samples, baking demonstrations and gluten-free expert appearances. (read more) Posted 5/12/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Hosting a Gluten-Free Guest

Gluten-Free Hosting: How to Host a Gluten-Free Relative or Friend

Complete avoidance of gluten is the one and only treatment for gluten sensitivity. And as much as we all like that night off from cooking, or a trip back home to a relative's which means a few days out of the kitchen, this is a luxury that those who are gluten intolerant or have celiac disease can typically not afford.  (read more) Posted 4/21/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten Gluten Free Diet

What Really is a Gluten Free Diet?

I consider gluten sensitivity to be a critical factor to rule out when someone is trying to improve their health.  A person could be trying to live a “clean” life but could be gluten sensitive and not know. I want to clear up some of the common confusions I run into with patients and errors I see on various websites and blogs.  (read more) Posted 3/24/09 by Dr. Vikki Petersen, founder of HealthNOW Medical Center, Author of The Gluten Effect

 

Gluten-Free Travel and Dining:

Gluten Free Snack Foods Gluten-Free Snacks On-The-Go from the Experts: You

Eating gluten-free on-the-go can be a pretty difficult task to navigate. For healthy, gluten-free snacks many people plan ahead and keep things handy. But there are inevitably times when all you can do is stop at a convenience store or gas stop for some quick cals to hold you over. I asked others, what their . . . (read more) Posted 8/18/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten Free Low Fat Chocolate Chip Cookies Gluten-Free Road Trip

Maintaining my gluten and casein free diet while driving cross-country was actually tougher than I expected. I did manage to pick up some of Waylon's gluten and beef free raw dog food and a cooler to tote it in before we left. But I did not manage to pick up much in the way of gluten-free travel snacks for Taylor and I. (read more) Posted 6/23/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Well Baskets Gluten-Free Giveaway

Is Gluten Free Dining and Travel Getting Any Easier? (Part II)

In my first article, I touched on how things have improved when it comes to finding gluten-free options at restaurants. Of course, large suburban areas and big cities tend to have more choices, but you can find people who are knowledgeable about preparing a safe gluten-free meal just about anywhere in the world. (read more) Posted 3/31/09 by Karen Broussard, founder and president of GlutenFreeTravelSite.com

Gluten Free Travel

Is Gluten Free Dining and Travel Getting Any Easier?

Even though the majority of those who are gluten sensitive have yet to be diagnosed, awareness has grown considerably, especially lately. As the terms “celiac disease” and “gluten free” become more recognized, so too have more grocery stores and restaurants begun offering more (and better!) gluten-free foods.  (read more) Posted 3/24/09 by Karen Broussard, founder and president of GlutenFreeTravelSite.com

Gluten-Free Vacation

Gluten-Free Travel Tips

Maintaining a gluten-free diet can be challenging--especially while traveling! So we have put together some of our favorite travel tips, plus, I consulted one of our favorite gluten-free dining experts, Jennifer Rafferty of Gluten-Free Inspired Blog and we came up with a stellar list of gluten-free travel tips. (read more) Posted 1/20/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

 

Gluten-Free Pets:

Gluten Free Test on Sojos and BBL The Gluten-Free Dog Food and Treat Investigation Hits High Note

Waylon "The Wonder Dog" is now on a healthy diet of Sojos dehydrated dog food with plenty of Biscuits by Lambchop treats! I recently tested these two favorites with ELISA's EZ Gluten Test. Biscuits by Lambchop allergy-free dog treats come in cute lambchop and starlet shapes that Waylon loves to munch. . . (read more) Posted 2/03/10 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten Free Beauty Giveaway Is it Really Necessary to Feed Your Cat or Dog Gluten-Free Pet Food?

If you are like me, feeding your pet a gluten-free diet is a no-brainer. But why? Be honest now, is it for him, or for you? Some of the reasons you ought to be feeding your pet gluten-free food include: contamination by handling, contamination by contact and protecting your gluten sensitive pet from allergens . . . (read more) Posted 10/14/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Dog Food Allergies Trying to Protect Our Pets from Allergen-Contaminated Foods

When I hear that someone's pet is on a gluten-free food, either for their allergic pet's sake, or their own sensitivities, I now grow skeptical and inquire about which food the pet is on. Unfortunately, there are now only two pet food brands whose allergen alert labeling I trust. As only these two tested negative . . . (read more) Posted 8/18/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Dog Food Allergies Food Allergies and Sensitivities in Dogs and Cats

Since discovering that our German Wirehaired Pointer, Waylon, has food sensitivities, I get asked all the time whether a particular "symptom" is indicative of a dog or cat food sensitivity. So I've decided to devote this week to the topic. Some of the most common symptoms include itching, ear infections . . . (read more) Posted 6/30/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten Sensitivity in DogsGluten-Free Dog Food: Better for Your Health, Essential to His

When we adopted Waylon, our 14 month old German Wirehaired Pointer, I knew that putting him on a gluten-free diet to avoid exposing myself to gluten would be best for my health, but I never imagined that it would also be essential to his. Have you considered that your family dog may be intolerant to gluten? (read more) Posted 3/03/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

 

Gluten and Skin:

Gluten in Beauty Products Sneaky Sources of Gluten in Beauty Products

You may have thought you had heard of every possible gluten-derived ingredient found in beauty care products, until now.  Fortunately, many natural skin care and cosmetic companies now disclose gluten-containing ingredients on their websites, Here are the two ingredients that even I believed were gluten-free: (read more) Posted 3/17/10 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Top 10 Gluten Free Sites Gluten Sensitivity Leaving You With Sensitive Skin

I have received countless inquiries from people with celiac who suffer from sensitive skin and are no strangers to allergic reactions. For years I wondered why some of even the most natural cosmetics would bring my eyes to tears. It turns out gluten was a contributor, but so were a few other sneaky ingredients. . . . (read more) Posted 2/17/10 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten Free Beauty Gluten in Beauty Products Becoming as Passé as Parabens?

We the gluten-free consumers have spoken, and while some manufacturers are very up front about the fact that their products have always been gluten-free, others are quietly reacting. For those who are topically gluten-sensitive or don't want those bits of nasty gluten seeping in through their skin, know what to look for. . .(read more) Posted 9/01/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten and Skin Condition

Gluten and Skin Condition: Healthy Skin From the Inside Out

The skin is our largest organ, but because it’s hanging on the outside we tend to forget that. The health of the skin is said to reflect the health of the colon or digestive tract.  Having practiced for almost 25 years, I can attest to that being the truth.  From acne to eczema, from psoriasis to dermatitis herpetiformis (DH), I have yet meet a patient with a skin problem who had a healthy intestine.  (read more) Posted 3/18/09 by Dr. Vikki Petersen, founder of HealthNOW Medical Center, Author of The Gluten Effect

Gluten-Free Lipstick

Gluten-Free Lipstick: Are Your Kisses Gluten-Free?

"It has been said that a women eats up to four pounds of lipstick in her lifetime," says Kristin Adams, founder of gluten-free Afterglow Cosmetics. Considering the laundry list of toxic chemicals in cosmetics, this is quite a jarring fact. What may be the most disturbing, is that many lipsticks and glosses may also contain gluten. (read more) Posted 2/3/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten and Hairloss

Could Gluten Sensitivity be Responsible for Your Hair Loss?

Personally speaking, I know that when I maintain a strict gluten-free diet, my hair is thick and lovely, and when hidden gluten sneaks consistently into my diet, the thinning begins again. It is unfortunately common for people with gluten intolerance or celiac disease have to deal with the upsets of correlating hair loss. (read more) Posted 1/13/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Amelia's Soaps

Protect Your Skin From Winter Dryness with Gluten-Free Love and Care

As temperatures drop, so does environmental humidity and you skin's moisture level. In order to keep your skin healthy and nourished this winter, we've sought out some of the most important gluten-free tips to keeping your skin hydrated. (read more) Posted 12/22/08 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

 

Gluten-Free Recipes:

Gluten Free Flour Tortillas Gluten-Free Rice Flour Tortilla Recipe

I've never been a fan of store bought corn tortillas, but as they've been my only option for the past few years, I can endure them. But then I found an amazing recipe on GlutenFreeda.com for gluten-free flour tortillas and adapted it to what I think really works. Check out this great gluten and dairy free recipe! (read more) Posted 3/03/10 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Vegan Queso Dip Recipe Looking for a Great Vegan Queso Dip Recipe for Entertaining?

As football season arrives, I can't help but crave a warm, spicy queso dip. It's true, I was utterly spoiled by living in Texas, where queso is just as familiar to restaurant menus as salsa. But even if I were back in Texas, these days I couldn't eat it anyway, I'm casein (milk protein) intolerant. But finally, I've re-created this . . .(read more) Posted 9/08/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Hidden Sources of Gluten Gluten-Free Recipes: Really Easy Chicken Finger and Tomatoes

Sometime a really good gluten-free meal should be . . . easy! My crispy, cereal battered chicken fingers and crunchy broiled tomatos recipes below won't require 20 ingredients, hours of your time or too advanced a palate--in other words, you kids just may enjoy them! Here's a quick, and yummy gluten-free meal. (read more) Posted 8/11/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Vegan, Gluten-Free Quinoa Cakes Gluten-Free Recipe: Vegan "Cheesy" Fried Quinoa Cakes

I recently discovered that a certain simple trio of ingredients added to any grain based dish produces a complex, and cheese-like flavor. For someone who can't eat casein (milk protein) in addition to gluten, tricks like this are vital to keeping the taste buds alive and tasting! Add these flavors to fried quinoa . . . (read more) Posted 7/21/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten Free Low Fat Chocolate Chip Cookies

Gluten-Free Recipes: Reduced Fat Chocolate Chip Cookies

Due to my current, modified elimination diet, I turned to my friend and gluten-free/vegan cooking expert Sarah Gill, founder of The Inspired Cookie, for advice on baking substitutions. Sarah is a cookie genius and with her help, I was able to cut the fat, extend the life of the cookie, cut the sugar and leave out the egg. (read more) Posted 6/2/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fo

Gluten-Free Grain Amaranth

Myths and Magic of Gluten-Free Whole Grain Amaranth

Last week I wrote about the glorious variety of gluten-free whole grains.  Following-up, I am planning to write about each of these wonderful grains, explaining how to best incorporate them into your own gluten-free diet. The grain of this week is the delicious and very easy to grow grain of Amaranth.  (read more) Posted 6/2/09 by Joann Mitchell, cooking instructor and founder of “¡Buen Provecho! Enjoy Your Food!”

Gluten-Free Almond Crust Pizza Recipe

Gluten-Free Recipes: Almond Crust Pizza

Pizza is one food I have always been addicted to, but after my diagnoses of severe gluten and casein intolerances, I thought my pizza days were over. It actually took nearly a year after going gluten and casein free before I attempted to make my own pizza. Since, I have even come up with an almond crust variety! (read more) Posted 5/05/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten-Free Cooking Basics

Getting Back to Basics: Gluten-Free Cooking and Baking

When I was newly diagnosed with celiac the doctor gave me a 25 page hand-out on all of the items I could NOT eat, and absolutely nothing what I could eat. It seemed like I had to give-up everything! I can recall feeling so overwhelmed, frustrated, scared and depressed. I thought my culinary days were doomed.  (read more) Posted 4/21/09 by Joann Mitchell, cooking instructor and founder of “¡Buen Provecho! Enjoy Your Food!”

Gluten Gluten Free Easter Cookies

Make This Easter Even Sweeter: Easter Cookie Recipes and Tips

Hopefully your Easter menu is all set, you've decided where to dine, and you've chosen with whom you will be celebrating.  Now is the time to direct your attention to the Easter eggs and sweet gf Easter treats.  I'm sure you have a few questions: How to fill a gluten-free basket?  What about the Easter egg hunt?  (read more) Posted 4/07/09 by Joann Mitchell, cooking instructor and founder of “¡Buen Provecho! Enjoy Your Food!

Gluten Free Easter Meal and Recipes

How to Have a Successful Gluten-Free Easter Meal (Plus Recipes!)

In case we have not noticed, or if we were just trying to avoid the inevitable, another holiday is looming right around the bend.  Easter!!  We all know we should be happy and excited, but the usual panic mode sets in at the concept of figuring out how and with whom we can successfully celebrate this holiday gluten-free.   (read more) Posted 3/31/09 by Joann Mitchell, cooking instructor and founder of “¡Buen Provecho! Enjoy Your Food!”

Gluten-Free Super Bowl

Gluten-Free Super Bowl Recipes

Super Bowl Sunday should be a day of (gluten-free) eating, yelling at the TV, actually laughing at commercials and, did we mention eating? We contacted Enjoy Life Foods who sent over an exclusive and very easy Sunny Trail Mix recipe, while Erin of Gluten-Free Fun cooked up a mouth-watering Mexican Lasagna. (read more) Posted 1/27/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

 

Gluten-Free Baking:

Lower Carb Russian Tea Cookies RECIPE: Try This Low Carb, Gluten/Dairy Free Chocolate Recipe

Since accepting the fact that I was pretty much addicted to unhealthy amounts of simple (gluten-free) carbohydrates, I've started seeking my carbs from healthier, more complex sources (beans, nuts, coconut flour, etc.). But there is one "sweet" gluten an dairy free treat I simply refuse to forego--chocolate . . . (read more) Posted 7/14/10 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Lower Carb Russian Tea Cookies Healthier Carbs and Gluten-Free? Try These Russian Tea Cookies

Since adapting my gluten and dairy free diet to be lower in carbs, my craving for sweets and my waistline have dropped severely. Though my craving for something bready has not, so I thought I'd give Russian Tea Cookies a try. There have been a few adaptations now. Best when eaten cold with a mug of hot tea . . (read more) Posted 7/08/10 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Low Carb Biscuit Recipe Trying to Eat Fewer Carbs and Gluten-Free? Try This Biscuit Recipe

There are a lot of foods that are naturally gluten-free and low-carb to enjoy, but if you're like me, you've got to have some baked goodies! Since every recipe I tried was too eggy or too flaxy, I decided to make some tries at baking something that at least gives me the illusion of eating carbs. These gluten-free . . . (read more) Posted 4/15/10 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten-Free GrainsAn Intro. to the Myths and Magic of Gluten-Free Whole Grains

Brown rice became one of my mainstays as we became gluten-free, it was the only grain I knew anything about as an alternative whole grain to wheat.  And after my first two years, we had come up with many ways to prepare brown rice, but had become brown-riced out.  We needed more alternatives, but what?  (read more)Posted 5/26/09 by Joann Mitchell, cooking instructor ”

Gluten-Free King Cake

Gluten-Free King Cakes, Because It's Carnival Time!

For weeks I have been searching for gluten-free king cakes, salivating over purple, green and gold sugar and iced images of the traditional cakes, but I have yet to find a gluten-free variety. Is this famed, seasonal cake an unconvertible treat? Are we who lead our lives without gluten also subject to lives without king cake? (read more) Posted 2/12/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten-Free Baking

Bake Gluten-Free with the Best of Them

Baking sans gluten is not easy--unless of course, you are armed with great recipes and tricks of the trade! I poured through my gluten-free library and contacted two of my favorite gluten-free experts, a cooking blogger and a top gluten-free bakery owner, to see what tricks they had to share for foolproof gluten-free baking. (read more) Posted 1/13/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

 

Gluten-Free Shopping:

Gluten Free Grocery Shopping On A Budget Gluten-Free Grocery Shopping: On A Budget (Part II)

Fried rice, cheese toast, warm gravy and cooking with creamy, high fat coconut oil--these are just a few of the highly affordable luxuries you can enjoy on a gluten-free budget!Here are a few more of the tips that I have been applying to save on our gluten-free grocery bill: Eggs add inexpensive, extra protein . . . (read more) Posted 1/27/10 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten Free Shopping On A Budget Gluten-Free Shopping: On A Budget

Every week I meal plan, make lists and enter one grocery store after another like a warrior ready for battle. I stick to my list, fill my cart, and pull up to the checkout line hoping for the best. But after sitting down with some eco-friends of ours who always have a stocked pantry and do so on an even smaller budget, I've changed up my game plan and grocery shopping has become a whole new thing. (read more) Posted 1/13/10 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Whole Foods Misses the Mark?

Whole Foods Tries, But Needs Your Help

Whole Foods Markets are some of the most allergy-friendly stores, but can still benefit from you voicing your gluten-free needs. I appreciate the company's labeling practices, gluten-free food offerings, and gorgeous selection of fresh whole foods like produce and meats, but even Whole Foods is not 100% allergy friendly. (read more) Posted 2/3/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten-Free Valentine's Gifts

Looking to Give the Perfect Gluten-Free Valentine's Gifts

What better a way to show your loved ones how much you care than with a sweet, gluten-free Valentine's treat. We've gathered some of our favorite gluten-free gift ideas for each of the special people in your life. Gluten-free skin care delights to gluten-free chocolate treats, we even found them at every price! (read more) Posted 2/10/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Avoiding Cross Contamination

Navigating Your Way in a Cross-Contaminated World

Awareness of celiac disease and gluten intolerance is on the rise, and so too is the frequency of gluten-free product labeling.  But with a world of grocery stores and food retailers that is too often plagued by cross-contamination and dangerous mislabeing, we consulted renowned cookbook author Jacqueline Mallorca to help determine how to best protect your family from getting “glutened.”  (read more) Posted 12/30/08 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Whole Bakers Cookies

Looking for Delectable and Delicious Gluten-Free Holiday Desserts?

Eating gluten-free requires extra planning any time of year.  But as the Holidays approach, and your home or office becomes flooded with tempting treats like Holiday cookies, candies and gingerbread houses, you had better be prepared with some delicious gluten-free treats that you and your family can safely enjoy. (read more) Posted 12/22/08 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Harry and David Pears

Looking to Give the Perfect Gluten-Free Holiday Gifts This Season

What better a way to show your gluten-free loved ones how much you care than with a special gluten-free gift this Holiday! We've compiled a list of some of our favorite gluten-free gifts for all of the special people in your life. From year-round fresh fruit to an uber cool GFF t-shirt, we've even found them at every price-point! (read more) Posted 12/22/08 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

 

Gluten-Free Awareness:

Top 10 Gluten Free Sites Top 10 Gluten-Free Resources Online

Whether you're new to gluten-free and just learning the ropes, or you're practically a professional by now, baking your own bread, even whipping up gluten-free dinner parties, these sites can help manage your gluten-free life. I've compiled this list of favorite gluten-free sites full of reviews, recipes and inspiration . . . (read more) Posted 2/10/10 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten-Free Trend for 2009

Gluten-Free: A Hot Trend for 2009

Gluten-free has never before been so fabulous! With awareness of gluten sensitivities on the rise, gluten-free foods are in higher demand than ever before. Big fans of any trend that helps spread the word and get people properly diagnosed, we've gathered some quotes regarding the best trend of 2009--gluten-free foods. (read more) Posted 1/06/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten-Free Fundraisers

How Can You Help Raise Money for Celiac Research?

If there is one thing we are passionate about at Gluten Free Fox, it is spreading awareness of gluten sensitivity and helping others get diagnosed. If you have an event planned that you would like to promote, please comment below or send us an e-mail. Here are some worthy causes coming up in the next couple of months. (read more) Posted 3/03/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

 

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Gluten Free Beauty Giveaway With Planning, Make the Holidays a Gluten-Free Success

Imagine a delicious, gluten-free Holiday meal, and all the members of your family enjoying it--without acting as though they've made the sacrifice of the century by enduring the annual dinner sans gluten. I can remember wanting so badly to impress everyone with my recipes, but feeling limited by food allergies . . . (read more) Posted 10/28/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten Free Party Planning Gluten-Free Party Planning: Are You Ready for the Holiday Season?

We've mastered the art of attending parties, dinners and events while maintaining our gluten-free diets, but hosting our own event may just be the thing we fear most. But every day, every week, we plan and execute delicious gluten-free meals and baked treats for ourselves and out gluten-free loved ones. So why . . . (read more) Posted 9/15/09 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

Gluten-Free New Year'sLooking for Delightful Ways to Ring in this New Years?

Eating gluten-free may require extra thought and planning, but it doesn't mean you can't celebrate with the best of them. This New Year's should be a time of joy, laughter and celebration, not sitting on the sidelines. We've gathered some of our favorite, most indulgent treats to help you celebrate safely this year! (read more) Posted 12/30/08 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

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Be Bold this Year: Gluten-Free Resolutions Worth Keeping

Since switching to a gluten-free diet, health-related New Year's resolutions may be a thing of the past. For many, the switch helped with desired weight loss or gain. But eating gluten-free does not always mean maintaining proper nutrition. We've listed Gluten-Free Resolutions to help you reach optimal health in 2009. (read more) Posted 12/30/08 by Kristen Campbell, co-founder of Gluten Free Fox

 

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