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Nutrition’s new norm: Hail the kale Caesar - PHOTOS

blog by Alyssa Hood  • 

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Kale, kale, kale.

It is all we hear about these days. Eating kale = a healthy person. Or so that is what we read.

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Nutrition’s new norm: Catering with corn grits - PHOTOS

blog by Alyssa Hood  • 

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When I have to cook for more than two people, my brain gets a little befuddled. Honestly, I don’t know how restaurants and catering companies do it. 

Maybe it’s the timid planner inside me or the fact that multitasking when I am also trying to catch…

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Gluten-Free Good Neighbors: Deenie Bakes, Simply Sweet - INTERVIEWS

blog by Julia Jornsay-Silverberg  • 

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The quantity and variety of gluten-free products increases with each passing day.

According to the Gluten-Free Agency, sales in the gluten-free category are expected to reach $5.5 billion…

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Nutrition’s new norm: Guilt-free cashew cream cheese - PHOTOS

blog by Alyssa Hood  • 

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I recently learned that when trying to eliminate a food or start a diet, cheese is the adorable boy that’s the hardest to break up with. It makes so much sense.

Discovering this makes me feel slightly less insane as I daydream back to the days when…

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Nutrition’s new norm: Soup-induced happy belly - PHOTOS

blog by Alyssa Hood  • 

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Every day it seems like another person I know develops a freaky food allergy or a sudden strange intolerance.

Girls’ stomachs especially are starting to ache each time they eat, and without any other option, they’re being forced to immediately crawl…

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Gluten-Free Good Neighbors: Top spots

blog by Julia Jornsay-Silverberg  • 

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Going out to eat can be stressful and overwhelming for gluten-free newbies unsure of which local restaurants are knowledgeable and accommodating of gluten-free eaters.

“When I first transitioned to the gluten-free diet, I didn’t go out to eat…

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Gluten-Free Good Neighbors: Rookie Chef

blog by Julia Jornsay-Silverberg  • 

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The holidays can be stressful for everyone, especially for people with Celiac. When you’re surrounded by glutenous sweets and treats, sticking to the gluten-free diet can be challenging.

If you have a sweet tooth like I do, you can agree there are few…

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Gluten-Free Good Neighbors: ‘Cupcakes Wars’ only GF winner - INTERVIEW

blog by Julia Jornsay-Silverberg  • 

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It’s 2005. You’re sitting in your car in the Wegmans parking lot crying because your doctor called to let you know that your blood work came back positive; you have Celiac disease. You take a deep breath and glance at the grocery list which, except for…

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Gluten-Free Good Neighbors: Cider and beer you autumn know

blog by Julia Jornsay-Silverberg  • 

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Maybe it’s just me but when I think of fall, aside from pumpkins and golden leaves, I immediately think of football, sweaters, boots and beer.

For those of us with Celiac, coping with the loss of drinking beer can be quite the challenge, especially…

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Gluten-Free Good Neighbors: Put a label on it

blog by Julia Jornsay-Silverberg  • 

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Most people commonly think of Celiac disease as an allergy to wheat. This isn’t exactly true. Celiac is a lifelong inflammatory auto-immune disorder for which there is no known cure.

The only treatment for Celiac disease is to completely eliminate gluten,…

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Gluten-Free Good Neighbors: Merge - INTERVIEW

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The knowledge and awareness of Celiac has come a long way over the past five years. When I was diagnosed with Celiac in 2009, the availability of gluten-free products had already made tremendous strides compared to when my sister was diagnosed with the disease five…

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Gluten-Free Good Neighbors: Just Ask Josh - INTERVIEW

blog by Julia Jornsay-Silverberg  • 

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Following a gluten-free diet isn’t easy. Gluten is all around us; it’s in the doughnuts your co-worker brought into the office this morning, it’s in the glue on the envelope you just licked, it’s hidden in the dressing of your favorite salad.

Well,…