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Can Gluten Cause Depression?

If you are depressed, gluten intolerance or celiac disease can be one of the culprits. Yes, gluten can cause depression! I conducted some of my own research on the subject, and here is what I found: The intestinal damage wrought by celiac disease prevents absorption of essential nutrients that keep the brain healthy, especially zinc, […]

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How Long will it Take to Recover from Gluten?

Your recovery from gluten, along with anyone else, can be different for everyone. I am told that a large percentage of folks feel better just a few days after removing gluten from their diets. In my case, there was no doubt that I had a problem with gluten all my life. I can remember being […]

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Are You Getting Enough Protein?

I don’t know about you, but I have heard this question numerous times when I tell people I am vegan.  The meat industry has inundated the public with so much false information about the need for meat for protein, that the average person has no idea what or where to find plant based protein.  Unfortunately, […]

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Recovering from Gluten Poisoning

Have you ever accidentally poisoned yourself by eating gluten?  Thankfully, I have only done that once.  I was at a church potluck and tried a dish that had gluten in it …. and, of course, I didn’t know it until I started getting stomach cramps, diarrhea and all those other nasty symptoms! So what can […]

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Identifying Gluten

Identifying gluten in your foods can be very challenging.  Gluten comes in so many different forms and under so many different names that the average person can easily become confused. We all know to avoid wheat, barley and rye, but are these the only places to find gluten? Following is a list of food containing […]

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Treatments for Celiac Disease

What would be your perimeters on embracing a treatment for Celiac disease?  Would you be willing to try anything?  Or is there a limit to what you would do as a treatment for Celiac disease. In case you had not heard, Alvine Pharmaceuticals, who is in the process of developing a possible drug for celiac […]

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Gluten Free Vegan Thanksgiving Recipes & Tips

Thanksgiving can be a real challenge for Gluten Free Vegans — especially if you are looking for a ‘traditional’ Thanksgiving style meal.  But after scouring the internet I have found a few good options for you. About.com Celiac & Gluten Free expert, Jane Anderson, suggests some of the following tips for a Gluten Free Thanksgiving. […]

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Gluten Free Ketchup, Mustard and Vinegar

Last post we talked about Gluten Free Vegan salad dressings.  Today, I would like to share on Gluten Free Ketchup and Mustard.   Probably the most beloved condiments for meat eaters, ketchup and mustard can be a challenge for Gluten Free Vegans! Ketchup made with certain vinegars ARE NOT Gluten Free.  If you are very sensitive, […]

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Celiac Drug in Trial Tests

If you have been listening to the news around the celiac issue, you may already know scientists are developing a celiac drug that is currently in Phase 2 testing! Alvine Pharmaceuticals, who is in the process of developing a possible drug for celiac disease, said yesterday that it has teamed with global biopharmaceutical company AbbVie […]

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Is GMO Wheat Causing Gluten Problems?

One of the questions I have been pondering for a long time:  Is GMO Wheat Causing Our Gluten Problems?  I did some research and found this wonderful article by Jane Anderson, the About.com Celiac Disease & Gluten Sensitivity expert.  According to Jane, the short answer is NO!  You cannot blame GMO wheat for the rising […]

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