Archive for the 'Lifestyle' Category

May 22 2017

Educate Yourself About Celiac Disease for Celiac Awareness Month

Published by under Celiac,Lifestyle

When you tell new acquaintances that you are gluten-free, you might receive an eye roll for your trouble. It’s true that the gluten-free diet has become a hot trend over the past few years, adopted by athletes and actors alike for a variety of reasons. Some simply believe that a gluten-free diet can lead to […]

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Jul 13 2015

Are You Prepared to Be Financially Faithful to Your Partner?

Published by under Dating,Lifestyle

You may be familiar with the concept of “emotionally” cheating on your partner, but what about financially cheating on them? Money is commonly cited as a top factor in divorce, and according to Sonya Britt, a researcher from Kansas State University, “arguing about money is the top predictor of divorce.” In other words, money is […]

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May 13 2015

So You’ve Decided to Go Gluten Free – GIG’s Getting Started Guide

  So you’ve decided to go gluten free. Maybe you’ve been diagnosed with celiac disease after years of mysterious symptoms that would suddenly zap you of strength and vitality. Maybe you’ve noticed that you feel bloated and exhausted every time you eat high-carb meals and worry that you might be sensitive to gluten. Or perhaps […]

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Mar 24 2015

Five Reasons Gluten-Free Eaters Should Start Their Own Gardens

Spring is almost here, which means sunshine, warmth…and maybe a little gardening? If you’ve never considered yourself to have a green thumb, it might be time to let your inner gardener bloom, especially if you have adopted a gluten-free lifestyle. Here are five important reasons why gluten-free eaters should consider gardening: You Care About Your […]

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Mar 09 2015

Gluten Intolerance Group, Supporting the Gluten-Free Community Since 1974

Here at GlutenfreeSingles, we always want to let our members know about any great resources we find in the gluten-free community. One of the absolute best resources is the Gluten Intolerance Group, or GIG. GIG was the nation’s very first nonprofit association that focused on making life better for gluten-free individuals. The company was founded […]

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Aug 15 2014

Need Help Going Gluten-Free, Throw A Gluten-Free Potluck!

Published by under Food,Lifestyle

The first few months into a gluten-free diet are the hardest, just like the first few months of any big change usually are. You have to get used to a whole new dietary lifestyle, and you don’t even have your favorite brand of cookies to nibble on when things get hard! One of the best […]

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Jun 27 2014

Are Gluten-Free People Really So Annoying?

Published by under Lifestyle

Recently, Jimmy Kimmel and his writing staff discovered GlutenfreeSingles.com. The result was a funny plug in his monologue followed by an amusing spoof about a fictional online dating site, JamieDate.com. We certainly appreciated the attention and don’t mind the laughs it generated.

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Mar 21 2014

Winning Your Housemates Over On Gluten-Free

Published by under Lifestyle

For those of us who live alone, switching to a gluten-free lifestyle can be as simple as by turning our home into a gluten-free zone. Keeping gluten out of the house makes it easier to stick to a gluten-free diet (see no evil,). However, many of us live with roommates, siblings, spouses, children or others […]

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