Tag Archive 'diet'

Dec 03 2014

Have You Tried Gluten-Free Shirataki Noodles?

When it comes to gluten-free pasta, there are a lot of options out there. Corn, quinoa, barley, rice, potato, and more. While some of these products come very close to the taste and texture of wheat pasta, they also tend to offer a comparable number of calories. If you’re willing to think outside the pasta […]

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Nov 04 2014

Is It Okay To Go Gluten-Free Just To Eat Healthy?

Published by under Food,Gluten Free,Health

Gluten-free is now a multi-billion dollar industry. Only an estimated one percent of the population actually suffers from celiac disease, so where is all the rest of the money coming from? Some of it is flowing out of the pockets of people who are sensitive to gluten, but there are definitely people who could gobble […]

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Jul 21 2014

Do You Know What Gluten Is?

Published by under Gluten Free

My Take On Jimmy Kimmel’s Viral Video If you can keep track of the latest and greatest viral videos to hit the web or if you’re a fan of the Jimmy Kimmel show, then you probably saw a recent segment that has been making the rounds on social media platforms. Kimmel sent a camera crew […]

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Jul 14 2014

Stop Calling Gluten Sensitivity A Made Up Illness

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Who Else Wants People To Stop Calling Gluten Sensitivity A Made Up Illness? It’s not surprising that skepticism regarding gluten sensitivity is quickly mounting. The gluten-free lifestyle, which has wallowed in the shadows for decades is now squarely in the spotlight and under the microscope. Gluten-free foods are now a multi-billion dollar industry, and the […]

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May 26 2014

Are Wheat-Free and Gluten-Free Diets The Same Thing?

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Wheat and gluten are often used interchangeably, which can lead to a lot of confusion when we talk about things like a gluten-free diet versus a wheat-free diet. Wheat is a type of grain that is often used to make bread, pasta and flour. Gluten is a protein found within wheat, as well as barley […]

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Apr 04 2014

When You Fall Off The Gluten-Free Wagon

Published by under Diet,Food

Here at GlutenfreeSingles, we celebrate the gluten-free lifestyle, but we never said it was easy! Giving up your favorite gluten goodies can be a huge challenge, especially in the beginning. That’s because you aren’t just changing what you eat; you’re changing fundamental habits that you’ve been building for a lifetime. Maybe you swing by Subway […]

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Mar 14 2014

Gluten-Free Spring Foods

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Spring is on its way, which means those of us who have committed to eating a more natural and wholesome diet are going to get our hands on lots of delicious fruits and veggies that are now coming into season. Winter can be challenging for those of us who shop mainly in the fresh fruit […]

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Jan 28 2014

Can You Be Gluten-Free and Paleo?

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The Paleolithic diet, also known as the caveman diet, is based on the presumption that the human body has changed little since the end of the Paleolithic era. Paleo proponents believe that our bodies have not adapted to the grains that became a staple as a result of the agricultural revolution. They also believe that […]

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Jan 02 2014

A Gluten-Free New Year? It’s Not As Easy As You Think

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Are you considering a gluten-free diet in 2014? We wish you the best of luck. A gluten-free diet can help drastically alleviate many symptoms of discomfort and pain for those with celiac disease or a gluten sensitivity. Many other individuals choose a gluten-free diet for health, weight loss and hormonal reasons. Whatever your reason, we […]

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Nov 13 2013

It’s Fall – Get Out The Crockpot

Published by under Cooking

Summer, with its gushing sunlight and gentle breezes, is great, but there’s something marvelous about fall. The air turns crisp and fresh, and the leaves show their true colors. Now is the time to toss the extra comforter on the bed, sweep out the fire place and get out your comfy fleece pajamas. Fall is […]

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