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Celiac Disease

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  • ENVIRONMENTAL NUTRITION: Spelt: A new spin on an ancient grain

    ENVIRONMENTAL NUTRITION: Spelt: A new spin on an ancient grain
    Environmental Nutrition Spelt enjoys a rich past as one of the most popular grains in ancient times. Yet, despite its role as a staple in ancient civilizations, and as a healer of illness in the Middle Ages, spelt lost its luster in the U.S. with the...
  • The Kid's Doctor: Frequent headaches and tummy aches not always serious

    I see a fair number of children between the ages of 4 and 7 who complain about headaches and tummy aches. This is a common age for children to begin talking about aches and pains. I know this from personal experience, as I had a child who for several...
  • How to stay gluten-free and still love the Thanksgiving feast

    Depending on who sits at your Thanksgiving table, you may already have figured out how to serve vegetarians or guests who are allergic to nuts. But more people are choosing to eat gluten-free or learning they must do without gluten. And with pie crusts...
  • Dining scene: From zucchini puttanesca to salmon tartare

    Dining scene: From zucchini puttanesca to salmon tartare
    Fresh First 1637 SE 17th St., Fort Lauderdale, 954-763-3344, FreshFirst.com Chef Mary Siragusa and her daughter, pasty chef Francesca Siragusa, have opened an organic eatery and juicery billed as gluten, corn and peanut-free in the Quay Plaza. The...
  • Gluten-free markets spring from personal need

    Gluten-free markets spring from personal need
    When Bridget Reilly and her young son began eating gluten-free, she also began to find grocery shopping a real headache. So many labels to read and so much food that her family didn't really like and that she didn't really like feeding them. "I was...
  • No gluten, no cry

    No gluten, no cry
    If "gluten-free" and "organic" aren't big in your vocabulary, you've probably never heard of zucchini puttanesca ($13.95). Unless, of course, you've already discovered Fresh First, the first gluten-free cafe in South Florida. Mary Siragusa and her...
  • FDA requires 'gluten-free' foods meet new gov't standards

    “Gluten-free” foods line store shelves across the country, but some of them may lose that designation now that federal officials are stepping in to once and for all define what makes a product “gluten-free.” The Food and Drug...
  • Camp Gluten Free, where the kids don't have to ask what's on the menu

     Camp Gluten Free, where the kids don't have to ask what's on the menu
    If you can't eat gluten and you're a kid, life can be tough to negotiate. No thanks to the pizza party, the birthday cake, the trades at school lunch. But for a week, for 67 kids, there's Camp Gluten Free, about 6,000 feet up in the San Bernardino...
  • Spelt: Ancient grain has resurfaced as a nutritional superstar

    THE FOLKLORE Spelt enjoys a rich past as one of the most popular grains in ancient times. Yet, despite its role as a staple in ancient civilizations, and as a healer of illness in the Middle Ages, spelt lost its luster in the U.S. with the modern...
  • Gluten-free Thanksgiving: Be alert ... but enjoy!

    Gluten-free Thanksgiving: Be alert ... but enjoy!
    Depending on who sits at your Thanksgiving table, you may already have figured out how to serve vegetarians or people allergic to nuts. But gluten-free is another matter. Increasing numbers of people are choosing to forgo gluten (or learning they must...
  • Holiday cookie exchange: More recipes

    Holiday cookie exchange: More recipes
    The Chopping Block: Ginger molasses spice cookies with holiday sprinkles Chef Sara Salzinski of the Chopping Block (222 Merchandise Mart Plaza, 312-644-6360, thechoppingblock.net) makes these cookies with her kids — Delilah, 8, and Jake, 4....
  • Poor coping skills hurt kids' quality of life

    Poor coping skills hurt kids' quality of life
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Kids who dwell on or "catastrophize" chronic stomach pain are likely to have lower quality of life than children with a better attitude, but parents can help their kids learn to cope, German researchers say. The new study also...