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We don’t even realize it most of the time, but for every holiday or special gathering, there’s a food (or at least food-like substance) we expect to eat.   We’re so conditioned that we don’t hope for a grilled bratwurst washed down with cold root beer and followed later by watermelon and maybe onion rings […]

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Have you ever found yourself wondering exactly what foods you’re supposed to eat?  With all of the conflicting information on diet and nutrition, somehow food has become a confusing subject.   Here are my meals today: Breakfast Red and green bell peppers, onion, and eggs scrambled together   Lunch Left-over turkey and a few blueberries […]

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Batman has Robin, Sherlock Holmes has Watson, Shrek has Donkey, Frodo has Samwise, but celiac disease isn’t as single minded. Sometimes, regardless of how much we wish celiac disease was a loner, there’s more than one sidekick to accompany it.  And while a sidekick can be thought of as a good thing, some people who […]

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We’re back with more info on healing with celiac disease, gluten intolerance, and other food allergies and intolerances. I’ve been talking a bit about supplements and will continue with that for a few more posts.  However, there are a few supplements that go well with functional lab tests.  Their safe enough for short term use, […]

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It’s Time To Talk Supplements

“What supplements do you use?” It’s a question I’ve long avoided for a few different reasons.  My favorite reply is, “Why do you ask?”  However, the time has come to talk about supplements. The FDA has not evaluated my statements, they would most likely state that foods should not be used to heal, and none […]

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I’ll be back next week with more on the healing series…I’m doing a bit of cleaning with the blogs so this post is just a move from the personal blog.  Since the SuperBowl isn’t far away, I also thought some of you with allergies might be looking for an alternative dip.  A reader wrote in […]

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Oh wait; the research paper said extraintestinal manifestations of celiac disease.  While that may still sound alien to some of you, what it really means is that there are symptoms of gluten-intolerance that go beyond the obvious gut issues. Look through the celiac forums and you’ll see anemia, osteoporosis, hair loss, excess appetite or no […]

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To “Nuke” or Not…

Angela in California wrote in and asked: “Do you know if microwaving food is bad for you/ the food? I remember when I was little my mom would tell me to “stop looking into the microwave” while I was watching my marshmallows grow. And I’ve heard it’s now recommended to stay at least 3 feet […]

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This was originally posted in the RMAX Magazine – Volume 7, Issue 5. Hello Fellow RMAX’ers, While deciding the topic this issue, I did a search for “health” on the internet thinking that it might help me to know what’s on the minds of most folks.  The results were interesting, but almost all of them […]

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You don’t crave green veggies but you don’t like the effects your actual cravings are having on your body.  So what do you do about it?  Give your body what it needs, and then give it what it wants. You thought I was going to tell you to never again eat any of the foods […]

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