Tag Archives: celiac disease

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Start Fresh

Straight up, the number one priority on the path to wellness begins with the question: How do you want to feel? From the moment we start fresh in the morning until it’s time to turn in for the night, staying focused on this goal is how we’re able to maintain steady flight throughout each and… Read More


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Gluten Free Italy

I felt it instantly. It was undeniable. It happened whenever I spoke to friends and neighbors about their travels to Italy. The room stopped. Their faces lit up and hearts melted all around upon speaking and hearing about the trip. I wanted a scoop of that slice of life! I love the heart-melters—the things we… Read More


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Single Ingredient Simplicity

The secret to eating healthy is simple: Single ingredient meals. I have found that the absolute best way to lead a healthful, gluten free life is to eat the purest of pure things you can find. Whole foods that are more a product of nature than a product of industry. The rewards are tremendous—whether you… Read More


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Celiac Awareness, Action and Attitude

My life after silent celiac disease has been a constant work in progress. I was relieved and grateful for my diagnosis 15 years ago, but soon learned that healthful living with celiac is not just about diet.     Celiac disease is a hard thing to teach or explain. If we all become more aware… Read More


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A Beautiful Place of Health, Healing & Happiness

After much trial and error, I feel like I’ve landed in a beautiful place. Wellness, healthy food, peace and beauty are all inextricably linked. They cannot be considered separately. Eating healthy, physical activity, a positive outlook, getting rest, and working on inspiring, purposeful projects are all integral to each other for happiness and well-being. It’s… Read More


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Can You Be a Healthy Workaholic?

Can you be a healthy workaholic? Yes… but it requires grace. There’s a lot of negativity around the word “workaholic”. It’s often used inaccurately to describe someone who simply loves the work that they do and is dedicated to their big picture vision. I admit I’ve been a diligent, focused workaholic. I’m proud of it.… Read More


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Gluten Free Crab Stuffed Zucchini

Two weeks ago it was stuffed spaghetti squash, and this week it’s another one of my faves: gluten free crab stuffed zucchini boats! Both are a delicious way to prepare fresh zucchini or squash and are healthy, delicious, fun, and easy to make! Gluten Free Crab Stuffed Zucchini Recipe Ingredients: 2 large zucchini (6-8 inches)… Read More



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Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Holiday Ease

Can you believe the holidays are already here? Thanksgiving is less than a week away and the early arrival of guests and those staying throughout the holiday weekend means you may have several meals to serve in addition to Thanksgiving Dinner. The last thing you want to worry about is meal planning the rest of… Read More


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Sweet As Tupelo Honey & Good As Gold

Light gray with a touch of yellow… that’s the color that surrounds you after a hurricane visits, then leaves. Branches down, bits of grass stuck to your windshield and car doors; everything is weathered like two years have passed and it was just 24 hours. When the sun comes out again after a big storm,… Read More