Tag Archives: gluten intolerance

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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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Gluten Free Sage in Simply Gluten Free Magazine!

I am delighted and grateful to be featured in the Spring 2017 issue of Simply Gluten Free magazine! Simply Gluten Free is both a print and online publication that informs and educates those who are interested in learning more about allergen free cooking and healthful meal preparation. Every issue includes personal testimonials of those who’ve… Read More



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The Importance of Being Relentless

If you Google “relentless”, you don’t exactly find the best definition: re·lent·less adjective 1. oppressively constant; incessant. 2. harsh or inflexible.   But I’ve always thought of relentless as tenacious, persevering, determined. It’s what you have to be when you’re diagnosed to be gluten free. The importance of being relentless and an untiring attention to… Read More


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Hustling

15 years ago—when I was a young mom hustling to raise strong, independent boys, helping my husband build his career, and just kickin’ butt every dang delightful day—if you would’ve asked me if l would be writing a weekly lifestyle blog that promotes healthy food, healthy lifestyle, mindfulness and minimalism, the answer would’ve been HECK… Read More


Symptoms of Unknown Origin

Celiac Disease has come to the forefront in a BIG way recently, however, people walked around with Celiac—or gluten intolerance—for yeeeears and didn’t know it. People would go to doctors with all sorts of symptoms (anemia, weight loss, malnourishment, exhaustion, joint pain, etc.) and tests would be done, but often the results were inconclusive. The… Read More