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DNX Bars

DNX Bars: A Cleaner Jerky

DNX Bars are minimally processed jerky that’s full of meat (beef, chicken or bison) but free of artificial ingredients (no preservatives, fillers, antibiotics, hormones, MSG or GMOs).
Beet Pancakes

Red Velvet Pancakes with Strawberry Sauce

Power up your pancakes For many breakfast lovers, there are few things more joyous about the weekend than rustling up a batch of fluffy pancakes....
Celiac Disease and Cancer

Cancer & Celiac Disease

Cancer & Celiac Disease Lymphoma risk is increased -- but it’s not cause for alarm By Christine Boyd In 2016, Mike, then 38, was diagnosed with celiac...
Spoonfuls Smoothie

Who Blended It Best? Spoonfuls Smoothie Recipes!

Gluten Free & More magazine recently partnered with Solgar to promote their newest plant-based protein powder - Spoonfuls! This vegan, gluten-free, non-GMO protein powder...

Join us for a Spoonfuls Twitter Party

RSVP to a Spoonfuls Twitter Party TUESDAY 2/12 at 5pm PT/8pm ET! Join us on Twitter by following #SpoonfulsGF to win! a Rafflecopter giveaway Solgar® Spoonfuls...
Gluten free breakfast cereal

The BEST Gluten-Free Breakfast Cereals

We taste-tested dozens of gluten free breakfast cereal brands to discover the best certified gluten-free cereals available. Cereal is definitely a staple in many gluten-free households. Almost 20 percent of our readers have cold cereal once a day and an additional 40 percent eat it at least once a week.
Stabilyze Bars

Behind The Name: Stabilyze & Stabilizing Blood Sugar Levels

We've featured Stabilyze nutrition bars before, but you might have thought the name was a little unique for a bar. What's behind the name?...
halved sesame bagel

Gluten Free Bagel Roundup

Readers often ask us about gluten-free bagels—and no wonder. Anyone living gluten-free has likely endured some serious bagel hankering. Fortunately, there are now options available in many grocery stores across the country. Most of these commercial brands come frozen and are best when toasted. A precious few gluten-free bakeries make fresh bagels in-house—arguably worth some vacation time-off to travel for carbs.
new Cascadia traditional

New Cascadia Traditional

These bagels are crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside, just like a beautiful New York bagel. We recommend them enthusiastically. They deserve rave reviews. Until recently, you had to travel to Portland, Oregon, to taste them. New Cascadia now ships its bagels, baguettes and breads to your door (for a pretty penny).
trader Joes gluten-free bagels

Trader Joe’s Gluten Free Bagels

These store-brand bagels are remarkably similar to Udi’s, with a slightly crunchy outside and a soft bready texture on the inside. They’re less expensive than most mainstream bagel brands. If you have a Trader Joe’s near you, you’re in luck.

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Women-Reading-Tablet

A merging of communities

Hi everyone! I'm sure you may have noticed this site hasn't been updated in about a year. In case you weren't aware,...
Pesto Potato Salad

Vegan Pesto Potato Salad

Celiac Disease and Cancer

Cancer & Celiac Disease