Just because were gluten-free doesnt mean we dont love a good deal! Weve asked around and here are some great deals from our gluten-free and food-allergy friends. Have a great deal or see one? Email email@example.com and well add it!
The Institute for Integrative Health's new pop-up market and wellness expo,In Good Health Holiday Market & Wellness Expo, is in Baltimore at the Institute for Integrative Health on Saturday, November 18th.It's the perfect place to begin your season of gratitude and joy. Proceeds benefit The Institute for Integrative Health community programs.
The Food Allergy Bloggers Conference - the blogger and consumer advocacy conference for those managing food allergies or celiac disease - was this past weekend in Denver, CO and Gluten Free & More magazine was there to learn and share with attendees. Each attendee received the Aug/Sept and Oct/Nov 2017 issue of Gluten Free & More magazine in their swag bag!
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We just love the new Schar Gluten Free Artisan Baker 10 Grains & Seeds Bread. Its really soft, a little sweet, and hearty - full of quinoa seeds, flax seeds, psyllium seed, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, millet flour, buckwheat flour, quinoa flour, amaranth flour, and chia seeds. Weve made this healthier Pumpkin Bananas Foster Recipe with the Artisan Bakery 10 Grains & Seeds Bread so that you can enjoy a gluten-free pumpkin spice treat guilt-free!
On a 7-day work trip, it's almost impossible to take all of your food with you. You can only live on gluten-free bars and coffee-pot heated oatmeal for so long. Unlike vacations, where you generally get to choose your own dining locations, work trips are harder. Business dinners and luncheons are often catered, or at restaurants outside of your own choosing. While you could avoid eating at every meal, it's often easier to eat than facing the myriad of questions about why you're not eating. But unknown restaurants and unknown catering is dangerous for a celiac or a gluten-free eater. Follow along on how we navigated a long work trip with the help of Nima.
Anna Sobaski experienced first-hand the debilitating discomfort and fatigue associated with Celiac Disease, and the difficulty in finding a tasty and nutritious gluten-free bread. With the double whammy of also having type-1 diabetes, and being a lover of all things food, Anna made it her personal goal to develop gluten-free bread with both the taste and nutrition of a whole wheat bread.