Does A Gluten Free Diet Cure Adult Acne?

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I love to talk to people that have quit eating a gluten free diet because I’m curious as to why they stopped. Was it because they didn’t enjoy the food? Was it too much trouble? or something else entirely? One answer that I often hear is that they quit eating gluten free because they weren’t […]

8 Benefits of a Gluten Free Diet

Why Gluten Free? 8 Benefits of a Gluten Free Diet Starting a gluten free diet (or restarting a gluten free diet) is no easy challenge. There is much to learn, mental hurdles to be cleared, and new tasks to do. Nevertheless, the benefits of a gluten free diet make this challenge worth the time and […]

Guest Post: New Mom Saves $93 On Her First Grocery Shopping Trip After Reading With or Without Coupons

I asked Patti Laurens, author of With or Without Coupons: How To Save 50% or More At The Grocery Store to write a case study of how someone has used With or Without Coupons to save money. Below is a quick story about one of her friend’s first shopping trips after receiving With or Without […]

Can I Save On Groceries If I am Gluten Free, Egg Free, Corn Free, etc?

Very few people who are gluten free are only gluten free. I know that many of my readers are actively avoiding two or three or fifteen different foods. That sucks! Having to avoid multiple ingredients makes everything about eating more difficult. It’s harder to find groceries, it’s harder to find recipes, it’s harder to eat. […]

The With or Without Coupons Guarantee

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My testing and implementation of the strategies from the ebook, With or Without Coupons, continues. We are headed out of St. Louis tomorrow and will be staying at a rural RV resort for a few weeks. Friends have forewarned us that there are no stores nearby for grocery shopping, so I stocked up today. I […]

How I Saved 43% Without Coupons on Gluten Free Groceries

I confessed last week that I’m not a good budget grocery shopper. I am a good cook. That’s why my business is all about cooking….not grocery shopping =) Over the past few years, we have seen how graciously God has provided money for our gluten free food purchases. And, although I know He will provide […]

Gluten Free Groceries for $1/lb

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Confession here: I’m not good at budget grocery shopping. However, I do want to be a good steward with our money and our income is variable, so I’ve decided that I need to get some help =) Help for me has come in the form of a grocery shopping coach – Patti Laurens. I had […]

Lose Weight, Improve Energy Levels, and Feel Great: Three Variations On The Standard Gluten Free Diet

There’s often a lot of confusion about starting a gluten free diet. Most people, when they’re interested in eating gluten free, look up “gluten”, find out that’s it’s contained in wheat, and they figure all they need to do is avoid wheat in their diet. Then they hear that gluten might be in other grains […]

Day 10 On The Primal Diet – Playing Around With Intermittent Fasting

Today is day 10 on our 30 day Primal Diet experiment, and I’m feeling great. What surprising about that is the fact that I haven’t had anything to eat all day long. It’s currently 2:45 pm and all I’ve had today is some coffee and a couple liters of water. (We’re in south Texas and […]

Do We Really Need Gluten Free Soap? Yeah, Maybe So

I’ll admit this up front: When I first heard of gluten free soap, my reaction was, “What… really? Do we really need gluten free soap? Soap??” I mean, I’m usually the first person in the room to suggest a gluten free diet for someone suffering from IBS, stomach problems or any sort of chronic illness […]

Omission – A New Gluten Free Beer

It’s no secret that beer is one of my favorite things. Besides pizza, it was probably the thing I missed most about going on a gluten free diet, and I was seriously pumped a few years back when Anheuser-Busch started making Redbridge. Since then, there have been several more gluten free beers released in the […]

The First Gluten Free Baking Challenge Was A Lot Of Fun!

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The first Bake Gluten Free Challenge ended on May 7th and it was a resounding success! I had so much fun reading the entries and looking at the photos that I’ve compiled a bunch of them here for you to read too. Sahra White is the winner of the Bake Gluten Free Challenge and she’ll […]

Is Chicken Gluten Free? Finding Gluten Free Meats and Beans

Trying to make gluten-free versions of meals that normally contain wheat flour, or another source of gluten, is time-consuming. Personally, it’s not the sort of thing that I generally want to tackle during the week. I want something that can best be described as a quick meal or easy meal. For that reason (and a […]

10 Ways to Accidentally Gluten Yourself at Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving is full of gluten-filled landmines. If this is your first Thanksgiving on a gluten free diet, you might not realize the challenge that awaits you. Read this list and make sure you’re ready to stay gluten free this Thanksgiving. Even if you’re not new to the gluten free diet, a refresher of the potential […]

Staying On a Gluten Free Diet: Why Am I Not Feeling Better

I received a lot of encouraging feedback on my post on The 10 Reasons You’re Not Staying On a Gluten Free Diet so I wanted to follow up that up with a moreindepth discussion. I’ll start out with Reason #10 and work my through them as time (and your interest) allows. Here’s an excerpt from […]