What if my local troop doesn’t carry the GF cookie I want? How can I get them online? Check out this new insight to get your hands on this year’s gluten free Girl Scout cookies.

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September 16th, 2014

Have you been asking yourself that question? When I worked at the Minnesota State Fair gluten free booth last month, I received that very pointed question from a few folks asking why they should go gluten free. I think they wanted me to sell them on the diet. They may have been surprised by my answer….

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New research looks at folks who test positive for a celiac marker but report no symptoms. If you have been around celiac disease enough, you know there are folks who say they never have felt symptoms despite being given a celiac or gluten-free diagnosis. Now research wants to know, whether a gluten-free diet helped these folks

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It can be hard enough when a doctor tells us we have to go on the gluten free diet for medical reasons. Your whole lifestyle is changing– no more impromptu dinners out, beer and pizza during the Super Bowl needs to be thought through again… But then comes along some naysayers to the gluten-free diet. They may not mean to be upsetting to you, but it can still happen. What to do?

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The end of Celiac Disease Awareness Month is coming. What did we learn and did we raise enough awareness? Also we explore some ideas on what you can do year ’round to help heighten the awareness for celiac disease.

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The Gluten-Free Living Conference promises to bring the pages of the magazine to life! Primo news and lifestyle education! Find out what the speakers are looking forward to and how you can track the conference even if you aren’t there.

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From research to support groups to books and apps, if you’re looking for some new gluten free resources, check out this list.

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Is the gluten free trend growing, waning or something in between? Experts chime in. In the last five years, gluten free foods have flourished into a multi-billion dollar business. If you have been doing gluten free for as long as our house has (nearly 14 years), during those “pre-trend” years I never would have imagined a Gluten Free Bisquick, egg rolls, ravioli, or a Tyson gluten free chicken nugget!
We have the trend, in part, to thank for the huge selection that has become available to us.

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Gluten made history in Google searches in 2013

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Since this website has started, I have reported on the gluten free trend for the upcoming year.  The popularity of the gluten free diet was on the rise when I started writing about it back in 2008.  This year gluten free is again on a list. HospitalityNet.org reported in early November that gluten free would be hot in the restaurant world for 2014.  Specifically it talked about gluten in a few areas of the restaurant and beverage industry: Beverage Trends:  gluten free beverages are on the minds of bartenders and mixologists Healthy food establishments are finally getting some love from customers. “More than one factor propels this profound market change:  the gluten-rejectors, Paleo people, diabetics, weight challenged, vegetarians, vegans…and two decades of hectoring by nutritionists, food Nazis and perhaps the first lady”. — Hospitalitynet.org’s quote…not mine. I am not a fan of the term “gluten rejectors” like it is a choice….”weight challenged” is not exactly flattering either. Gluten Free as a buzz word for 2014.  The report says the new popularity of the Paleo diet is adding fuel to the gluten free demand. The question I have, is will restaurateurs really OWN gluten free by not just making money off […]

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