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The Gluten Intolerance - GMO Connection
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Did you ever stop to wonder why it seems that so many people are diagnosed with gluten intolerance? I cannot think of a time in recent history when so many people seem to have either been formally diagnosed or self diagnosed as being “Gluten Intolerant”. It may be that we see gluten free products all over the marketplace. It may be that many of the labels you see boast that the contents are “gluten free”. But did you ever wonder why this seems to be so rampant?
Join me, Noreen, this week when I host the Homestead Honey Hour where we will be discussing the Gluten Intolerance ~ GMO connection . Phones will be open and you can call in with comments and/or questions. You can also be sure that there will be lots of interesting conversation when this train leaves the station!
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When it comes to gluten-free alcohol, many folks have questions about what is safe and truly gluten free. Jules answers your questions in this episode: Gluten Free Beer, Wine & Alcohol.
Myths about gluten in alcohol still abound, but gluten free expert Jules Shepard shares the facts so you can find and enjoy favorite drinks and rest assured they are gluten free.
Just in time for New Year's Eve festivities, you'll learn the difference between beer, naturally gluten-free beer, and gluten-reduced beer, as well as which liquors are gluten-free (even grain alcohol) and whether all wines are truly safe. Brands, new varieties and what to look for when hosting or enjoying a libation -- tune in and find out how to make your celebrations safe, merry and bright!
For more information, hop to Jules' article on gluten-free alcohol: https://gfjules.com/alcohol-gluten-free/
Each year cookie baking hopefuls from around the country compete in the Gluten Free Cookie Swap. The winners are chosen after the top 10 cookies compete in a taste-off. The winners will be announced here!
To review the hundreds of dollars in fantastic prizes up for grabs, go here: http://gfjules.com/cookie-swap/.
To view the cookie recipes submitted to the Gluten Free Cookie Swap, go to Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GlutenFreeCookieSwap/ or Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/gfJules/2015-gluten-free-cookie-swap/.
Many many thanks to our sponsors of this year's Gluten Free Cookie Swap: Zojiurushi, Cuisinart, Silpat, Le Creuset, Pascha Chocolate, Earth Balance, Enjoy Life Foods and my company, gfJules.
As we re-evaluate our eating habits and lifestyles with the new year, a plant-based diet is one that many are considering. Those who live gluten free may wonder if it's possible to derive enough nutrients from a plant-based diet, or whether they will be compromising on a further restricted diet.
Jules' guest on the show today is 2015 Gourmand World Cookbook Award Winning Author, Theresa Nicassio, author of YUM: Plant Based Recipes for a Gluten Free Diet. They will discuss the foundation of a healthy gluten free diet, plant-based alternatives and healing the body through food.
Tune in to learn how to control your health future with delicious food choices you make today, on this episode of The Gluten Free Voice Radio Show.
More information on Theresa Nicassio, PhD may be found on her website, www.yumfoodforliving.com.
Michelle McClintock, health and wellness coach, will help us understand:
What is Gluten?
What is Gluten intolerance vs Celiac?
How she lost weight on a gluten-free program?
What are the symptoms of gluten intolerance and why it affects us the way it does?
This week we are joined by Gluten Free School founder Jennifer Fugo to investigate the truths behind gluten-free foods, how to save money with savvy shopping and the surprising symptoms of gluten intolerance.
- The 'negative nutrient' cost of eating gluten that will hit you WORST at supermarket checkouts!
- Why we get such big cravings for gluten and what to do about them
- How to eat in the gluten-free world (without being boring)
Hosted by David White of Authentic Wellness Movement
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Cori talks with naturopath, Glen Depke, about Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Gluten Intolerance, two very troublesome disorders that are often pesky to diagnose and difficult to treat. Glen sheds some light on these issues - don't miss it! They're more common than you might think!
Preparing for Thanksgiving when you're gluten free can seem daunting. Gluten free expert Jules Shepard & her special guest, gluten free author and food allergy expert Colette Martin will take the stress out of it for you!
Jules has written the book on how to have a safe and tasty gluten-free Thanksgiving (ok, technically it was an e-book), and she and Colette have both published cookbooks full of delicious gluten free recipes to make this holiday as delicious and special as it should be. Join these accomplished gluten free bakers as they tackle your gluten free and food allergy fears and help you to enjoy a worry-free holiday centered on family and friends ... and of course great food.
Colette Martin's first book, Learning to Bake Allergen-Free: A Crash Course for Busy Parents on Baking without Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Soy or Nuts (The Experiment, June 2012) features detailed explanations, methods, and crash courses to take both experienced and inexperienced home bakers into the world of baking with alternative ingredients. Her newly-published second book, The Allergy-Free Pantry: Make Your Own Staples, Snacks, and More without Wheat, Gluten, Dairy, Eggs, Soy or Nuts (The Experiment, September 2014) features classic treats and pantry staples that can be made easily and affordably at home. Read more about her titles here.
To read more about Jules' cookbooks, her highly acclaimed book, The First Year: Celiac Disease and Living Gluten Free, and her many e-books (among them her Gluten Free Thanksgiving e-book) hop to her site here.
Gluten-free expert, author, coach and celiac advocate Jules Shepard hosts The Gluten Free Voice radio show offering news, interviews with intriguing guests, gluten-free baking tips & otherwise lively conversation.
This week Jules highlights gluten-free Halloween treats that will bring a smile to any child's face! She'll also introduce you to Alison St. Sure, celiac blogger & food allergy mom who annually publishes the list of GF/Allergy-Friendly Halloween goodies that Jules trusts most. Alison will share tips for contacting food manufacturers about ingredients & contamination, & her tips for a safe & tasty Halloween! (Link to Alison's 2015 list here: http://surefoodsliving.com/2015/10/halloween-candy-ingredient-guide-2015-for-gluten-food-allergies/)
Alison will share how she adapts her family's food to be not only gluten-free, but also dairy, soy, egg & nut-free. Alison documents her family's food adventures on her blog, SureFoodsLiving.com, which was one of the first gluten-free blogs. In addition to writing,
Connie Curtis is a gluten and food allergy specialist. She will talk about her story and how she was able to overcome food allergies.
Her website is - http://glutenandfoodallergyspecialist.com/
Dr. Kevin Passero and his special guest Dr. Tom O’Bryan will discuss the neurological underbelly of the gluten-free lifestyle – benefits, and dangers.
Dr. Tom O’Bryan is a nationally recognized speaker, workshop leader, healer, and researcher specializing in celiac disease and gluten intolerance. He is a highly esteemed clinician in treating chronic disease and metabolic disorders from a Functional Medicine perspective. He recently hosted the ‘The Gluten Summit – A Grain of Truth,’ bringing together 29 of the world’s experts on celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity.
For years, oats were considered unsafe for those with celiac disease and gluten sensitivity. Over time, we learned that oats in fact do not contain gluten, but they are so heavily contaminated during growth, cultivation, processing and packaging, that they almost always contain too much gluten to be considered gluten free under the FDA's new less than 20 parts per million of gluten standard.
Thankfully, some growers embraced the idea of a "purity protocol" whereby they would only grow oats on certain fields and they would harvest, process and package these oats apart from any gluten containing grain like wheat, barley and rye. These dedicated gluten free oats have offered a safe, high fiber, nutrient dense food to add into the gluten free diet.
Recently, some mainstream food manufacturers in the US have begun to offer oat-based products to GF consumers, sold as "mechanically separated" oats, not using the purity protocol. These products are said to test to less than 20ppm gluten and are being labeled as gluten free. Find out what this process entails, the current results of testing these products and the various opinions on its safety during this special episode on oats. Tune in to learn the difference between oats to decide what's safe for your diet and for your family.
Special guest: Seaton Smith of GF Harvest and Gluten Free Oats.