Tag: gluten free

Recipe: Pomegranate Candy

Jan

26

Recipe: Pomegranate Candy

Valentine’s day is coming up in a couple of weeks and most people indulge in sugary candies or give them as gifts to their loved ones. What if you could quickly make heart-shaped candies that are also good and healthy for you? Pomegranate Candy Ingredients: 1 cup finely shredded unsweetened dried coconut 1 cup macadamia […]

Continue Reading

Recipe: Superfood Brownies

Jan

18

Recipe: Superfood Brownies

This week’s recipe is very yummy. It’s from my “Desserts – Making It Rich Without Oil” e-book, and everyone loves it when I bring it to parties. I am also including instructions on how to make it low-glycemic in case your blood sugar is sensitive to dates. Superfood Brownies Ingredients: 2 cups de-stemmed kale, lightly […]

Continue Reading

Recipe: Spicy Tomato Green Soup

Aug

10

Recipe: Spicy Tomato Green Soup

Spicy Tomato Green Soup Summer harvest is beginning, and what’s summer without delicious in-season tomatoes fresh from the garden? Enjoy this simple and delicious summertime recipe, Spicy Tomato Green Soup (raw, vegan, gluten free).   Ingredients: 4 tomatoes 1 head kale 1 lemon, juiced 1 teaspoon dried basil 1 sliver jalapeno 1/4 small onion Directions: […]

Continue Reading

Radio Show: Gluten’s Gotta Go!

Jul

18

Radio Show: Gluten’s Gotta Go!

Host and Guest: Lynn DeBuhr Johnson interviews Diane Letchworth, CGP In this show you’ll learn: Why it’s important to be gluten-free, even if you don’t have Celiac disease What the different tests are that you can use for gluten sensitivity What gluten sensitivity means, and why it’s not a fad   Check Out Health Podcasts […]

Continue Reading

Radio Show: Gluten and the Danger It Presents for Our Children (Encore Presentation)

Aug

17

Radio Show: Gluten and the Danger It Presents for Our Children (Encore Presentation)

Host and Guest Speaker Host: Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo In this show you’ll learn: How gluten affects the brains of children How a gluten-free diet can be used therapeutically for neurodevelopment problems What the underlying imbalance in a child’s brain is, and the solutions to use that don’t involve drugs   Listen to the replay: Popular […]

Continue Reading

Summertime and the Livin’ is Easy

Jul

7

Summertime and the Livin’ is Easy

It’s summer!  It is a time of luxurious growth, a time to wake up early in the morning and reach to the sun for the same nourishment it gives to our garden.  We can work, play, travel, be joyful, and grow as we spend more time outside with ourselves, as well as others.  The bounty […]

Continue Reading

Radio Show: The Many Faces of Gluten (Encore Presentation)

Jun

21

Radio Show: The Many Faces of Gluten (Encore Presentation)

Posted by 1 Comment

Host and Guest Speaker   Host: Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo In this show you’ll learn: The symptoms of gluten intolerance to determine if that might be the cause of what ails you (Hint: It might not be what you thought) What gluten is and where you will find it – including your health and beauty aids […]

Continue Reading

Gluten: Not Even a Milligram

Apr

23

Gluten: Not Even a Milligram

Posted by 3 Comments

You probably know by now how I feel about including gluten grains in your diet.  I have even been called The Glutenator.  I take that as a complement. I have seen people with brain fog find clarity almost immediately after eliminating gluten from their diets.  I’ve had a client that was able to significantly decrease […]

Continue Reading

TheTop Ten Foods that Reduce Inflammation

Jan

29

TheTop Ten Foods that Reduce Inflammation

Study after study is now coming to light that inflammation in the body is a major cause for nearly every health issue–or at least contributes to making it worse. Heart disease, cancer, auto-immune, fibromyalgia, and chronic pain are all closely tied to inflammation. The good news is that inflammation can be significantly reduced and even […]

Continue Reading

7 Ways to Use Ginger to Heal Pain and Inflammation

Jan

16

7 Ways to Use Ginger to Heal Pain and Inflammation

Ginger is a tasty spice with several health benefits.  Studies show this uniquely flavored root is a potent antioxidant, and is able to prevent or slow atherosclerosis, lower LDL (the ‘bad’ cholesterol) and ease stomach distress. But it is also naturally anti-inflammatory, making it a great food for those who deal with the chronic pain […]

Continue Reading

3 Simple Ways To Eliminate Pain And Inflammation with Food

Jan

2

3 Simple Ways To Eliminate Pain And Inflammation with Food

While drugs can provide you temporary relief, they are not without side effects. Try these simple tips and as your body comes back into balances, inflammation will become a thing of the past.

Continue Reading

Your Brain on Gluten: It’s Not a Pretty Picture!

Sep

24

Your Brain on Gluten: It’s Not a Pretty Picture!

Gluten has a long-standing association with damaging inflammation. If you’re eating gluten grains, you’ll have a gluten brain. Find out what that means.

Continue Reading

Radio Show: Gluten-free Gems: Easy solutions that save you time, money and protect your health

Sep

23

Radio Show: Gluten-free Gems: Easy solutions that save you time, money and protect your health

Have you been considering going “gluten-free” but not sure where to begin? Are you a bit confused with the conflicting information about gluten intolerance, gluten insensitivity, and Celiac disease? Do you wonder how you can tell if you have a gluten sensitivity and if you even should be going gluten-free? These are very common questions, […]

Continue Reading

Recipe: Kale Salad with Lime Sesame Marinade

Sep

6

Recipe: Kale Salad with Lime Sesame Marinade

Enjoy this delicious kale salad by adding your own toppings or as is. Sesame seeds add  bone strengthening power to this highly nutritious green salad. Kale Salad with Lime Sesame Marinade Ingredients: 1 head kale, shredded or chopped into small pieces 1 teaspoon sea salt 1 teaspoon sesame oil 1 lime juiced 2 tablespoons sesame […]

Continue Reading

Recipe: Wild and Sour Green Smoothie (low glycemic)

Aug

29

Recipe: Wild and Sour Green Smoothie (low glycemic)

This delicious and simple green smoothie is low glycemic and can be eaten as a snack or meal replacement. Wild and Sour Green Smoothie Ingredients: 3 cups grapefruit juice, fresh 3 cups collard greens 1 1/2 cup dandelion greens 1 bunch cilantro 1 cup Napa cabbage 1 handful of chickweed (or sprouts if not available) […]

Continue Reading