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Welcome to CeliacDisease.Tips

Hello everyone!  Welcome to Celiacdisease.tips.   I created this blog because I have Celiac Disease myself ,and wanted to inspire others with Celiac disease and gluten sensitivity, to thrive and not just survive with the disease. On this Blog you will find recipes with photos from many categories.  Thoughts and suggestions offered to assist you in choices…

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Visit NW Mind Body Spirit Connection Event Jan 20, 2018

Visit the NW Mind Body Spirit Connection Event Jan 20, 2018 at the Lynnwood Convention Center, Lynwood WA. Start your year off right! Meet the region’s top experts in holistic health and well-being at this fun and interactive day of learning and inspiration. Learn about topics ranging from organic farming and mindful meals to feng…

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Welcome to CeliacDisease.Tips

Hello everyone!  Welcome to Celiacdisease.tips.   I created this blog because I have Celiac Disease myself ,and wanted to inspire others with Celiac disease and gluten sensitivity, to thrive and not just survive with the disease. On this Blog you will find recipes with photos from many categories.  Thoughts and suggestions offered to assist you in choices…

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Gluten Free Veal Piccata

Veal Piccata is something my family made once in a while, when I was growing up.  It was more popular back then probably because it was so good, and it was cultural. I’m not sure why we don’t see as much of it today, but it’s still a favorite of my family . Due to…

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Gluten Free Veal Parmesan with Meatballs in Marinara Sauce

Italian Veal or Chicken Parmesan with meatballs and marinara dinner! In this recipe I often use boneless chicken breast in place of veal if I can’t find the veal. The recipe would be exactly the same with chicken instead of veal. On Christmas day this year I made both along with Italian meatballs on the…

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The frustrations of true Celiac disease and the complications that arise from it.

Ever feel Frustrated with this disease?  Well, crap, I do!  And it’s hard because I’m such a social person who likes to have a good time. I grew up in a family of really great Italian cooks, and we loved to cook and eat together. Loved the social gatherings!     But…………..  there’s that darn but!  There’s…

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Gluten Free Mexican Turkey Lasagna

A friend of mine came to visit to help me one evening, and I asked her if she could surprise me with a new idea for a Gluten free recipe. Here’s what she came up with. It was delicious and not hard to make. So here is Summer Myers and her recipe. Most people look…

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Homemade Gluten free Italian Pizza

So this is a simple recipe and doesn’t take very long to prepare. It especially doesn’t take long to prepare if you have a friend or family member to do it with. Getting a pre-mix for the Pizza dough also saves time. I recently invited a friend over for dinner while my husband was away…

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Suggestions and herbs you can take for the flu!

Everyone dreads that awful season that is upon us now. Yes, it’s the flu season! While winter time can be a happy time with the holidays, family gatherings, snow activities etc. There is an epidemic that comes each year that threatens to keep us down for weeks. Well there are ways to cut the duration…

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Pharmaceutical Medications and Celiac Disease

I recently ran into a problem with a medication prescribed for me by my doctor.  The medication itself was right, but there was something in it that made me sick. And it felt like a gluten reaction. I called my pharmacist and they weren’t able to determine from the label what fillers were in the…

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Studies Differentiate Celiac Disease from Gluten Sensitivity

Recently, my nutritionist Karl Mincin, sent me these two articles on how Italian and U.S. Researchers differentiate between Celiac Disease, which is an autoimmune disease, and Gluten sensitivity which is just that, a sensitivity to it. Which means it’s possibly, not as dangerous, but sure is aggravating!   The research is very interesting, and it suggests, how…

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Depression and Celiac Disease

Recently, I was reading an article about depression and Celiac disease. It spoke of the high incidence of depression in Celiac patients and the high suicide rate that goes along with it. The way the article was written, it made it seem as though individuals with Celiac are stuck with depression and mood disorders with…

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