Gluten-Free Blog


Ancient Grains 101: Omega-Salba

April 11, 2011 at 6:07 pm

From the little white seeds of the Slavia Hispanica L plant, comes the gluten free super food Salba.  Grown in the unspoiled Amazon Basin of Peru, Salba is a powerhouse of nutrition. The ancient Aztecs so highly regarded the tiny white seeds that they were considered more valuable than gold. Salba fortifies your body, helping […]   Read more »

Ancient Grains 101: Millet-Chia

April 11, 2011 at 5:36 pm

Millet and chia seeds are both ancient super foods that are beginning to play an important role in a healthy gluten free American diet. For thousands of years people all over the world have been reaping the benefits of these culinary powerhouses. Nutritionally rich and fiber-packed, millet and chia seeds deliver a tremendous nutritional boost […]   Read more »

the bread!

April 11, 2011 at 2:41 pm

I do not “need” to be gluten free, but many of my friend’s do. I was at a potluck lunch where there were many bread selections. I made sandwich on your rice bread without knowing what it was. Someone came up to me and said, “You know that is rice bread, don’t you?” I had […]   Read more »

Being a Gluten Free Athlete

April 8, 2011 at 9:19 pm

So I was doing some research on how someone who needs to be Gluten Free, might still enjoy their favorite sports, or activities on a Wheat free diet. I got a lot of great Nutritional and Diet Information, and found some really useful stuff. Id like to hear what you all have to say, and your experiences. […]   Read more »

Parents Impact Gluten Free Children

April 7, 2011 at 4:36 pm

In today’s world, young adults love their freedom, especially freedom from their parents; however a diagnosis of celiac disease at a young age can quickly limit that freedom. Often times, a local celiac association will see younger members show up as they seek to learn more about their newfound disease. Recently, a concerned mother contacted […]   Read more »

Hard to please kids

April 7, 2011 at 12:44 pm

My daughter started having rashes, upset stomach so much we brought her to the Doctor. My friend told me of Udi’s Gluten Free Foods because she had the same problems eating flour based foods. I bought some off brand of bread for my daughter to try she hated it something with ingreadents not made for […]   Read more »

Conclusions Drawn from BMC Medicine Article, “Divergence of Gut Permeability and Mucosal Immune Gene Expression in Two Gluten-Associated Conditions: Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity,” published on March 9, 2011 Many were interested in the blog posted by my colleague, Maeve Whelan-Wuest last Monday, March 21, 2011, so I have decided to follow up with more […]   Read more »

Gluten Free Baseball Season

April 5, 2011 at 7:53 pm

Spring is here!  The trees are budding, the flowers are sprouting, the winter coats have gone into storage, and most importantly…opening day has officially commenced the start of the baseball season.  At stadiums across the country people toasted America’s favorite pastime with ice cold cups of beer and foot long hot dogs piled high with […]   Read more »

 This past Saturday, April 2, Brandy Wendler was crowned Mrs. Alaska United States. As part of the Mrs. United States National Pageant, Brandy’s campaign, Living Without Grain, aims at raising Celiac Disease and Gluten Intolerance awareness. As the 2011 Mrs. Alaska, Brandy will devote her time to educating the public about the basics of Celiac Disease, […]   Read more »

I just ran this 1/2 marathon in Kansas City this past weekend and was pleasantly surprised to see Udi’s as one of the race sponsors! After the race, I was able to enjoy the usual banana along with some yummy blueberry muffin and bagel! Thank you Udi’s for being a sponsor this year….I am an […]   Read more »

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