Gluten-Free Tips 5 results
  • Oh Mega Mix – Foods That Heal

    I’m hosting, this month’s Go Ahead Honey, It’s Gluten-Free and the theme is Foods That Heal. Since the diagnosis of Pete’s celiac disease and Callum’s food sensitivities, I have witnessed first hand, the power of food. It has incredible healing powers. Nutrition has quickly become one of my passions, and one of the main reasons why I’m studying to become a Registered Holistic Nutritionist. I’ve been learning a lot about the importance of essential fatty acids (EFAs). ...
  • Gluten-Free and Vegan Apple Bread

    Easy Apple Bread – Gluten-Free and Vegan When I was doing my Teacher's Education I lived in Vancouver, British Columbia. At the same time, my good friend Amy was doing her Masters on Vancouver Island in Victoria, B.C. These were the days. We had so much freedom and we were, in a way, finding ourselves out West while accomplishing higher education. Perfect, no? Amy and I would get together on the weekends; she would ride the ferry to Vancouver or I would ride the ferry to Victoria. It ...
  • Tips for Back to School: Fueling the Brain for Learning

    It's the most wonderful time of the year. Have you seen that commercial?  It drives me nuts.  The kids are miserable and the father is skipping down the aisles of a business supply store with a gigantic smile on his face.  Do our kids really feel that terrible about going back to school?  And do we get that excited about the hectic school year? Callum goes to school September of 2011 so I won't know for another year, and that is just fine with me!  If I've learned anything from ...
  • Raising Gluten-Free Kids

      Raising gluten-free kids is a lot easier than you might think. My husband was diagnosed with Celiac Disease six years ago, so we’re pretty used to living gluten-free. In fact, I’d say we’re almost pro. We’ve learned how to eat out, travel, and wade through the gluten-eous world we live in. Our 3 year-old son Callum, was diagnosed with a gluten, egg, and dairy intolerance eight months ago. That changed life a lot, because now we had a child with a gluten intoler...
  • Summer Holidays With Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free Kids (Kale Chips too)

    We tend to do a lot of travelling in the Summer.  Usually just short road trips, but being gluten-free and dairy-free still requires planning on short travels. We recently spent a lot of our week away at the beach and it was so much fun!  The kiddies loved being by the water, playing in the sand, and swimming the days away. I decided to share some of my traveling tips with you - it's not easy traveling with allergy kids and adults.  Makes for some serious planning and ...