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Hindered Hostess and g-f awareness
Monday, April 22, 2013      1 comments

Oh my gluten-free cross- contamination spectrum got a big challenge during the spring holiday season of peanut butter cookies and other classic homemade treats. I have safe gluten-free thinking and action plans in place in my household. I can he... Read more
Gluten and Me 5 years later
Sunday, March 24, 2013      1 comments

I am not a celiac from doctors’ description of my condition just an intolerant. My hindsight has uncovered, since finding how my body responds to gluten, a lot of intolerance of many other things. Here are the events that opened my eyes… I sto... Read more
Human Food Project
Friday, August 31, 2012      2 comments

Take a peek and join the info world with facts for better internal living. My facts are courtesy shared from the Gluten Intolerance Group emailed newsletter.
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Help for the 600 pounder's Friend.
Tuesday, April 10, 2012      4 comments

Oh Friend, I see your dilemma. I think I see it from the other side. You said… One of my closest friends and prayer partner is lost in her physical disabilities right now, and those problems, diabetes, and bad circulation in her legs, are b... Read more
a thyroid Newsletter with a slant of WTS
Saturday, January 21, 2012      2 comments

In a recent newsletter from a thyroid specialist I came across some ways that others are thinking. I wish to perceive the advice as encouraging not name calling and lowering. I digress for a word association to un-scare a mental old recording... Read more
Ode to a Big Sprig of Parsley Leaf
Sunday, January 01, 2012      0 comments

The magic is partly in the characteristics of a green food versatile through time. Today it is propagated in thirty commercial varieties of the Apiaceae family, the carrot family, as stated in retail detail. You can call it a basic vegetal mater... Read more
Mangy Manger Major Message
Sunday, December 18, 2011      2 comments

It is an honor to be in possession of the almost seven decade’s mature barn. It is a classic design using removable barn doors and window shutters that swing closed; mine was made by a prior generation of Christmas celebrators in a young perspec... Read more
Iodine quandary
Thursday, December 15, 2011      0 comments

No wheat? No iodine, too? Where are the wheat iodine quotes? Given up wheat? Contemplating a switch from common table or kosher salt to the popular fine milled sea salt varieties? Has it been suggested to cut back on dairy foods? The motives c... Read more
Apparatus for Joy
Sunday, December 11, 2011      0 comments

I have fond memories where anticipation was built around similar discussions and open forum tools of the common suggestion box. My Mom would clear away the first of many seasonal magical meals on Sunday or after the Thanksgiving Day feast. The c... Read more
A Holiday White, please!
Sunday, December 11, 2011      0 comments

A favorite beverage when asked is roughly low cal (a touch of honey for cough) or no cal with no artificial anything. Usually the hot white tea (mould like wine) with sprinkles of cinnamon and nutmeg is a hit. And sometimes I do an additional sh... Read more
Holiday goals-holiday limits
Saturday, December 10, 2011      0 comments

To stay within budgets; to not go beyond my own healthy money and energy spending limits; stay away from temperature extremes by covering before opening the door to go out. To think of others instead of my recent years of standoffish ‘I am in... Read more
Pieces of eight tale for breathers or Oh, BOOP
Wednesday, October 19, 2011      0 comments

I appreciate the doctors and scientists that express honeyed phrases in scientific publications like ‘A rise in the antioxidant, Super-Oxide Dismutase, SOD’. And you have gotta have a sense of humor to use the acronym, BOOP, short for bron... Read more
IgE is high in this one Allergy Cell Warriors - A Pieces of Eight Tale
Monday, October 17, 2011      0 comments

That IgE is a dozy of a major antibody! It is seen as a misnomer dominating fighter in allergic people. Is IgE different from the others, you ask? IgE works on a buddy system by joining with mast cells to attack foreign invaders. IgE is an acron... Read more
Sugar with side-effects you want Piece of Eight tale
Tuesday, October 11, 2011      2 comments

Sweeter than sugar with fewer calories, xylitol can come from birch trees, oats, berries, mushrooms, corn husk, cane bagasse, or other fruits and vegetables, and birch. Xyl (on)-Greek for wood- itol suffix, (zi-li-tol). It is currently used in c... Read more
Mannose, the royalty of trace sugars-a pieces of 8 tale-
Sunday, October 09, 2011      4 comments

Mannose is the foundation sugar. It is made of carbon based body loving saccharide. Responsible for nearly all cell actions and cell to cell interactions; it passes ‘intact’ directly into the blood stream from the upper gastrointestinal wall. Th... Read more

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