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Bill O’Reilly uses the “factor tip” segment to recommend a gluten free diet and discuss how it has improved his life. Bill goes on to say that his gluten free diet has increased his energy, reduced his cholesterol and eliminated stomach issues. He recommends the diet to people and emphasizes how Americans consume too much wheat products. We are happy to have Bill O’Reilly supporting the community and promoting the lifestyle. Thanks from www.Gfreely.com
I’m not much of a golfer, but I love a good competition. (Not to mention a little interoffice banter on the green.) And what better charity and foundation to sponsor than the Kicking 4 Celiac Foundation! We had such a great time at the 5K a few weekends ago, that I know this event will be entertaining and well received by the gfree community.
Now if only I could find a good golf pro to hone my skills…
Check out the event and register!
Review of Dogfish Head’s Gluten Free Ale over at Celiac and The Beast blog. Check it out. I used to love dogfish head ale and am super excited to try this out!!
My love letter to Dogfish Head: I love you Dogfish Head – craft brewers make my heart sing. I love you for making Tweason’ale. Tweason’ale, you taste like strawberries and sorghum and honey and caring. You taste like beer (kind of)…
I’m new to the gfree diet scene, so when I went to make a delicious treat for an office birthday, I didn’t venture too far from the box. Actually, I didn’t event get past the dreaded box. I have high confidence in my culinary skills, but was scared to death of messing up a gluten free recipe with cross contamination or the wrong oil or some other thing I didn’t think about. So I ended up making Arrowhead Mills boxed gluten free brownies.
“A box you say?!” I know, I know! It’s almost a sin in my kitchen, but these turned out wonderfully! The brownies stayed moist, too. Very chocolaty and just a delight!
I stared at the cake mixes at Whole Foods for a solid 20 minutes before making my selection, so here’s the link to save you some time:
If you need a quick dessert or don’t have your culinary big girl pants on, give these a shot and you won’t be disappointed.
I was so excited to wake up this morning to something in the news other than the debt crisis of Spain and more speculation about what the executives of J.P. Morgan knew/didn’t know about risky trading. Right there on the front page - pointing me to the last section, of course - was the Wall Street Journal headline “Allergy Free Dining.” YAY!
We all know dining out can be complicated — was my food prepared next to the bread that was cut for his sandwich? was this fried in the same fryer as those onion rings?
It’s good to see that the gfree lifestyle is making mainstream headlines and educating the public about what we face when dining out.
Ultimately, I agree with the argument that when anyone walks into a restaurant they are risking their health. But when the restaurant tries to make it easier for someone with allergies to enjoy the experience, we can’t complain. We should patronize those eateries and encourage others to do the same.
Still not convinced you’re ready to eat out with your gfree allergy? Check out gfreely.com and discover new recipes straight to your door.
What a weekend! On what could have been considered a lazy Sunday morning for many, over 150 runners and walkers gathered in Oyster Bay to make a difference in the lives of those who have Celiac disease, and Gfreely was a part of it.
It was such a great time to be part of the gfree community. The energy was alive and our team really enjoyed speaking to the race participants. Each had a story to tell and we were happy to listen and gather feedback about what makes the gfree community so great.
One runner even included us in her blog! A special thanks to Lindsey. Check out her blog post: http://youngwildandgfree.wordpress.com/
Dr. Oz and Dr. Roizen: “If you suffer digestive distress, get tested for celiac.”
Our March shipment had a wonderful assortment of healthy products from across the U.S. Most of this month’s products came from the Western United States. Our featured brands were Halfpops and Caveman foods, both of whom supplied us with delicious gluten-free options this month. See the image below for more details.