That’s right, kids. Way back in 2009, the year I started GFF, I reviewed a muffin mix from a new company called purely elizabeth. At that time, purely was brand new to the scene, the gluten free food “trend” was just starting to take off, and there were very few companies that were attempting to […]
(Thank you, Sean. Post today inspired by a friend asking me a question this morning.) As some of you may know, I’m back on the road bike. “What a long, strange trip it’s been…” Although I have been an active, athletic person most of my life (although a clumsy one, I cannot lie) I have […]
There are a couple of cool things to share today! Firstly, my friend Wendy who writes the excellent gluten free blog “Celiacs in the House” has been doing a series of posts called “In My Gluten Free Kitchen.” Today, you can find a video of MY gluten free kitchen as well as a video from Lillian […]
Yes, indeed. As I mentioned in my last post, things have been quite hectic in the household with health related issues, and then I had surgery on both knees last Friday. The surgery was to remove “loose bodies” (loose pieces of ick floating around that were getting stuck in painful spots) and assess the condition […]
Yes, I know I’ve been absent as of late. Here’s why: The last of my family just left yesterday, so it’s been a whirlwind of traveling, fun, and family. We were married on 10/10/10 (running joke-we had to choose an easy to remember date, since it took Jeff 5 years of dating and living together […]
Today I’m going to give you a bit of information about me, and what we’re going to be covering in the podcast. I’d love to hear your feedback about what you would like to hear about, so things will be flexible according to the feedback you give me!
-My history-my education, my fitness background, and my celiac diagnosis
-My philosophy –celiac disease as a gift, not a burden. Eating well to live well-importance of good food and the impact on our health, outlook and life quality.
-My goal for the podcast-to bring science based information and put it into a very fun and easy to understand format. To interview experts in the field and get their take on what they feel is important to know. To compile and explain information as it becomes known relating to gluten intolerance and celiac disease. To share my ideas of what can help you live a healthier live-and do it more easily. To answer questions and provide resources.