It’s been a busy week! “The Gluten Free Effect on Athletes-Improving Performance Through Diet” webinar was Tuesday night, presented by myself in conjunction with the NFCA and sponsored by Blue Diamond. (Yes, the almond people! How cool is that!) Almond butter is awesome. Almond butter is like a healthy person’s crack. Stuff is seriously addictive. [...]
Eating gluten free isn’t just reserved for those with celiac disease, and neither is eating grain free. Melissa Diane Smith, Author of “Going Against the Grain” and “Gluten Free Throughout the Year” is the guest for this episode of the Gluten Free Fitness and Wellness Podcast. Whether you have celiac disease or not, this episode has lots of great information for you to maintain your overall health and well being. Learn how going against the grain can be useful to more people than just those with celiac disease!
Questions and Answers! This week Erin answers some of the questions that were sent in. From the benefit of protein powders, to managing injury, and cooking in bulk, Erin shares her insights and experience with her listeners. All this and more on this installment of the Gluten Free Fitness and Wellness podcast.
Erin gets back into the swing of things in this episode of the Gluten Free Fitness and Wellness podcast. She reviews the proposed FDA guidelines for gluten free labeling, and discusses Tricia Thompson’s recent study that examined contamination in naturally gluten free grains. All this and more in this episode of the Gluten Free Fitness and Wellness Podcast.
After that very short hiatus, Erin gets back into the swing of things with a Q&A session of Q&A provided by the GFF community.
Answered this week are: -getting started with a healthier lifestyle, -portable and variable gluten free foods for life on the go, and dealing with multiple food sensitivities.
All of these questions, answers and more in the latest installment of the Gluten Free Fitness and Wellness Podcast!
GFF Podcast: Interview with Marlisa Brown, author of “Gluten Free, Hassle Free-A Simple, Sane, Dietician Approved Program for Eating your Way Back to Health”
Marlisa is multi-talented: she knows her way around a kitchen and packs as much goodness into her gluten free recipes as is humanly possible. She also educates individuals in how to maximize nutrition and live safely gluten free. Her recipes leave celiacs and non celiacs happy, nourished and always asking for seconds.
This week, Erin goes solo and talks about her latest outing to her local gluten free convention. Also, why a completely free event may not have been so beneficial to the more dedicated followers of gluten free trends, diets, and food products. Also discussed are some of the problems associated with dining out on a gluten free diet, how to keep your sanity, health and well being when recovering from injuries caused during exercise and fitness regimes. She reveals her technological shortcomings when it comes to facebook and asks listeners-would a facebook “fan page” be a helpful and fun place to hang out?
All this and more in the fifth installment of the Gluten Free Fitness and Wellness podcast!
In the final part of this three part interview, Erin Talks to Registered Nurse and Celiac, Shelly Stuart. They discuss the gluten filled and gluten free food alternatives,why gluten free processed foods aren’t always the best option, and they also talk about their hopes for the future regarding celiac testing and living a healthy, gluten free life. They also discuss and debunk the idea that eating gluten free has to be expensive.
So If you have been following the episodes so far then you don’t want to miss this final chapter of the Shelly Stuart interview. If you haven’t, why not take a listen to the previous podcasts for even more useful information from this well versed and extremely knowledgeable individual.
Erin again talks to registered nurse Shelly Stuart. In this episode we discuss Shelly’s daughter’s diagnosis of Celiac Disease, and how she handled issues like keeping her daughter content while other children around her were eating glutenous foods and treats. Also discussed in this episode are the diagnostic testing available for celiac disease, what each process involves, and what the pros and cons are of each method of testing.
This is part Two of a three part episode, be sure to listen to the first episode for even more information on dealing with celiac disease from diagnosis to a life without gluten. Part three coming soon!
In this weeks gluten free fitness and wellness podcast, Erin talks to registered clinical nurse Shelly Stuart about her experience as a celiac, how gluten affects celiacs from an easy to understand clinical view point, how she deals with celiac disease in her family. Shelly shares useful resources and information throughout this podcast so tune in to find out more. This episode is part 1 in a series of three, two more will follow in the coming weeks