Picky Bars. What a great name for a product, right? I not only love the name, but the front of the package says “It’s freaking science, dude.” When I first learned of Picky Bars, I knew they would be a product that I would be interested in. Not only were they gluten- and dairy-free, but [...]
Okay, kind of wordless – these are on sale at Meijer this week for $1.50 (half off – 8 waffles in a box). How many boxes did I buy?
I’ll share the answer tomorrow.
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The Summer Olympics shed a new light on gluten-free athletes. Over the past year or two there have been several athletes in the news touting the gluten-free lifestyle, though not always due to Celiac Disease. I love to hear about these athletes, not only because I am a runner, but because it always fascinates me [...]
Saturday, September 15, 2012 was my 9th half marathon. My goal for 2012 was to run 5 half marathons this year and that was #4 for 2012. My last (#5 for the year and #10 total) is on October 21, 2012 here in Columbus.
The Air Force Half Marathon was held in Dayton, Ohio. [...]
A couple of weeks back I began a series on the Gluten Free Lunch Box. Today the spotlight is on Do More Bars. These bars are a healthier gourmet version of the traditional crispy rice treats that you make at home, or the pre-packaged variety that aren’t gluten-free.
More about Do More Bars:
Waffles make a quick and easy breakfast for both Jon and me. It doesn’t take much time to toss a couple of frozen waffles right into the toaster over while brewing coffee in my Keurig or slicing up some fruit. Frozen Guru makes waffles that are free from:
gluten flour eggs lactose yeast oil preservatives [...]
Today is Celiac Disease Awareness Day. I thought this would be a great time to share some basic information on Celiac Disease and the gluten-free diet to help those newly diagnosed or looking for a possible diagnosis or answers to their health problems.
One of the best places to start is the National Foundation for [...]