Tag Archives: Gluten-free

Whole Grains Sampling Day: Oldways Quinoa with Ginger and Carrots

Today is Oldways Whole Grains Sampling Day, a day where we’re being encouraged to sample a variety of different whole grains. It’s a great time to expand your whole grain horizons and think about getting a variety of these tiny nuggets of goodness on to your menu. Too many of us tend to stick to […]

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Blueberry and Apple Muesli – a tasty way to enjoy oats

Here’s a delicious way to reap the health perks of oats, the January grain of the month. Combined with apple, blueberries and almonds and mixed with yogurt, this version of the Swiss Birchermüesli is great at breakfast or as a snack. As it requires at least an hour to soften, make it the night before […]

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Oats – so much more than just comfort food

Oats –the Whole Grains Council grain of the month Science continues to show how smart our mothers were back when they told us to eat our oatmeal just because it was good for us. Now decades later, a breakfast bowl containing oatmeal, which is chock full of soluble fiber and other top-notch nutrients, may be […]

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Za’atar Chickpeas and Butternut Squash with Halloom (Halloumi)

  Have you seen all the different types of winter squash in your marketplace? From acorn and butternut to pumpkin and spaghetti squash, there’s one for every day of the week and almost a second time around (about a dozen in total). They’re all packed with an assortment of nutrients, some of which vary according […]

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Do gluten digestive enzymes really work?

If you’re on a gluten-free diet, either because you have celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity, being able to once again eat gluten with no side effects is probably a dream to you. Can you imagine being able to simply pop a pill to break down the gluten in food? Some supplement makers would have […]

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Why you want to eat whole grains

If you’re not a fan of whole grains, there’s no better time to shake up your menu. Why now? For one, it’s Whole Grains Month, which is brought to you by the Oldways Whole Grains Council. But more importantly, there’s new research that offers some pretty compelling reasons to include whole grains. It wasn’t that […]

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A must have for gluten-free eaters: Gluten Free: The Definitive Resource Guide

  Going gluten-free can be an incredibly daunting task – even nowadays with all the information at your fingertips on the internet. It’s not just about reading labels and looking for ingredients you should avoid, but it’s about knowledge -the know-how you need to identify which foods and beverages contain gluten but also how to […]

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The most important thing you should do before you go gluten-free

  For some people to Take the Fight out of Food, the theme of this year’s Dietitians of Canada Nutrition Month,  means solving digestive woes.  As I mentioned in my last post, there are steps to take when it comes to ending food battles. These include: 1.  Spot the problem. Define what’s causing your fight […]

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