Mom used to make potato pancakes when I was little. Wow, do I ever miss her sweet singing as she would hand grate the potatoes then fry them up in big batches. Mom always expressed her love for her family, and there was lots of love expressed through her cooking. I remember sometimes all we […]
Grains, starchy vegetables, sugar, and artificial sweeteners are not part of my bariatric diet! But they sure are central to a traditional Thanksgiving menu. So for many years I missed out on pumpkin pie, rolls, and tea breads. But nowadays I serve a sumptuous grain-free Thanksgiving. That’s because I learned about nut flours! Wonderful baked goods can be […]
Your Risk for Celiac Disease after Weight Loss Surgery Research shows that gluten intolerance and gluten sensitivity are on the rise after weight loss surgery. Acquired Celiac Disease, also known as Non-Celiac Gluten Intolerance, is the inability to digest gluten and can manifest as a consequence of weight loss surgery. According to the Mayo Clinic, while the exact cause is […]
Gluten-Free Popularity According to a recent Mintel report, the gluten-free market is fueled by dieters who seek health benefits. However, respected health professionals will tell you that going gluten-free is unhealthy and not recommended. Gluten is a protein found in wheat, barley, rye, and whole grain foods related to wheat such as bulgur, farro, kamut, spelt, triticale, […]
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