Celiac disorder, like any other diseases that require dietary restrictions, can be challenging. However, this does not mean that people stricken with celiac disease are compelled to eat bland foods because of their sensitivity to gluten. FoodFacts.com is happy to dispel that perception and share this easy-to-make, healthy AND delicious gluten-free banana bread baked oatmeal muffins!
Spring allergies? Foodfacts.com has a wellness shot to help you combat the sneezes: turmeric tonic! This trendy superfood contains a decongestant compound, and acts as anti-histamine. It also has analgesic and anti-bacterial properties, which means, it is great in treating allergies!
Sure, it’s easy to get carried away with the aisles filled with bags of Valentine’s Day candy. Hey, you might even feel a little guilted into buying these indulgent treats. But be careful, some of these treats are filled with unhealthy ingredients, calories and fats. A chocolate free Valentine’s Day?? No, no, we aren’t suggesting that! But there are healthier Valentine’s Day treats and we tell you all about them in this video:
And remember, everything in moderation!
Check out health scores for your favorite candies here:
Most Foodfacts.com members and blog readers know that a healthy diet is an important weapon in the fight against disease. Often, the holidays are a time of overindulgences, stressors, and hurried schedules that can challenge healthy eating. Committed to encouraging healthful dietary choices, Texas Oncology adds another good-for-you holiday recipe to its easy-to-make, nutritious holiday collection – Gingerbread Granola. Low in sodium and high in fiber, Gingerbread Granola is packed with healthy ingredients like flax seeds, sunflower seeds, almonds, golden raisins, and dried apricots, making it a delicious and nutritious way to celebrate the season. Continue reading →
Here’s a good food allergy recipe for Wheat Free and Gluten Free Pizza Crust:
This crispy pizza crust tastes so delicious that your guests won’t know it’s wheat and gluten-free. You can hold a slice in your hand and it won’t crumble! You may also shape the dough into four individual pizzas. Continue reading →