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Celiac Disease

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  • Dining scene: From zucchini puttanesca to salmon tartare

    Dining scene: From zucchini puttanesca to salmon tartare
    Fresh First 1637 SE 17th St., Fort Lauderdale, 954-763-3344, FreshFirst.com Chef Mary Siragusa and her daughter, pasty chef Francesca Siragusa, have opened an organic eatery and juicery billed as gluten, corn and peanut-free in the Quay Plaza. The...
  • Specialty food store set to open

    Specialty food store set to open
    Pam MacDonald’s answer to the scarcity of gluten-free products will open its store doors in three weeks on West Magnolia Boulevard. When it opens, it will become the largest such store in the nation, representatives said. Pam MacD’s Gluten...
  • Asthma & allergies research roundup

    Asthma & allergies research roundup
    First-born child? Sorry about that. The likelihood of food allergies shrinks the lower down in your family birth order your are, according to a study out of Kyoto University in Japan. Surveying of the parents of 13,000 children between ages 7 and 15,...
  • Steve and Johnnie Show Schedule for January 24-28th, 2011

    So, just how much of the Internet do we inhabit? Well, in addition to this blog, some of the other places we hang out in cyberspace include on SteveAndJohnnie.com, on Facebook, on Twitter, on the SteveAndJohnnieShow's Channel on YouTube, on our Yahoo...
  • The price of 'free' foods

    The price of 'free' foods
    "Free-from" food products, whether they're labeled sugar-free, fat-free or gluten-free, are fast becoming a trendy lifestyle choice, regardless of allergies or intolerance. The popularity of these products, tastier and more widely available than ever, is...
  • Doubts cast on food intolerance testing

    Doubts cast on food intolerance testing
    According to one lab that tests for "toxic food syndrome," eating green peppers may cause bloating or lethargy. Lemons might trigger headaches. Other common foods like corn, soy, egg whites, whey and chicken "may act like a poison in your body," the...
  • Common intolerance myths

    Common intolerance myths
    If you're considering a food intolerance test, read the company's marketing materials with a critical eye. A quick scan of websites selling food intolerance tests revealed some inaccurate statements. Here are some of the most common: Claim: Food...
  • Frustrated by gluten-free products, a father turns to walnuts

    Frustrated by gluten-free products, a father turns to walnuts
    When La CaƱada Flintridge resident Oliver Kolevski’s 11-year-old son, Max, was diagnosed with gluten and lactose intolerances a year ago, he had a hard time finding healthy foods for him to eat. “I had to find a way to send my son to school,...
  • Vanessa Milio - CEO of Harford County Chamber of Commerce

    Vanessa Milio - CEO of Harford County Chamber of Commerce
    After spending seven years as director of the Harford County Public Library Foundation, Vanessa Milio recently took over the reigns of the county's chamber of commerce earlier this year and became the organization's first female CEO. “As a leader,...
  • Is going gluten-free good for you?

    Is going gluten-free good for you?
    Henry Hunt said goodbye to gluten not because a doctor told him to, but because — like so many others — he decided he was better off without it. "I diagnosed myself," he says, "because I'm really in tune with my body." The Baltimore...
  • Gluten-Free Diet Craze: Booming

    Gluten-Free Diet Craze: Booming
    Grocery stores are packed with gluten-free products--the U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that gluten-free revenues will reach 2- billion dollars this year. Why the sudden explosion of gluten-free products? The answer may come from the...