Gluten-Free and Resistant Starch Flours: Have Your Cake and Eat It Too!

Gluten-Free and Resistant Starch Flours: Have Your Cake and Eat It Too!
Sourdough bread, buns, pastries, cakes, pancakes, muffins ......... Is your mouth watering yet?

If you have been newly introduced to the gluten-free lifestyle, you may be wondering if you will ever be able to eat some of your favorite bakery items again. Well....no worries! I have been avoiding gluten for many, many years and I am still learning how to cook and bake gluten-free.
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Leaky Gut: Top 5 Myths

Leaky gut syndrome is a condition that millions of people are struggling with and often don’t even know it. It’s a staggering statistic but it actually affects about 80-90% of people today, and the symptoms affect the whole body not just the digestive system. 
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Protect Yourself From The Effects Of "Oxidative Stress"

What is Oxidative Stress?  What are the symptoms? How can it be prevented? 
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Identify Your Triggers - Fragrances

No doubt most of you have seen the reports about the dangers of second-hand (cigarette) smoke.  The past few years a newsecond-hand smoke” has jumped to the forefront .... it only takes an hour of burning a candle to have the same effect as smoking one cigarette. 

Figuring out what "second-hand smoke" triggers your symptoms, is key to getting on the road to wellness.
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Root Causes of Histamine Intolerance and How To Manage Them

Histamine is normally produced by your body.  In normal amounts it helps with circulation, focus, digestion.  It serves as a warning sign when something "not normal" happens to your body such as redness and swelling when stung by a bee.  Or, when your eyes are itchy and watery and your nose is running because there is pollen in the air.  In fact, it is actually involved in most functions of your body from breathing, to hormones, to your brain and even anxiety.  These are all "normal" histamine responses.  So, what causes an "overabundance" of histamine to be produced causing "histamine intolerance"?

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