- October 1st, 2010
My wife used to love breads and baked goods, until every sandwich or plate of pancakes meant hours of bloating and discomfort. Her pain was brought on by a sensitivity to gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. She eventually cut gluten from her diet entirely. That was 12 years ago.15 flavor-packed picksBy Mitchell Clute
- April 1st, 2009
Kristen Campbell was sensitive to most eye makeup. Nevertheless, she persisted valiantly in her quest for smoky eyes, but even 100 percent hypoallergenic mascaras and liners would leave her eyes puffy. Each time she had a bad reaction, the 29-year-old switched brands, but nonirritating makeup eluded her.Weed wheat out of your beauty routine for better skin.By Allison Young
- March 1st, 2009
Among all the health food buzzwords out there, gluten-free really stands out, backed by a noticeable increase in everything from gluten-free restaurant menus to gluten-free foods and cookbooks. While some people ditch gluten-containing foods to help them lose weight, many others make the switch because health reasons force them to.
Why eliminating gluten-filled grains from your diet can transform your health.By Erinn Morgan / Recipes by Wendy McMillan