There is a new gluten-free grain trending that just may replace quinoa on everyone’s plates. The superfood is called teff, and while it is an ancient grain, it has recently picked up steam as of late when it comes to popularity in the world of health and nutrition. Teff and quinoa have quite a few
Now that my half marathon training is really progressing, I stay rungry. The monster inside my belly, who wants to eat everything insight, is usually not awaken until the day after a long run. But today he came out to play in full force. So I started the morning by baking gluten-free muffins from scratch.
“Oh, you’re a vegetarian??!!” is the comment I commonly hear. While I changed to the veggie side for a brief stint back in the day, living without chicken always seemed impossible. Until suddenly it was so possible. I am no meat eater. I gave up eating meat somewhere in my adolescence. Hot dogs and sloppy
Should you go gluten-free? The gluten-free market has expanded in the past few years even though approximately one percent of American has a gluten allergy. According consumer research firm NDP, 30 percent of adults that have tried a gluten-free diet in the past have may or may not have an allergy or sensitivity. Check out