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Is Gluten Intolerance or Celiac Disease a Food Allergy?

Posted by Dr John Peragine in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 06-16-2011   

As we discussed in an earlier post Celiac Disease, sometimes referred to as gluten intolerance is an autoimmune disorder that affects about 1 out of 133 people in North America .This disorder is prevalent in many other countries in world, where wheat is used a food base. The origins of Celiac disease or gluten intolerance are based out of European culture where the consumption of grains are a regular part of every day diet and where grains were first cultivated by humans....continue reading

Product Review - InJust10Questions Audio Series - Expert Interview with Dr. Lou Granier

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 06-15-2011   

Most of us are interested in learning as much as possible about gluten intolerance because it is becoming so prevalent for a lot of people around the world. The numbers don't lie. 1 in 133 people suffer from Celiac Disease and an even more suffer from a form of gluten intolerance or gluten sensitivity. If you suffer from gluten intolerance or Celiac Disease we have a product you might find very helpful!...continue reading

Symptoms of Celiac Disease and Gluten Intolerance?

Posted by Dr John Peragine in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 06-14-2011   

Attempting to diagnose gluten intolerance or Celiac Disease differs from person to person. That is why it is often so difficult for medical professionals to properly diagnose. Some people may experience gastrointestinal problems while others may just have a skin rash. It also differs in how it is expressed in children. Here is a list of symptoms to look for in babies and children as Celiac Disease can start at birth. ...continue reading

Gluten Free Recipe - Gluten Free Bread

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 06-13-2011   

Each Monday we will be posting a gluten free recipe! We want to provide a great amount of value to our readers and we know this is one way to help! If you have recently been diagnosed with Celiac disease or gluten intolerance, don't throw out your bread machine just yet! This is a rather simple gluten free bread recipe to make and allows you to enjoy your favorite sandwich or other meals. Give it a try and you may start to enjoy bread again!...continue reading

What is Celiac Disease or Gluten Intolerance?

Posted by Dr John Peragine in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 06-09-2011   

Celiac Disease, sometimes referred to as gluten intolerance is an autoimmune disorder that affects about 1 out of 133 people in the United States, although in many other countries in world, where wheat is used a food base, this disorder is also common. The origins of Celiac disease or gluten intolerance are based out of European culture where the consumption of grains are a regular part of every day diet....continue reading

Product Review - Gluten Intolerance and Celiac Disease Explained InJust10Pages: Ebook

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 06-08-2011   

If you suffer from bone pain, weight loss, diarrhea, mild weakness, malnutrition, abdominal bloating, nutritional deficiencies, or overall poor health, then there is a good chance you have a gluten intolerance or Celiac Disease. Only a doctor can diagnose the disorder for sure, but if you are concerned then you can download this Microbook for free, simply by becoming a free member of In Just 10 Pages....continue reading

A quick gluten intolerance survey

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 06-06-2011   

We have created a quick survey and we would like to hear from you. We want to learn about your gluten intolerance and have formulated a few questions. One lucky respondent will win a free lifetime premium membership! The draw will be completely random and anyone can win. Please take a minute to respond to this survey in the comments section below and good luck! ...continue reading

Gluten Free Recipe - Grilled Marinated Shrimp

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 06-06-2011   

Perfect to ring in the summer, you will be sure to impress your family or guests with this tangy Grilled Shrimp recipe. Serve it with a fresh summer salad or a delightful rice dish....continue reading

Gluten Intolerance linked to Osteoporosis

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 06-03-2011   

Celiac Disease has been linked to many diseases such as cancer, depression and other ailments but a new study has determined that people who suffer from the disease are 4.5 times more likely to develop osteoporosis. This was determined by British study in late May, 2011. Findings show that patients suffering from gluten intolerance have less bone mineral density when compared to healthy people of the same age and gender. ...continue reading

Dr. John Peragine

Posted by In Just 10 Pages in About Our Experts on 06-01-2011   

Dr John Peragine received his Bachelor’s Degree from Appalachian State in 1994 in the area of psychology. He worked for many years in the area of social work and mental health. In 1996, John was diagnosed with the genetic disorder Hemochromatosis. He began researching all types of remedies both conventional and alternative. John completed his PhD in natural health and became a naturopathic doctor; his dissertation was on alternative treatments for Hemochromatosis. He graduated with high honors....continue reading

Dr. Lou Granirer

Posted by In Just 10 Pages in About Our Experts on 06-01-2011   

Dr. Lou Granirer attended the University of Florida and graduated in 1996 with a bachelors of science degree in microbiology. He attended Life University, where he received a doctor of chiropractic degree in 2001. He completed his postgraduate study in applied kinesiology, applied nutrition, mediherb herbology, nutrition and neurological disorders, Flexion-Distraction, extremity adjusting, chinese herbal medicine, diversified adjusting techniques, Low Back Case Management, whiplash management, sacro-occipital technique, Nutrition Response Testing, ChiroYoga, trigger point therapy, and energetix homeopathy....continue reading

Kathleen McGrath, MSc, BA

Posted by In Just 10 Pages in About Our Experts on 06-01-2011   

Kathleen McGrath, MSc, BA earned a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Public Health Education with a minor in Nutrition at Central Michigan University and a Master of Science in Nutrition Education at Georgia State University. She is passionate about wellness and fascinated by the constant influx of research increasing our knowledge of food’s impact on our quality of life and lifespan. Kathleen is a published author and regularly contributes...
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Katherine Parent RNCP, CNP, NWS

Posted by In Just 10 Pages in About Our Experts on 06-01-2011   

Katherine Parent RNCP, CNP, NWS is a graduate of the Institute of Holistic Nutrition in Toronto where she earned the designation of Certified Nutritional Practitioner with First-Class Honors. She has recently been designated as a Registered Nutritional Orthomolecular Practitioner, RNCP/ROHP through the International Organization of Nutritional Consultants. Katherine is also an active member of Canadian Fitness Professionals (Can Fit Pro) and holds the designation of Nutrition and Wellness Specialist.
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​Krista Gray CPT, CNC

Posted by In Just 10 Pages in About Our Experts on 06-01-2011   

​Krista Gray CPT, CNC Biography coming soon!...continue reading

Binte Rizi Caterer, Gourmet and Gluten Free Cook

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in About Our Experts on 06-01-2011   

Binte has been actively managing the social media accounts of various food-intolerance businesses. She stays up-to-date with the latest news and development in the world of food allergies and intolerances, breakthrough product launches & advances in food-labeling laws. She also specializes in creating meal plans for people on Gluten-free, Sugar-Free, Dairy-Free, Paleo and other healthy diets....continue reading

Celiac Awareness Month Wraps Up

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 05-31-2011   

It has certainly been an interesting month. There were several major conferences around the world to help bring awareness to Celiac Disease and gluten intolerance. We also discovered that several athletes and celebrities are either gluten intolerant or have decided to enjoy a gluten free diet....continue reading

Gluten Free Recipe - Honey Mustard BBQ Pork Chops

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 05-31-2011   

If you love grilling as much as I do then you are going to love this gluten free recipe. It offers a sweet sensation you are going to love. The honey with caramelize slightly when you grill the pork chops creating a sweet coat around the tender flesh. The reason why I love summer so much is because I get to barbecue all the time! Rain or sun, I try to grill. So try your hand today with these amazing Honey Garlic BBQ pork chops. (You can also try this sauce on ribs!!!)...continue reading

Gluten Free Recipe - Scrambled Eggs with Feta

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 05-30-2011   

So it's Monday morning and you're scrambling to get ready for work (pardon the pun). You are hoping to have a delicious breakfast and this recipe is the perfect solution for anyone who has a busy schedule. In around 15 minutes you can create these amazing scrambled eggs with feta. It sure beats your traditional scrambled eggs! So get cracking!...continue reading

Gluten Free Recipe - Chicken and Bacon Salad

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 05-29-2011   

You are going to absolutely love this gluten free recipe. It is perfect for a picnic, any special occasion or for lunch or even dinner! It is zesty, fresh and quite simply delicious. The best part about this salad is that it only takes 30 minutes, from start to finish to create. Let us know what you think about this wonderful dish! ...continue reading

Gluten Free Recipe - Breakfast Quiche

Posted by In Just 10 Pages, Dekker, Conrad in Celiac Disease | Gluten Intolerance | Gluten Sensitivity (GS) on 05-28-2011   

We all know how important breakfast is to help give you energy for a busy day. Although this gluten free recipe may not be ideal to create before you go to work, it is perfect for the weekend when you might have a little more time. This is a hearty meal and is very easy to create. ...continue reading

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