GFCF: Restaurant Locators


Maintaining the Gluten Free and Casein Free (GFCF) diet within the real world around us can be a challenge. Most people restricting gluten and casein have concerns with eating away from home, whether it’s at a family member’s or friend’s home, out at a restaurant or while vacationing. The challenge for many is those who […]

Gluten is Not Just in Food

Gluten-Free Products

Congratulations!  You have decided to move your child towards a gluten free lifestyle and are doing pretty well with the dietary adjustments.  It is a big adjustment and often parents are so focused on what their children eat that they may not have considered the possibility of gluten found in non-food products.  For the beneficial […]

A Delicious Casein Free Cheese


Kids love their cheese, whether it is on a pizza, mixed with macaroni or spread on a cracker. Switching to a casein free diet leaves cheese options off the menu. This is a huge challenge as many little ones are picky eaters. Suggestions for getting your kid to eat broccoli may include melting cheese on […]

Going Gluten-Free? 5 Tips for the Transition

Gluten Free Home

If you read my article last month, you know that I am the only person in my family who is not on a strict 100% gluten-free (GF) diet. BOTH of my children, and later my husband, were diagnosed with celiac disease just over a year ago. The only treatment for celiac disease is to religiously […]

Gluten Free Diet: On the Fence?

Gluten Free Baking

“When children ingest foods containing gluten, their intestines leak toxins that are absorbed into their bloodstream. These toxins work their way to the child’s brain and bind to the opiate receptors. The gluten products that have been ingested, therefore, drug the child. The children react as if they are on morphine or heroin, creating behavioral […]

Going Gluten Free | From Professional to Parent: Crossing the Great Divide

Going Gluten Free

I knew about the gluten-free diet long before it became mainstream. I have worked as a clinician in the field of autism for years, and even as early as the late nineties many of my clients were on or were interested in the gluten-free (GF) diet, or it’s more complicated sister, the gluten-free/casein-free (GF/CF) diet. […]

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Starting a Casein Free Diet

Going Casein Free

“Casein, one of the proteins in milk and dairy products, is particularly difficult to digest. These molecules are known to stimulate opiate receptors in the brain thus producing “brain fog” and quite literally an addiction to casein containing foods. A child who craves dairy products and who largely limits his diet to dairy has a […]

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Think Outside the Box – Low Budget Gluten Free Ideas

Gluten Free - Burgers

There is some truth to the fact that some gluten free foods tend to cost more than their counterparts.  Often many have a hard time finding foods to meet their dietary restrictions.  There is a simple solution to this challenge: Think single ingredient. Some refer to the single ingredient foods as whole foods. But basically, […]

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Change Your Approach to Eating When Going GFCF


When you make the decision to go gluten-free, casein-free (GFCF), it can be very difficult to stick to it. Why? Well, it is NOT only about going gluten-free and casein-free–it’s about changing your whole approach to eating. Chemical-filled foods are everywhere. Way too many people are blissfully oblivious and do not read labels, or care […]

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Meal Planning for a Gluten-Free Diet


Planning meals, even when  glutein-free (GF), should not be a difficult task. Think single ingredients: meat, chicken, vegetables, fruit, sauces, spices, GF flours, etc. Stock,your refrigerator and freezer with these items. These items are good to keep on hand at all times. You can keep glutein-free casein-free (GFCF) sauces or prepare them yourself. GF Recipe […]

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