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Research Reports: A New Feature

Beginning today I will be making regular reports on the latest research on hidden food allergies and their relationship to digestive problems and other health problems. I’ve always found it interesting when people, doctors...

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Gluten Free Mama

This week we had the distinct pleasure at our support group meeting of welcoming Rachel Carlyle-Gauthier, founder of Gluten Free Mama, who demonstrated several of her products as well as her expertise in making...

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Healthy Junk Food?

A good friend of mine likes to eat Fritos Corn chips. And I confess, I don’t mind them either, though I rarely buy them. What I find very interesting about them is that they...

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My New Book Update!

More good news. The interior has been designed. But of course, the book is nowhere near done. Now the book goes to an indexer. An index is very important, especially for a book such...

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GERD (Reflux) in Infants

A recent disturbing trend in health care is the use of reflux drugs in infants. Infants have long had problems with colic and reflux, but until recently doctors have fortunately avoided prescribing medications designed...

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Salmonella Source Found

This summers outbreak of Salmonella infected more the 1300 people in the U.S. Although first thought to be due to contaminated tomatoes, it has since been traced by the Center for Disease Control (CDC)...

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Karina’s Kitchen

Yesterday a patient told me about a great recipe website that I’d like to share with you. It’s called Karina’s Kitchen. It is actually a blog, but the concept is basically the same. Her...

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IBS vs IBD

Yesterday I did an online podcast with HealthTalk on the differences between IBS and IBD. IBS, as you probably know, stands for Irritable Bowel Syndrome. IBD stands for Inflammatory Bowel Disease. These are two...

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Update on My New Book!

If you haven’t already heard, I’ve been working on a new book titled “Healthier Without Wheat: A New Understanding of Wheat Allergies, Celiac Disease, and Non-Celiac Gluten Intolerance.” It’s taken a lot longer to...

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