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Are you exposing your dog or cat to toxins around your home?

Posted by theothersideofnormal on April 22, 2013 in gluten free, Go Green |

  As many of you know, I’m a huge advocate for safe products in the home.  This article jumped out at me because rarely do we talk about pet dangers in the home.  I recently had a friend lose their dog after it accidentally licked some yard chemicals in the garage.  It was heartbreaking.  So […]

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The Strange Reason Diet Soda Makes You Fat

Posted by theothersideofnormal on March 14, 2013 in autism, gluten free, Go Green |

    More on the Educational Series:       I have to admit, I’m a diet soda drinker… not a lot, but on occasion.  Just can’t handle all the sugar in real soda.  But it sounds like it’s more damaging than the actual sugar…     The Strange Reason Diet Soda Makes You Fat […]

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Nuke at your own risk

Posted by theothersideofnormal on February 26, 2013 in autism, gluten free, Go Green |

  This is a great article from Experience Life Magazine.  I learned early on in our gluten free journey not to microwave plastic, due to the possible chemical “spillage” into the food as it cooks.  I found this article’s humor worth sharing.  Although nothing’s been “proven”, I’m still going to avoid nuking plastic. And then […]

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Top 11 Scary Food Additives

Posted by theothersideofnormal on February 14, 2013 in autism, gluten free, Go Green |

    People need to know what they’re ingesting. I swear, I feel like our generation, and our kid’s generation are guinea pigs for these chemicals used in so many of our grocery store brand products.  Are we supposed to live in a bubble?  NO!  Do we eat some of these products, of course we […]

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Food that Trigger Behavioral Problems in Children

Posted by theothersideofnormal on February 13, 2013 in gluten free, Go Green |

  Real Reason Behind the Tantrums Jaime A. Heidel, Yahoo! Contributor Network Nov 9, 2010 “Share your voice on Yahoo! websites.   All children behave badly once in the while. It’s normal for children to act up when they can’t have their favorite toy or when they just need a nap. However, if behavioral problems […]

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Update Gluten Free Candy List for 2012

Posted by theothersideofnormal on November 14, 2012 in autism, gluten free |

      There’s an updated candy list from myglutenfacts.com.  For those of you interested, here is the link to the article: http://www.myglutenfacts.com/2012-gluten-free-halloween-candy-list/ Great website for anyone following the GF diet!   Becki  

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Gluten Free Candy

Posted by theothersideofnormal on October 12, 2012 in autism, gluten free |

    Halloween is around the corner, and I love to use this list as a guide for gluten free candy.  The list is long!  Click the link to print or read on below. –> Gluten Free Candy List   Gluten Free Candy List 2011 The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) credits Sure Foods […]

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5 Ways to Make a Difference on Earth Day

Posted by theothersideofnormal on April 22, 2012 in gluten free, Go Green |

  Every day should be Earth Day, but here’s a terrific article to remind us of little things we can do to help do our part.  Nothing is too little!  Filter your own water, carpool, use concentrated products to reduce plastic use, make sure you are using products without harmful chemicals that wash down the […]

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America’s 10 Dirtiest Foods

Posted by theothersideofnormal on February 6, 2012 in gluten free |

Every now and then I post some good, healthy information on the road to becoming gluten free.  One of my very best friends, Lisa Maghrak, has a wonderful blog called Wellness Matters, and I thought I’d share one of her latest posts with my readers.  The ‘cleaner’ we can eat, the better off we will […]

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9 Tips for Buying Gluten Free for Less Dough

Posted by theothersideofnormal on June 8, 2011 in autism, gluten free |

June 2, 2011 by Nancy  from Gluten Freeville on Facebook Here are a few strategies that may save you a bundle of dough when buying that expensive gluten free food. 1. Don’t throw food away. This concept even works well if your gluten free experiment goes bad. Your bread recipe gone awry can turn into breadcrumbs, […]

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