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How Being Too Productive Can Lead to Overeating (and How to Stop It)

How Being Too Productive Can Lead to Overeating (and How to Stop It)

Shelbey came to me wondering why she has the habit of overeating when she’s alone and supposed to be studying. She sits down to eat and turns on the TV, planning to finish dinner and then hit the books. But instead she usually keeps eating through the entire show until she feel so sicks she […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Your gut sabotages your diet, how to teach your kids to love veggies, and why exercise leads to weight gain

FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Your gut sabotages your diet, how to teach your kids to love veggies, and why exercise leads to weight gain

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.  This week how your gut sabotages your diet, how to teach your kids to love veggies, and why exercise leads to weight gain. Too busy to read them all? Try this awesome free speed reading app to read at 300+ wpm. So neat! I also share […]

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Dear Dude: My Girlfriend has Celiac and Cheats. What Do I Do?

Dear Dude: My Girlfriend has Celiac and Cheats

I was laying bed last night at the ungodly hour of 3am wide awake. After another brutally long work day, my mind was simply too wired to fall into a slumber. I learned a trick many years ago if you have having trouble falling asleep. You try to find five different sounds that you hear. […]

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Are You Missing Out on Mindful Cooking?

Are You Missing Out on Mindful Cooking?

Huge thanks to Jules Clancy of Stonesoup for this week’s article introducing me to the concept of mindful cooking. I’ve certainly made the mistake of viewing cooking as a nuisance, even though I know it ultimately benefits me and my family. I love this new way of looking at it. Jules LOVES real food and […]

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How to Identify a Missing Supporting Habit

How to Identify a Missing Supporting Habit

Serena had always enjoyed cooking dinner and it was a Home Court Habit she highly valued. Then when her schedule got a little crazy her cooking habit fell by the wayside. While struggles like this are pretty normal when life gets busy, what stumped Serena was that her cooking habit never resumed even when her schedule got back […]

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5 Steps to Enjoying Thanksgiving as a Celiac

5 Steps to Enjoying Thanksgiving as a Celiac

1. Don’t 2. Focus 3. On 4. The 5. Food So I was gonna do a “what I’m thankful for” post but I have so much to be thankful for, the list would be endless and you’d all either 1) be bored to tears or 2) hate my guts. So I passed. Then I was […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Willpower is the worst, how bias is formed, and the best use for turkey

FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Willpower is the worst, how bias is formed, and the best use for turkey

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup.  This week willpower is the worst, how bias is formed, and the best use for turkey. Too busy to read them all? Try this awesome free speed reading app to read at 300+ wpm. So neat! I also share links on Twitter @summertomato and the Summer Tomato […]

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How to Be Thankful After Campaign 2016: Foodist Edition

How to Be Thankful After Campaign 2016: Foodist Edition

It’s been a heck of week, hasn’t it? Like many Americans I’ve spent the days since the election trying to process the brave new world that we live in. For me this campaign season has been about more than politics (don’t worry, I won’t go there). I’ve found myself reacting emotionally in a deep, fundamental […]

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Calling for Support for Two Young, Struggling Fellow Celiacs

Calling for Support for Two Young, Struggling Fellow Celiacs

First…just tons of thanks for your support and kind words last week. Seriously means the world to me. I can’t say I’m not still in a bit of a dark place, but I keep looking for the light. I’ll find it. Speaking of support, I received two heartbreaking emails over the weekend from fellow celiacs […]

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Moving Forward…

Moving Forward…

This is not a political post…so yes, feel free to continue. On Wednesday morning, I wrote the following on my Facebook wall: I’m going dark for a bit as I try to process what happened last night and also try to figure out what my role, if any, is in the celiac community moving forward, […]

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