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Use This Framework to Tackle Your Most Frustrating Health Issue

Use This Framework to Tackle Your Most Frustrating Health Issue

Sometimes it can feel as if you are completely alone in your healthstyle struggles. While some problems are fairly commonplace (e.g. How can I fit a workout into my busy workday?), others can feel so uniquely your own that it feels nearly impossible to come up with a solution. In today’s episode I help Ellen […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Soil is so hot right now, why and how to eat more seaweed, and new dangers of canned foods

FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Soil is so hot right now, why and how to eat more seaweed, and new dangers of canned foods

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup. Soil is so hot right now, why and how to eat more seaweed, and new dangers of canned foods. Next week’s Mindful Meal Challenge will start again on Monday. Sign up now to join us! Too busy to read them all? Try this awesome […]

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FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Real Food trumps macronutrient hacking, plastic in bottled water, and the downfall of a scientist

FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD: Real Food trumps macronutrient hacking, plastic in bottled water, and the downfall of a scientist

Welcome to Friday’s For The Love of Food, Summer Tomato’s weekly link roundup. Hey guess what? I’m back! I’m going to try my best to start up FTLOF again and start posting new content. I’m making no promises about consistency, but I’m excited to jump back into ST. I’ve missed you guys! These are some […]

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20 Emails in 4 Days: Part III

Dude note: Five emails per day for four days. Here’s part 3. ——- Soooooooooooooooooooo, I was diagnosed with celiac in late October 2016. I spent the next 6 months receiving treatment from a naturopath. I went and had my colonoscopy/endoscopy and the internist didn’t think I had celiac. But I continued to do as I […]

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20 Emails in 4 Days: Part II

Dude note: Five emails per day for four days. Here’s part 2. ——- Dude…I am freaking out. I was diagnosed with celiac 3 years ago. My 14 yr old daughter is traveling to Atlanta from Washington state for a school competition. I am going to support her but so worried about finding safe food. Any […]

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20 Emails in 4 Days: Part I

Dude note: I’m overwhelmed with all of your emails asking for support. I mean that in both a good way and a bad way. I’m overwhelmed that you would feel comfortable reaching out to me. But I’m overwhelmed in the sense that I now have hundreds of emails awaiting a response. I can’t get to […]

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Why the Celiac Hate Jessica Jones? Just…Why??

This is not a rant. Since the gluten-free bashing has been going on for years and years, I’ve sadly become pretty numb to it. So as you read this, picture me using my quiet voice; the one where I’m just out of words to explain why the media continues to have such a fixation on […]

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I Tried Udi’s New Bread (so you don’t have to)

Before I dig into my review of Udi’s new gluten-free bread, a few disclaimers. Disclaimer: This is not an Udi’s hit piece. I have (deservedly) slammed them a number of times over the years. This is an actual honest review. Disclaimer: I don’t eat store-bought bread so it’s been awhile. Most (not all) of the […]

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Any of My Fellow Celiacs Deal with Sleep Disorders?

Scenario 1: It’s overtime and I’m taking the faceoff in a playoff hockey game in front of a full crowd. I win the draw and there is nobody in front of me as I rush to the net, but I push the puck too far in front of me. I need to beat the goalie […]

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An Ode to Party City

Party City has had a rough day. You know…with the whole ‘celiacs are gross’ thing. So I thought I’d write a poem to cheer them up. —— Hey Party City How was your day? Like the Southwest Airlines ad I’m sure you just want to get away You can hide ‘neath your pillow And not […]

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