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5 Gluten Free, Quick n’Healthy Lunchbox Ideas

Quick and Easy Gluten Free Lunch Ideas

I’m all about quick n’ easy in the kitchen.  When it comes to meals, the less ingredients the better.  But, I don’t sacrifice flavor!  Flavorful food is a must and, of course, being a dietitian, I like healthy-ish foods too.

When it comes to building a lunchbox or any meal, you want to include the following components:

  • Protein
  • Fruit/vegetable (ideally, both!)
  • An optional source of a starch/grain
  • FLAVOR!

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The Importance of Emotional Wellbeing in Celiac Disease

Today, I am sharing a near and dear topic to me, the importance of balancing our emotional well being along with our physical health.  I’ve turned to Sherry Scheideman, a Registered Clinical Counsellor, to highlight the emotional toll that celiac disease can have on an individual so that we can become empowered to make change!  Read below for Sherry’s introductory post.  We look forward to highlighting more work from her.


I’m a celiac and I’m a counsellor. I’m grateful to Selena for noting in her blog that mental health care is an essential part of looking after ourselves as celiacs.

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Strategies for Improved Digestive Health That Don’t Involve An Elimination Diet

low FODMAP pasta

Today’s post is a guest post from my colleague, Stephanie Clairmont RD, who specializes in the low FODMAP diet.  Elimination diets are all the rage right now to control unwanted symptoms.  However, before embarking on that route, we can sometimes modify the diet in small ways that add up to big changes in the way we feel.  So, before even looking to take something out of your diet, you may want to try adding in the top five strategies that Stephanie has highlighted below!

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5 Ways to Show Support for May’s Celiac Awareness Month

celiac disease

Did you know that May is celiac awareness month?  This is the time where we can spread the word about the impact of celiac disease and the importance of the gluten free diet.

In honor of May, there are a few events (online and locally) that I would like to share with you all!

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Community Question: Celiac, Food Allergies and Fatigue – Part One

food sensitivities, celiac

For any of us who experience digestive health concerns,  we are all so familiar with the daily ups and downs with energy and the constant questioning of additional foods that are making us feel unwell.

If you are celiac, removing gluten in it’s entirety is needed.  But, what happens if we still feel unwell? Unfortunately, the research is slim when it comes to individuals with celiac disease and increased risk of additional food allergies (note, this is not the same as a sensitivity). However, there  are multiple factors that can effect how we feel, which have nothing to do with additional food allergies or sensitivities and, is very commonly, overlooked.

Below are the strategies I use with my clients before we may start looking to additional food culprits.

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Real Life Advice from a Dietitian Living with Celiac Disease