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Gluten-Free Living

Gluten-Free Living November/December 2019

Gluten-Free Living is completely dedicated to information for those who follow a gluten-free diet. We pack issues with essential reading about food labeling, ingredients, medical challenges and lifestyle solutions. No other specialty publication matches the depth of our editorial or the thoroughness of our original research.

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Scrumptious holiday recipes From crowd-pleasing appetizers and mouthwatering main meals to decadent desserts and fun bubbly cocktails, find recipes for all of your get-togethers this holiday season, including these elegant Buckwheat Blinis with Chive Cream Cheese & Smoked Salmon. Money-saving tips The gluten-free diet can feel overwhelming enough without having to worry about the often-staggering cost, especially during the holidays. Use the advice in our Tips for Saving on Gluten Free section to save big this holiday season. Not Just Gluten Free! If you deal with more than one dietary restriction, see our Not Just Gluten Free section, which has expert advice, product picks and recipes, such as these Grain-Free Crêpes with Berries and Lemon. Newsletter SIGN UP: glutenfreeliving.com/newsletter Socialize gfliving gflivingmag gflivingmag glutenfreelivingmag…

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Ann Whelan FOUNDER Matthew Bernat ASSOCIATE EDITOR Diane Fennell EDITORIAL DIRECTOR, WELLNESS DIVISION Van Waffle RESEARCH EDITOR Anna Sonnenberg TRAVEL EDITOR Toni Fitzgerald COPY EDITOR Jennifer Harris NEWS EDITOR DESIGN Carolyn V. Marsden ART DIRECTOR Allyson Preble GRAPHIC DESIGNER ADVISORY BOARD ALESSIO FASANO, MD Center for Celiac Research, Massachusetts Hospital for Children • Boston, MA MARILYN GRUNZWEIG GELLER, CEO Celiac Disease Foundation, Los Angeles, CA PETER H.R. GREEN, MD Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University New York, NY IVOR DENNIS HILL, MD Wake Forest University School of Medicine Winston-Salem, NC KAROLY HORVATH, MD, PHD Center for Pediatric Digestive Health and Nutrition, Arnold Palmer Hospital for ChildrenOrlando, FL SYLVIA HSU, MD Baylor College of Medicine • Houston, TX JOSEPH MURRAY, MD Celiac Disease Research Program and Clinic, Mayo Clinic • Rochester, MN MICHELLE MARIA PIETZAK, MD Children’s Hospital Los Angeles • Los Angeles, CA CYNTHIA RUDERT, MD Medical Advisor, Celiac…

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dear readers,

The end of year is upon us, and it’s time to embrace the cold weather with warm friends, family and delicious gluten-free dishes. This issue will serve as your guide to the holidays, to navigate the joy (and stress!) that accompany the season. Whether you’re stepping away from the bustle to raise your spirits with some surprisingly good ready-made cocktails (page 6) or ticking off items on your gift list, you will find something for everyone in these pages. As you work to maintain a healthy lifestyle during the busy holidays, our recipes provide a superb starting point for your table. If you’re ready to cook (page 19), need holiday meal inspiration (page 34) or will be celebrating Kwanzaa (page 38), we have your back with gluten-free dishes to share. We also…

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mix it up

Top 5: Ultimate holiday gift guide It is never too early to start shopping for inspired holiday gifts. Everyone deserves the perfect gift, and those with food allergies are no exception. In fact, shopping for a loved one with a food intolerance is a delicious challenge. Here are our top five ideas for gluten-free gift giving. 1. GIFT CERTIFICATES TO GLUTEN-FREE BAKERIES THAT SHIP A gift certificate to a dedicated gluten-free bakery that ships nationwide is gold. Who doesn’t want to try new sweet or savory creations? Here are some of our top picks: • Twist Bakery and Café in Massachusetts, winner of the Best Gluten-Free Bakery title from 10Best, puts its own delicious twist on gluten-free treats. With too many goodies to choose from, everything is free of dairy (with some noted exceptions), soy,…

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top 5 canned cocktails to spice up holiday parties

Holiday parties are the perfect place to imbibe cocktails. But what if you don’t know how to make cocktails, or you just don’t have the time? The canned booze revolution of ready-to-drink craft cocktails that taste like they came directly from the bar is coming to the rescue. The canned beverage market is booming, proving that, yes, booze can taste better in a can. These bright fruits combined with spirits provide the ideal way to save the time and money you would have to invest in a proper bar. Simply open and pour over ice. Maybe spend a little time cutting up lemons and limes, sugar or salt a few glass rims, and, voila, cocktails at your fingertips. Look like an expert bartender during the holidays by serving these ready-to-drink, bar-quality canned cocktails to…

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is there a medication that can cure celiac disease?

Steve Plogsted, a pharmacist at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, is an expert on gluten in medications. His website, gluten-freedrugs.com, is widely recognized as the most reliable source of information on gluten-free prescription and over-the-counter drugs. Q I have celiac disease, and a friend of mine who also has celiac disease told me that there was an alternative medicine practitioner who could treat my celiac disease. Have you heard of this type of treatment? A There are a number of options available if you are seeking treatment from complementary and alternative medicine practitioners; however, their claims must be closely evaluated. These practitioners include chiropractors, integrative medicine practitioners, neuropaths, homeopaths and acupuncturists. A recent article published in the American Journal of Gastroenterology identified 500 clinics of these various practitioners and found that…