Glutathione is a powerful antioxidant and well researched detoxifier. It is a sticky molecule that binds to toxins to escort them from the body. New research suggests it is also important for the immune system. Glutathione is found primarily in fresh whole foods: raw fruits and vegetables, raw meats and fresh milk. Unfortunately even milk […]

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  • Lauren - Interesting information – I am surprised Tylenol is still on the market with all the negative things I keep reading about it.ReplyCancel

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  • Anonymous - I so agree with you! I have a wheat/gluten intolerance and I also have to follow a low glycemic diet as well. Very hard to combine the both. I also find it interesting that children with autism react very well with a gluten free diet. I have started to give my family raw foods with our meals. Keep up the good work and spreading the news!
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  • Healthy Mom - Thank you for this post.

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I really enjoyed making these matzah–a simplified version of the recipe I found at the blog I Am Gluten Free. The matzahs look very biblical and homemade compared with the standard matzahs that come out of a box. It’s a little stressful to have a religious holiday centered around a food with gluten that needs […]

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  • Ellen - Your adaptation looks great. Thanks to you for the inspiration. I need another batch of matzo, so I’m trying your version this morning. Chag Sameach!ReplyCancel

  • tatum - So i was googling gluten free and found your blog. i have an 11 month old who we’ve discovered is allergic to wheat, dairy, and soy. very challenging. I love your blog- thanks for all the inspiration!

    Maybe you would also be interested in this amazing super food drink I’ve discovered. It has changed my life as well as my families. It is soooo good for you! It is just exciting!!!

  • ByTheBay - Just so you know, kosher food (including matzo and other kosher l’pesach fods) does not need to be blessed by a rabbi. That’s a common myth. It just needs to be supervised by a Torah-observant Jew (mashgiach). Your matzo looks great!ReplyCancel

  • Renee - I made your matzoh crackers yesterday, after a not so successful attempt last year to use Ellen’s (I am Gluten Free)recipe from the Breads from Anna mix. Not only was your dough easy to work with, but the video showing how to make perfect circles resulted in a perfect batch of circles about 4 inches in diameter. Thanks so much for sharing this! Certainly beats paying $30-$40 for a box of matzah!ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - Your GF matzah crackers came out GREAT! I have two sons with celiac and this was perfect! Thanks so much! DeniseReplyCancel

  • andreanevins - thanks for this. our sweet seven year old had bad stomach aches earlier this year, and keeping him gluten free has really helped. we're about to head into a week of nothing-but-gluten, so thank you for this.ReplyCancel

  • Annette - Looking forward to trying this! Thank you!ReplyCancel

I love these grain free cookies. I am posting the original as well as my version which has less sugar and an extra egg. They come out differently depending on what brand of peanut butter you use.I know cookies for breakfast aren’t really “what to feed your kids” but my kids are sensitive to almost […]

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  • journeytocrunchville - Yum! Yum! Yum! I will try these with our Sun Butter. I got the Celiac book today. Thank you soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo much! I also emailed you. :)


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  • gfe--gluten free easily - I make a slight variation of these. I use 1/2 tsp vanilla as well. I bake for 8 minutes and then leave on the cookie sheet for 5 minutes before removing. I think they are excellent. :-)


Probiotics are good bacteria that help the gastrointestinal tract to function well. According to Nancy O’Hara, who practices integrated holistic healthcare, you need a healthy GI tract because 70% of immunity is located in the gut. Probiotics are of critical importance if you have obvious digestive issues such as diarrhea or constipation. But, because of […]

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  • Cannon and Kassie - Don’t know how I missed this post…we LOVE probiotics…I’ll have to check out this brand. THanks for spreading the word!ReplyCancel

  • Jessica - I’m happy I stumbled upon your blog! My son has an appt. with Peta Cohen in July. I’m looking for a probiotic and I’m going to track down the one you suggest- is it available at any stores or only via mail?ReplyCancel

  • Betsy - Another good probiotic that is said to be very good by Jenny McCarthy and other families dealing with autism is ThreeLac, manufactured by Global Health Trax.

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  • Kate - has information on probiotic supplements with links to probiotic products for kids, such as Natren Life Start.ReplyCancel

  • Kelly Crawford - I'm a big fan of probiotics. Really! Been using one from and I so love it's effect on my health. It's a bit pricey but it's worth all the benefits. Has anyone tried it, too?ReplyCancel

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