Monthly Archives for January 2011

Listen to My NABBW (National Association of Baby Boomer Women) Teleseminar on Celiac Disease

 

In addition to my work as a children’s author, I am dedicated to bringing awareness to celiac disease, which is caused by an autoimmune reaction to gluten, a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye, leading to damage to the small intestine and a variety of serious physical and mental symptoms.

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Advice, Children's Health, Cooking, gluten-free, healthy eating, Helpful Tips, women
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Author Connie Sarros Acknowledges Tina Turbin

 

Congratulations to Tina Turbin!

Some people accomplish extraordinary things. When they do, it’s nice to recognize them and applaud them for their accomplishments. Tina Turbin is one of those people. She’s well known by many of you because of her involvement in the celiac community.

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Reduce Your Exposure to Chemical Food Dyes – Part 2

 

 

The easiest way to avoid or reduce your exposure to chemical coloring is simply to avoid a lot of processed food.  Check your gluten-free labels always.

FD&C on a label means the FDA allows the dyes to be used in food, drugs and cosmetics.  Sometimes you’ll see FDA Red 40 or FD&C Red 40, so these are just 2 ways the labeling is used.

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Advice, Children's Health, healthy eating, Helpful Tips, humanitarian, moms, parenting, Research
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