Try these gluten-free cookie recipes and sink your teeth into a treat you'll want to make again and again. Because let's be honest, sometimes you do deserve a cookie.
Feeling left out at appetizer hour?
Whether you're new to a gluten-free lifestyle or a seasoned g-free pro, you know finding foods that work for you—especially baked goods—can be challenging.
Are you stuck in a protein rut? It's time to think beyond chicken breast.
Ditching gluten from your diet doesn't mean you need to swear off the bread basket with it.
Tofu: Either you avoid it like the plague—likely because you don't know what to do with it—or you simply toss it in a stir-fry because, again, you don't know what to do with it.
Choosing to adopt a vegetarian diet requires commitment, planning, and a lot of patience (be prepared to explain for the millionth time why you brought your own veggie dish to the company barbecue).
Tired of getting the side-eye when you order a glass of wine while all your friends split a bucket of beer? We hear ya.
"Omega-3s are healthy polyunsaturated fats, and an essential part of a heart-healthy diet," explains Suzanne Steinbaum, DO, founding member of the Global Nutrition and Health Alliance (GNHA) and direc
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Giving up gluten? No need to sacrifice your fave breakfast foods! The morning meal still has plenty of promise thanks to these 10 gluten-free breakfast recipes.
Resisting the salty, fried and ooey-gooey comfort food that takes over on Super Bowl Sunday is tough, but doing so when there are zero alternatives in sight makes it nearly impossible.
Doubt gluten-free muffins can be as yummy as their wheat-based counterparts? We dare you to bake these g-free goodies from scratch and not get addicted.
Move over, green juice. The newest liquid health darling is meant to warm you up while blasting your body with minerals.
Intrigued by a vegan diet plan, but worried that you'll miss your favorite foods and recipes? Fear not!
With as many as 30 percent of Americans claiming they follow a gluten-free or reduced-gluten diet, according to the Center for Celiac Disease Research & Treatment, it seems g-free eating is more t
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