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Gluten Free Thanksgiving Recipes

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Gluten Free Thanksgiving Recipes

Happy Thanksgiving Friends! I am so Thankful for all of you, and I’m thankful that I can share some great Gluten Free recipes with all of you so hopefully everyone will be able to enjoy what’s on their plate this year. All of these recipes taste “normal”, actually better than normal. 😉 There’s no reason you’ll need to make 2 different meals to accommodate the gluten allergies in your family, no one will ever taste the difference and your gluten free friends and family will feel like it is such a treat to get to enjoy a full Thanksgiving spread with the whole family.

Gluten Free Tip:

When cooking or baking for your Gluten Free friends or family, use clean surfaces, appliances, and dishes. There is nothing like having the anxiety of cross contamination and fearing that the hardwork that the host put in to prepare an amazing meal for YOU could make you

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Everyday Tips for Living Gluten Free

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Everyday Tips for Living Gluten Free

By: Tenley Molzahn

Nutritionist and Certified Health Coach at Sweet & Free Life // follow on Instagram@TenleyMolzahn

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While there can be many challenges living with a gluten intolerance, it’s one of my life’s challenges that I’ve learned to respect wholeheartedly by committing myself to a healthy diet and routine.  It definitely takes patience and knowledge to maintain a gluten free diet, but it’s worth it.  Though I personally have not been diagnosed with Celiac disease, my gluten intolerance helps me relate to those who do (I treat myself as if I do have Celiac Disease), so I wanted to share some of my top – simple and tasty tips– for living gluten free for those of you that are new to the lifestyle or that have considered trying this way of life!

If you’ve been wondering why going gluten free might be a good idea for you, or if you’re feeling clueless one …

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How to Host a Gluten Free Party

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How to Host a Gluten Free Party

four tips for your next gluten free gathering

Living a gluten free life is more than a trend. It’s a lifestyle that I live every day. Take it from me, there’s nothing worse than getting stuck at a party or getting ready to dine out without any gluten-free options. The last thing us gluten free eaters want is to feel like a burden to friends. Am I right, or am I right? 😉 When I have gatherings I like to show my friends how it’s done so they can better understand what I can eat, and how I eat, and that “my food” really does taste just as good and sometimes even better than “glutenous” food! I always like to put a healthy spin on my snacks and treats too so everybody walks away feeling good. Everything on this menu fits in perfectly with the Tone It Up Nutrition Plan that I live …

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Collard Green Wraps

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Collard Green Wraps

Collard Green Wraps have been my lunch of choice lately. Not only are collared greens a great alternative to bread, but they are packed full of multiple benefits for your health! You can pretty much roll anything up in these beautiful leafy greens to make the perfect lunch.

Health Benefits: Collard greens are best known for lowering cholesterol and for cancer prevention. Adding collard greens to your diet will help you get great vitamins and nutrients in your system. These leafy greens contain massive doses of vitamin K, A, and a generous dose of Vitamin C, as well as calcium, iron, fiber, and Vitamin B6. The list for the benefits of collard greens is long, aiding to digestive support, inflammatory conditions, and cardiovascular support. Not a bad Green to introduce into your diet. There is even more good news… if you’re like me and aren’t crazy about steamed greens, you can simply add collared greens to your

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