Posted by Mike in Celiac JokesNov 13th, 2012 | no responses
We all know celiac and gluten free are heard on almost every show in main stream television… even Tosh.0 tonight. It has even made it’s way into stand-up comedy. This bit is funny… but very serious for most of us. We all probably experienced one day like this…
“What has gluten in it? …EVERYTHING REASON TO WAKE UP IN THE MORNING!!!”
For more celiac jokes, view my “You might be a Celiac” jokes page. Make sure to read the comments for reader submitted jokes.
Posted by Mike in GF Product ReviewMay 8th, 2012 | 4 responses
Anheuser-Busch launches a new GLUTEN FREE cider!
I’m excited to try this! I like Woodchuck, but it is just too sweet to drink more than a couple. I wonder how the light will taste…
I’ll see if I can get ahold of some ASAP.
PRESS RELEASE: http://www.bizjournals.com/stlouis/news/2012/05/07/anheuser-buschs-michelob-ultra.html
Posted by Mike in MiscJun 1st, 2011 | one response
VIDEO: (If video does not show up, CLICK HERE)
PETITION: CLICK HERE
Please comment once you have signed the petition! Thank you!
I think this is a great idea… not sure if it will happen for at least a few years, but at least let’s get some attention to this story!
Yes, it would be awesome to have gluten free Girl Scout cookies!
Does this make sense for the Girl Scouts to invest in this endeavor? How many people would actually buy them? I would! I would probably buy a lot, because we don’t have many other gluten free cookie options. I don’t know the current stats,...
Posted by Mike in GF Product ReviewMay 17th, 2011 | 2 responses
I tried this recently… good stuff!
My sister found it and hed me try one. It is an Apple Cider beer, but has more of a beer taste than Woodchuck. It isn’t nearly as sweet as Woodchuck, which makes me think I could drink a few more and not get that sweet sick feeling that Woodchuck gives you after 3..4..5…OK, maybe 6 bottles.
Ever tried it?
What do you think?
I’ll add it to my gluten free beer review page later when I get a chance to try it again and more free time!
Posted by Mike in GF EventsMay 17th, 2011 | one response
Here is an article I received from St. Luke’s South Hospital in my hometown of Kansas City:
May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month
Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder that is triggered by consuming the protein called gluten (found in wheat, barley, and rye). Three million Americans have celiac disease, but only 200,000 know that they have it! Celiac disease is hereditary; therefore, if you are diagnosed with it, your first- and second-degree relatives should be screened also.
Symptoms of the disease are diarrhea, abdominal pain, irritability, depression, bloating, gas, delayed growth,...
Posted by Mike in RandomMay 16th, 2011 | 2 responses
Here is a good article about gluten that I ran across a few months ago and have been meaning to post…
Is Gluten Making Us Fat?
Aside from the topic of the title, it is good overall article about gluten. It is worth sharing with some who wants to know about eating gluten free.
What do you think about the article? Specifically, about weight loss/gain?
I am used to hearing people talk about losing weight when switching to a gluten free diet. This may be true as people go through the learning cure. People who switch 2 a gluten free diet typically cut almost everything out of their diet...
Posted by Mike in Gluten Free Businesses, MiscApr 21st, 2011 | no responses
This “baker” made up an elaborate lie about having a 150,000 sq. ft. commercial kitchen and about raising his own grain on a 400 acre farm. He sold his “gluten free” products at fairs and delivered to homes. His story goes on and on, and his story is pretty detailed.
I have very little tolerance for liars and crooks! He bought his products at COSTCO and repackaged them!
Read all the stories HERE
Posted by Mike in MiscNov 7th, 2010 | 2 responses
Gluten Free version of the “Dont Tread On Me” Gadsden state flag.