Ahhh… Gluten-free bliss. It’s early in the morning. The kids are still asleep. Wrapped in a plush bathrobe with matching bunny slippers, you steep your tea and sigh contentedly. Looking around your house gives you a sense of serenity, safety, and control. You’ve done it! You’ve created your own gluten-free sanctuary. The cupboards and refrigerator […]
Thank you to Jane Sandwood for this guest post. Want to contribute to the Three Bakers blog? Email Us your article idea for consideration. The term ‘gluten-free’ has become a buzzword over the past few years and it is even considered to be a very fashionable diet among celebs and the general public alike. Despite […]
Celiac disease has only recently gained enough exposure as to where people are starting to recognize the condition and its symptoms. However, many people still do not realize that there are many other conditions that are closely related to celiac disease. These conditions also deserve attention and awareness. We’ve put together a list of conditions you […]
There is no reason to be frightened this Halloween! Keep yourself, and little ones, safe with our list of gluten-free Halloween treats. We’ve scoured the internet to find not only tasty gluten free options but also wanted to highlight several eco-friendly, nonGMO and all natural ingredient options. You may see a few classic favorites (like […]
As we head into the last few months of 2017 (before the big holiday indulgences hit!), we’d like to look back in the year to see what popular food trends stuck. Sure, there were many predictions from detoxifying mocktails to having dessert for breakfast, but what really emerged as food trend “winners”? Let’s explore!
If you suffer from celiac disease, you may have wondered at one time or another where in the world it came from. How in the world did you get it and is it hereditary? Well, statistics say that approximately three million people in our country suffer from celiac disease, which means that this disease affects […]
Awareness of food allergies is on the rise and wheat allergy is at the top of the list. The availability of wheat free food products makes dealing with an allergy to wheat more manageable. How do you know if you have an allergy to wheat products? Know the symptoms of an allergy to wheat.
The medical community has long debated whether gluten sensitivity in people not diagnosed with celiac disease is a real medical condition or rather a popular self-diagnosis for those following the latest gluten-free diet fad. A new study by researchers at Columbia University shows that gluten sensitivity is indeed a legitimate medical disorder, although the causes […]
As more of the population are embracing healthy eating, there are many struggles with wheat free vs gluten free foods. While both seem to be closely related, it depends on what restrictions in your diet need to take place. Let’s explore the differences and similarities in this post.
By now you likely know that celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder caused by damage to the lining of the small intestine. This damage occurs when the specific substance, gluten, is consumed. Found in rye, wheat, barley and even some oats, gluten attacks the lining and prohibits the intestine from performing its necessary job of absorbing necessary components […]