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Graduate of Cornell School of Hotel Administration MS in Bio/Nut, RDN, LDN, AFMCP Former paramedic, chef, baker, ski patrol leader, Master Trainer- MenuTrinfo and AllerTrain, Director- Board of Directors, National Celiac Association, In private practice

Gluten Free and Allergen Friendly EXPO

Hello, The Worcester, MA EXPO is this weekend. Go to GFAEXPO.com to register. Tickets are also available at the door. There is a parking garage across the street from the DCU Center. This is well worth attending. The gluten free … Continue reading

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Science and Nutrition Symposium, p1

NOTES from the HEALTH & NUTRITION SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM: This was an amazing gathering. We shared personal and lecture time with three esteemed scientists, seven Master Coordinators, several other health care practitioners, and 200 attendees. These are all people whose lives … Continue reading

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Science and Nutrition Symposium takeaways, p. 2

5. Find your community—we can’t and shouldn’t proceed through life’s challenges alone. Are there problems associated with ingredient sourcing? : One might think it is understandable that high quality ingredients may cost more. Americans typically may not make this association, … Continue reading

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Science and Nutrition Symposium, p. 3

–1/3 of products were contaminated. –Gingko, 110 of 25 adulterated, 8 of 25 had actives added. I often ask people if they would go to Walmart for their liver transplant. (Bruce) Tea tree oil—the vast majority of the standards (the … Continue reading

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Science and Nutrition Symposium takeaways, p.4

The Vitalizer Strip Life Shake Vivix Vivix turns down cholesterol, it makes your mitochondria younger and more active (mitochondria are the engines of your cells). Life Shake increases lean muscle mass and allows you to lose fat weight. A seeming … Continue reading

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New England Celiac Organization is having a superb Seminar

New England Celiac Organization is having a superb Seminar/Symposium on April 1, 2017. The speaker lineup is excellent. Go to their website for full details and registration. NEceliac.org. You may be able to get early bird pricing. New England Celiac … Continue reading

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Gluten-Free Allergy Free EXPO, San Diego

This coming weekend. LARGE. Many vendors. Lots of visitors. Get questions answered,taste new and good foods. Great opportunity to network, learn new stuff. Kids will love it. San Diego, CA – Feb 20-21, 2016 When & Where Eventbrite – The … Continue reading

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Anaphylactic reaction to wheat in a toy

CONSUMER ALERT Steve L. Taylor, Ph.D., Food Allergy Research & Resource Program (FARRP), University of Nebraska, Lincoln NE and Sarah M. Boudreau-Romano, M.D., Division of Allergy & Clinical Immunology, Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital, Chicago IL Slinky® Brand … Continue reading

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Western Mass Gluten Free and Celiac Support Group

CELIAC & GLUTEN FREE SUPPORT GROUP OF WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS June Meeting: 17 Jun 2015, 7 p.m. N.B. THIS IS A NEW Location CHANGE Sylvester’s Restaurant, 111 Pleasant St., Northampton Come early for open networking Our Keynote speaker is Theresa Grisanti, … Continue reading

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Association and networking in the Gluten Free world

CSA Lifeline article 6 Mar 15. Lifeline is the quarterly publication of the Celiac Support Association, a membership driven group of over 4,000 members and 9,000 who participate with us in Chapter Support Group meetings, on line and via our … Continue reading

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