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Welcome to The purpose of this site is to educate, help, and motivate the allergic/intolerant adult and/or parents of allergy children. Secondly to give information that will update the individual on new medical breakthroughs and pertinent medical studies. Lastly the purpose is to inform the allergy sufferer of ways to eat healthy allergy-free foods and enjoy life.

Terry Traub has been in the health field for 37 years. She is a practicing Registered Dental Hygienist with a degree in Public Health. She has two sons, both with Celiac Disease. The youngest also has lactose intolerance. Her husband just showed symptoms of Celiac in the last two years. Click here for more about Terry and her book.

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of Terry Traub, RDH, BS

Men and Gluten-free Food
Sun, Apr 30, 2017
I think men have the hardest time with gluten-free foods. First, they do not want other people to know that they need to be gluten-free unless it is really bad.  Second, they have a hard time with the different taste of gluten-free foods.  Granted that gluten-free products are getting better. I just saw that Starbucks has a gluten-free Canadian bacon and egg biscuit.  I am assuming it taste good, but haven't tried it yet.  Many companies are . . .

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