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  • Me and my neti pot Me and my neti pot
    by Julie Genser | I'd been meaning to replace my old neti pot, so I was delighted when my local health food store got in a shipment of beautifully glazed, lead-free Baraka ceramic neti pots.
  • Sugar-free homemade beef jerky Sugar-free homemade beef jerky
    by Kim Christensen | This jerky is easy to make, addictively delicious, and much more affordable and allergy-friendly than buying it pre-made.
  • Thai vegetable soup Thai vegetable soup
    This gluten free Thai Vegetable Soup can be made in a jiffy with all natural, easy to find ingredients.
  • Chemical and Electrical Hypersensitivity: A Sufferer’s Memoir Chemical and Electrical Hypersensitivity: A Sufferer’s Memoir
    Scott Killingsworth reviews Chemical and Electrical Hypersensitivity: A Sufferer’s Memoir by Jerry Evans, who recounts the emergence of his severe chemical and electrical sensitivity and ensuing life changes.
  • Pumpkin coconut soup Pumpkin coconut soup
    by Kim Christensen | I think you'll really like this soup. It's easy to make and easy on the wallet - and packs in a ton of amazing vitamins, minerals, fiber, and antioxidants without a lot of carbs.
  • Ginger licorice tea Ginger licorice tea
    by Elana Amsterdam | When it gets cold outside and our throats begin to get a bit scratchy, I put up a pot of ginger licorice tea. Sweet and spicy, the boys love it on a cold day.
  • Sweet potato spice crumble bars Sweet potato spice crumble bars
    by Kim Chirstensen | These bars are a truly whole foods dessert that you can feel good about eating - perfect for any of your wintertime get-togethers.
  • Lyme disease: How do you know your medicine is working? Lyme disease: How do you know your medicine is working?
    by David Jernigan, D.C., D.N.M. | ... science exists that has led to the development of very sensitive frequency-based tests that can help eliminate some of the guesswork in doctoring.
  • Baked carrot oven french fries Baked carrot oven french fries
    by Elana Amsterdam | My boys love these carrot fries hot out of the oven. I like baking them as it eliminates the messy splattering that results from the typical preparation of French fries -- frying.
  • Grain-free chocolate pumpkinseed bread Grain-free chocolate pumpkinseed bread
    by Kim Christensen | This is bread with substance and character, and you'll love it. Best yet, no blood sugar crashes, hardly any carbs, and lots of quality protein and fiber!
  • Chicken meatballs Chicken meatballs
    Serve these meatballs over (gluten free) homemade zucchini noodles and tomato sauce.
  • Homemade corn-free, aluminum-free baking powder Homemade corn-free, aluminum-free baking powder
    by Kim Christensen | This recipe makes a great substitute for regular baking powder, which usually contains corn and aluminum.
  • The alkaline brain: Dietary concerns in lyme-borreliosis The alkaline brain: Dietary concerns in lyme-borreliosis
    by David Jernigan, D.C., D.N.M. | Certain dietary changes can help reduce the severity of the symptoms of Lyme disease in those that suffer from hyperammonemia, the excessive accumulation of ammonia in parts of the body.
  • Gluten-free carrot banana muffins Gluten-free carrot banana muffins
    Carrot, banana, and date yumminess!
  • Holiday recipe: dairy free black bean fudge Holiday recipe: dairy free black bean fudge
    Dairy free, gluten free, sugar free, full of protein, and even packing a punch of fiber, this fudge is totally guilt-free - not to mention creamy, rich, and delicious.
  • Soothing chai Soothing chai
    Another vegan, dairy-free, lactose-free, gluten-free beverage for a chilly day. Enjoy!
  • Homemade pizza with Namaste crust Homemade pizza with Namaste crust
    Discovering Namaste Foods' gluten free Pizza Crust Mix has allowed me to create delicious gourmet homemade pizzas in less than an hour!
  • Homemade vegan vegetable bouillon Homemade vegan vegetable bouillon
    by Kim Christensen | Making bouillon from scratch is the perfect allergy-friendly, gluten-free solution to the problem of store-bought broth, which often contains yeast extracts, preservatives, or tons of spices.
  • Isn't it interesting? Isn’t it interesting?
    by David Jernigan, D.C, D.N.M. | ...it is so very apparent to me that the restoration of health, no matter what the diagnosis, very often has little to do with blood tests and drugs.
  • Kale with gomasio Kale with gomasio
    This savory gluten-free vegetable dish is perfect for a cozy winter meal.
  • My Lyme disease is not the IDSA Lyme disease My Lyme disease is not the IDSA Lyme disease
    One of the many touching stories written in response to the maddening Chicago Tribune article "Chronic Lyme disease: A dubious diagnosis" published on December 8, 2010.
  • Cashew pumpkin seed Cashew pumpkin seed “cheese” with apple-cranberry sauce
    by Kim Christensen | The sweet-tart sauce plays well with the rich and creamy "cheese" (reminiscent of the texture of a fresh chevre), and it looks beautiful!
  • Comic book Breathers: It's a gas mask world Comic book Breathers: It’s a gas mask world
    A set of comic books by Justin Madson features characters who are all wearing gas masks because the air is too dangerous to breathe. Sound familiar?
  • Apple fennel soup Apple fennel soup
    by Elana Amsterdam | Gluten free Fennel Apple Soup has been popping up everywhere -- on various gluten free yahoo groups and in various magazines. Here's my version.
  • How to plan a 4-day food rotation diet How to plan a 4-day food rotation diet
    by Julie Genser | It's taken me years to finally sit down and plan out a food rotation menu. I wanted to share my process with you, to help demystify it and get you on a healing regime as soon as possible.
  • The health benefits of water fasting The health benefits of water fasting
    by Stephen Harrod Buhner | Fasting is an exceptionally ancient, and powerful, approach to healing many common disease conditions. It allows the body to rest, detoxify, and to heal.
  • Computer viruses and corrupted software in the human body Computer viruses and corrupted software in the human body
    by David Jernigan, D.C, D.N.M. | ...I told him, that the energetic shifts the Penicillin caused in your body continued running for all these years like a computer virus...
  • Spicy power bar Spicy power bar
    A gluten-free, vegan, super nourishing, delicious, tri-doshic energy bar.
  • Wholegrain crackerbread with sesame Wholegrain crackerbread with sesame
    by Kim Christensen | I decided to share a lovely recipe from my A Year to Eat Freely: 2011 Allergy-Friendly Recipe Calendar today- easy to prepare and delicious!
  • Vodka on My Wheaties Vodka on My Wheaties
    by Ann Lloyd | My memoir was written during my confinement, at sixty-two, in an all porcelain-lined trailer, due to a strange immune system disorder which rendered me unable to function in the “real world.”
  • Almond meal desserts Almond meal desserts
    What to do with left-over almond meal when making fresh almond milk? Here are two desserts that offer simple and delicious solutions.
  • Creamy cranberry dressing Creamy cranberry dressing
    This super tart cranberry dressing is the perfect gluten free addition to any fall meal, and is ideal for Thanksgiving.
  • Gluten-free, food allergy friendly Thanksgiving extravaganza Gluten-free, food allergy friendly Thanksgiving extravaganza
    by Kim Christensen | Some of my favorite gluten-free, allergy friendly recipes that are perfect for holiday get-togethers and good enough for grandma to enjoy.
  • The MCS Survivalist Guide: Tent Living ~ Parts 2 & 3 The MCS Survivalist Guide: Tent Living ~ Parts 2 & 3
    by Lisa Pausmann | Parts 2 & 3 of this helpful guide to outdoor living when you have severe chemical and electrical sensitivities.
  • The MCS Survivalist Guide: Tent Living ~ Part 1 The MCS Survivalist Guide: Tent Living ~ Part 1
    by Lisa Pausmann | Hundreds of people with severe chemical sensitivities will be homeless this year and many turn to camping for shelter. This guide is for those with MCS and little outdoor experience.
  • Herbed chicken and greens soup Herbed chicken and greens soup
    by Kim Christensen | Full of chunky chicken, lots of green veggies, flavorful herbs, and one little carrot for spleen meridian-strengthening power, this soup feels satisfying, not restrictive.
  • InsideOut: Chapter 6 ~ A New Beginning InsideOut: Chapter 6 ~ A New Beginning
    by Jack Rossi | The nurse practitioner’s directives were clear; she didn’t mean spend some time outdoors, she meant remain completely outdoors. This meant no house, no amenities, no stores and if at all possible, no car.
  • Repurposing failed projects Repurposing failed projects
    Some watercolor experiments don't turn out well so I use the paper as background or scraps for other projects.
  • Peggy Munson's new campaign to eradicate XMRV Peggy Munson’s new campaign to eradicate XMRV
    Just launched: The EXIT Project (Eradicate XMRV Infection Today), is a broad-based group of individuals who do ACT-UP style actions to raise awareness about ME/CFS/XMRV.
  • Gluten/sugar free pumpkin pie with cashew whipped cream Gluten/sugar free pumpkin pie with cashew whipped cream
    by Kim Christensen | Sugar free, soy free, gluten free, and vegan pie never, ever tasted so good. Perfect for a Thanksgiving Day feast!