Quit Gluten not your Happiness.

The most difficult part of having Celiac Disease is the psychological and social impacts it has on patient’s life. I have seen people with celiac disease feel miserable about their life. They always say they have to deal with anxiety, depression and many other mental health issues because of this. Adhering to a gluten-free dietContinue reading “Quit Gluten not your Happiness.”

Only One Treatment: Gluten Free Diet

Celiac disease is an Autoimmune disease. An autoimmune disease is a condition in which your immune system mistakenly attacks your body. The immune system normally guards against germs like bacteria and viruses. When it senses these foreign invaders, it sends out an army of fighter cells to attack them. Normally, the immune system can tellContinue reading “Only One Treatment: Gluten Free Diet”

Mauritius: Celiac tripping

It was almost 3 years D has been diagnosed with the celiac disease. We were doing our best to make him healthy and active. Everyone was very busy taking care of his health requirements and we all needed a break.  So we planned a trip to Mauritius, Paradise Island known for its beaches and impressiveContinue reading “Mauritius: Celiac tripping”

Lavish Gluten Free Lockdown Food

So the lockdown has extended. Today I will share my 21 days lockdown gluten free menu that I tried n these days. I love to prepare gluten free food for D. and this lockdown with kids at home is an opportunity (a problem) for me to try all the new food. I have seen manyContinue reading “Lavish Gluten Free Lockdown Food”

Halt or Hop : A Celiac’s Mom

And suddenly everything in my life just Halted. It felt my Universe has ceased. I got married just after I completed my Masters in Biotechnology. But for me, love for my studies has always been the first love. So my husband and I decided to continue my studies and I enrolled myself in M.Phil Biotechnology.Continue reading “Halt or Hop : A Celiac’s Mom”

Gluten Free in Goa

Goa is one of India’s highlights with swaying palms and the occasional coco-hut. Mention the word “Goa” and scenes of lazily swaying palms, golden sands, dread-locked-beer-swilling-hippies, dance parties and yoga retreats probably come to mind. With its palm fringed coves, pastel-coloured colonial houses and relaxed atmosphere, India’s smallest state offers everything for a retreat to return to againContinue reading “Gluten Free in Goa”

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