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Jaqui Karr

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The Future of Food

You may want to stop all chatter for the next 10 seconds, because if you allow the reality of the next sentence to sink,...
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The Gluten Dilemma for Retailers

If you missed Jaqui’s last article “The Gluten Dilemma for Food Manufacturers”, we suggest you read it first: click here. Retailers are in somewhat of...

The Gluten Dilemma for Food Manufacturers

The constant moving target of gluten is creating serious challenges: 1) Food manufacturers play catch-up as science uncovers more about gluten, leading to expensive changes. 2)...

3 Things You Need to Know About Nutrient Deficiency with Specialty...

Specialty Diets usually go like this: 1) Pain / Symptoms 2) Diagnoses 3) Food Changes (a.k.a. Specialty Diet) 4) Nutritional Deficiencies… often never corrected to 100% and...

Coenzyme Q10 and Autism

Navigating through the supplements aisle can be a harrowing experience. There are big claims on labels, though some have no proven repeatable results and...

Food-Related Depression

We tend to think of food-related health issues as affecting the body rather than brain/emotion, yet most food-related disorders have one symptom in common...

10 Things You Should Know About Celiac Disease and Gluten

May is Celiac Awareness month and in its honor, this article will bring up some facts and bust some myths, perhaps solve a mystery...

The Role of Thiamine For Fatigue

While diet plays the predominant role in disorders like IBD, IBS, Celiac, NCGS, Crohn’s, and even Hashimoto’s, avoiding the trigger food doesn’t necessarily restore...

5 Detox Suggestions Specific to Food-Related Disorders

“How often should I do a detox?” My answer, pre-gluten-free: “Twice a year is good, quarterly is better, plus a monthly all-green juice day.” …that was...

A Specialty Diet Valentine

Flowers: check. Candy: oh-oh. Ask anyone on any specialty diet what they daydream about and they’ll say: “To eat normally again.” Multiply that by five...