Archives for November, 2012

I Want My Turkey And Stuffing

If you've been on the 2 week Gluten-Free Challenge, you probably have at least 4 or 5 more days to go. Day 15 is G-Day, the day where you reintroduce gluten into your diet and watch your response.

But we got an email from a reader who says she doesn't want to miss the traditional turkey and stuffing during Thanksgiving. And she doesn't want to "experiment" with gluten-free stuffing.

So, we asked nutritionist Trudy Scott whether or not it's okay to add back in the gluten a bit early. Here's her response (also see her video, above):
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Your Gluten-Free Food And Mood Log

Be sure to check out this multi-purpose log Trudy Scott's created: Trudy Scott's Food Log for Therapy Soup Gluten-Free Challenge  Print it out (it's a PDF) and use it to keep track of what you eat, your energy levels, what you're craving, how much you're sleeping, and most important: your mood. If you've already started your two weeks of gluten-free eating, that's okay. Just try to "fill in the blanks" to the best of your...
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Introducing The Gluten-Free Challenge

Heard about the mood-related benefits of going gluten-free? Want to try going gluten-free but not sure how to do it? We're teaming up with nutritionist Trudy Scott, author of the Antianxiety Food Solution, for a three-week Gluten-Free Challenge that will show you how to eliminate gluten from your diet. By following the simple steps we'll give you in upcoming posts, you'll be able to see if going gluten-free is right for you.

Begin by viewing Trudy Scott's video, above.
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Obama? Romney? Who Will You Vote For, and Why?

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Are you tired of social scientists telling us that those who vote for Candidate X, have personality issues? (See our posts Psychologizing the Vote, Studies Show Conservative Bullies, Liberal Crybabies).

Isn't there such a thing as a valid difference of opinion? Can we disagree with demonizing or pathologizing those who think differently than we do?

And about the polls, which appear to be neck and neck. I don't know about you, but no one has ever called either of us to...
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