Gluten-free living is easier with a focus on the positive

02/13/2013 | Huffington Post, The

People who have celiac disease or another type of sensitivity to gluten can be overwhelmed by adopting a gluten-free diet, but focusing on what ingredients can be included rather than on what patients have to give up makes it easier, writes Beth Hillson, food editor of the magazine "Living Without" and president of the American Celiac Disease Alliance. Hillson writes that nearly every baking recipe can be adapted to use gluten-free flour as long as ingredient proportions are maintained, but she advises learning about the properties of alternative flours to find the best substitute.

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