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The Missing Ingredient® Easy side dish- Roasted baby sweet potatoes

          I am always looking for foods containing  high levels of vitamins A,D,E and K which are fat soluble vitamins to include in my diet. Fat soluble vitamins are those vitamins that require a good source … Continue reading

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The Missing Ingredient® Keeping your kids safe this Halloween 2014

Halloween is a very exciting time to be a kid and a very scary time to be a parent of a child with Celiac or food allergies.  I have fond memories from my childhood of going trick or treating until … Continue reading

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BUTTERNUT SQUASH & GINGER SOUP

  Autumn in New York signals the turning of the leaves, comfortable temperatures and the start of big tree fruit (such as apples and pears )and winter squash season. Winter squash taste great, is filled with nutrition and can easily … Continue reading

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The Missing Ingredient Gluten-free Recipes: Gluten-free Persian Cooking

Last week, I attended a Persian cooking class taught by a lovely lady named Parvaneh. My friend Michelle had asked her if she would come to her home and teach a group of us the art of Persian cooking.  It … Continue reading

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Frank Baldassare Online TV Host: Swedish Institute College of Health Sciences graduate making a difference ( featured article)

Graduates Making A Life‎ > ‎ Frank Baldassare: Online TV Host With a sparkle in his eye and an infectious smile, Frank Baldassare, LMT (’91) and his dog Rowdy welcome visitors to his online cooking show “The Missing Ingredient.” In … Continue reading

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Goat Protein Shake: Makes the perfect quick nutritious breakfast or a delicious after workout reward.

I adapted this recipe from Jordan Rubin’s synergy smoothie recipe that appeared in his book Patient Heal Thyself.  For those of you that are not familiar with Jordan Rubin, he recovered from one of the worse cases of Crohns disease … Continue reading

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Just Because It Says Gluten-Free Doesn’t Mean It’s Good For Me!

Having CELIAC DISEASE, I must admit, I was thrilled when I heard that the GLUTEN-FREE industry is growing at 20 % a year. I spend a lot of time in grocery stores buying food, and doing research for my gluten-free … Continue reading

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