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Recipe: Cream of Chicken Pasta Bake

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Ingredients:

3 Chicken breast, cooked and cubed

1 Tbs Dijon Mustard

2 Cups Broccoli Florets

2 Cups Grated Cheese (I used mozzarella)

1 1/2 Cups Cream

Penne Pasta

Directions:

Preheat oven to 375 Degrees Fahrenheit.

Mix together Cream and Dijon Mustard. Add Chicken and Broccoli. Season with Salt and Pepper.

Bring water to a boil and cook Pasta until cooked.

Meanwhile prepare and baking dish. Once Pasta is cooked add in the Chicken mixture.

Transfer over into the prepared baking dish. Top with Shredded Cheese.

Bake for 30 minutes.

 

 

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10 Surprising Celiac Facts

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10. 1/350th of a slice of bread or 1/64 tsp of Gluten is enough to cause intestinal damage and leave you keeled over in pain. 

9. Once Celiac is triggered it is a life long disease, with no known cure except for a strict Gluten Free Diet.

8. Since Celiac Disease is an Autoimmune Disease you are born with the gene. Yet no one can predict when or why it presents itself.

7. There are over 300 symptoms for Celiac Disease. Some include Severe stomach pain, Bloating, Headache, Joint pain, Dizziness, and Skin rash.

6.90% Of people who suffer from Celiac Disease are misdiagnosed.

5. 22% of people with Celiac has an immediate family member who also has it.

4. Products like Toothpaste and a variety of medications contain gluten.

3. You can test negative for Celiac Disease and still have the Disease.

2.Gluten can cause depression in people who have Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity.

1. Untreated can be life threatening, and cause a variety of other health issues. Like Multiple Sclerosis, Osteoporosis, Anemia, intestinal and gastrointestinal cancers.

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6 Celiac Problems

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Just recently I found out I can no longer eat gluten. These are my 5 most annoying problems since going Gluten free.

6. When people just assume if you consume gluten all you will get is a tummy ache.

5. Constantly having to read food labels or Google to see if what you are about to eat is actually Gluten free.

4. Accidentally cross contaminating your food with your families food.

3. Just wishing you could eat “normal” again.

2. “I am so glad I’m not Gluten free. There is no way I could ever do that!”

1. Learning how to cook all over again!