The effect of wheat on the brain is more than just influence over mood, energy, and sleep. Actual brain damage is possible, as seen in cerebellar ataxia. but the cerebral cortex, the center of memory and higher thinking, the storehouse of you and your unique personality and memories, the brain’s “gray matter,” can also be pulled into the immune battle with wheat, resulting in enc3ephalopathy, or brain disease. Gluten encephalopathy shows itself as migraine headaches and stroke-like symptoms, such as loss of control over one arm or leg, difficulty speaking, or visual difficulties. On MRI of the brain, there is characteristic evidence of damage surrounding blood vessels in cerebral tissue. Gluten encephalopathy will also show many of the same balance and coordination symptoms as those that occur with cerebellar ataxia. — William Davis, MD. Wheat Belly, pp 172-173 Did you know… I send a weekly recipe newsletter, sharing family-friendly gluten-free recipes. To find out more, go here. This post contains affiliate links, which help support this site. I’d love to keep in touch! I send a …
To braise is to fry your meat quickly on the outside then slowly cook or stew the meat, covered, so the interior is tender and juicy. You can do this on a stove or you can make your life super easy by using your crock pot. Guess which way we’re doing this week? Yep, the easy way.
Hungarian goulash is one of those meals that gluten free gals can never eat in a restaurant. But it is so easy to make at home that I cook it often. As often as possible. Like now.
Today, I’m not challenging you to make a goal or to add to your already overflowing todo list. I want to help you take something off your plate so you can put tasty food on it. Find out how ordinary, extraordinary dinners can help you serve with love.
One of my long-time favorites is Pepper Steak. Lo and behold, I found this great recipe in one of her cookbooks a while ago, and we love it just as much if not more.