If you haven’t checked out Bloglovin’, you should! It’s all the rave with my readers so I took some time to check into it for myself and what I found is a site that makes it’s easy for me to follow all of the blogs that I read in one spot.
I love anything coconut so when my beautiful friend, Vicki, offered up this super easy recipe, I jumped on making them for my family and I’m glad I did because they didn’t last long in our kitchen making them another family favorite. (Serves 8 to 10)
Sharing our stories, we all do it. What does the bible say about it? Why does God give them to us? How does He give them to us? Does He give us more than we can handle or does He give us just enough? Join me with Rachael Jackson, founder of Shattered Magazine, for this weeks episode of The Coffee & Christ Show as we search out answers to these questions.
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Skin disease is common in those with gluten sensitivity. The most commonly seen skin affliction is called dermatitis herpetiformis.
Scientists at the Medical University of Silesia in Poland decided to find out whether or not antibodies for celiac disease could be found in the blood of those with psoriasis. They already knew that psoriasis was seen in some patients that had celiac disease and those with gluten sensitivity, plus a remission could be seen in the psoriasis on those who switched to a gluten-free diet. A remission of the psoriasis could even be seen in those who had had psoriasis for years.
Warning: The following story may be disturbing to some readers. Reader discretion is advised.
I have no idea how to get this out of me other than to write. There is so much inside of me that is going to come out. I will not let it fester inside of me any longer. I don’t even know where to start because there is so much. So here it goes.