Gluten-free pizza doesn’t have to taste bland or be dry and crumbly. Not only is this crust tasty, it’s base is garbanzo bean flour- a healthier alternative to many gluten-free flour mixes, since it doesn’t spike your blood sugar levels. Another bonus: no rolling out dough or using yeast. Just mix, pour, and bake. This […]
By Brook Rivera, HHC What do millet, quinoa, amaranth, buckwheat, rice, and corn all have in common? They are gluten-free grains. While a gluten-free diet is typically for those with Celiac or gluten sensitivities, refraining from gluten or wheat can be a useful approach for any healing process, including cancer.