Jenny Bair speaking at Gluten Intolerance Group this weekend

Jenny Bair, MHE, will be the featured speaker at the Dallas Gluten Intolerance Group this weekend.  Join her as she shares “What the FODMAP?!”

No, it’s not something the young kids are saying; it’s a diet that many try when they have gone Gluten Free but still are not feeling stellar.

If you live with typical IBS symptoms, want to eat low in sugar (fructose), eat low/lactose free, lower in yeast, then this diet may be for you!

Betty Murray of Living Well has shared the science behind the diet but Jenny Bair, MHE, of Living Well Dallas is going to help you logistically get your head around it and spell out the how-to’s for the everyday living.

She’ll share her top ten list of products that she uses as go-to’s, she’ll give you a summer meal and some snack recipes to take home with you, and just give you hope for feeling better and better each day.

Jenny is an expert in how to make lasting changes in your life and she loves navigating that unseen space in between your ears to figure out how to “Work with yourself and not against yourself.”

So, get yourself and your friends to this class. You’ll leave with a refreshed sense of enthusiasm of why you make all of the efforts to live the way you do with wonderful pay-off’s.

You’ll also get to  taste test sample some of the snackie type recipes in her new “What the FODMAP?” cookbook and she will keep you entertained as she is known for her honesty, interaction and  “life stand- up comedy” rolled into her speaking and teaching.

Jenny will speak  Saturday, May 16th from 10-11am.

Meeting Location Directions

 

Our meeting location does not yet have a physical address. Please use the following directions to find us: At the intersection of 7100 Greenville and Phoenix, turn toward the hospital, at the tee and stop sign, turn left at Fogelson Lane & follow circle to the  two story building on your right. Look for GIG signs. Free parking.

Come get your zest, spark, passion and be reminded that “Life really can be a bowl of cherries!”


     Gluten Intolerance Group<br /><br />
of Greater Dallas


About Us
The Gluten Intolerance Group of Greater Dallas is a nonprofit organization in Dallas, Texas devoted to the dissemination and sharing of information to assist those who have celiac disease or gluten intolerance. To learn more, visit us on the web at www.dfwceliac.org.For more information about celiac disease, gluten free living or our group, please contact Rose Mary Simmons, president@dfwceliac.org or 214-632-1878.
Jenny Bair

FODMAP approved Creamy Potato Soup

“Not my Gramma’s; Creamy Potato Soup”

written by Jenny Bair, MHE (author of “What the FODMAP?”) 
You will first, oven roast Russian Fingerling potatoes on 325 degrees for 35 minutes with olive oil, sea salt and peppers. (You can use Yukon Gold or Red potatoes are just fine.)
Ingredients and Directions: Put all into your favorite medium size stock pot
10 Russian Fingerling or Yukon or Red potatoes – sliced in thin slices straight into 4 1/2 cups of Imagine Organic Chicken Cooking Stock Low Sodium (I can only find at Whole Foods – it has NO onion or garlic)
2 T. butter or ghee
and
1-2 T. of good olive oil
1/3 of red bell pepper sliced finely
2 small handfuls of shredded carrots then chopped finely
Spices: use Gluten Free & try the lower amount and add more if you want a more “herby” taste (add 1/4 t. at time to get the right taste for you)
-1/2- 3/4 t. rosemary
-1/2 – 3/4 t. basil
-1/2 – 3/4 t. caraway seeds
-1/4 – 1/2 t. oregano
-1/4 – 1/2 t.parsley
-1/4 – 1/2 t. cumin
-1/4 – 1/2 t. dill
Heat over medium stir and don’t let burn or boil to soften the pepper and carrots.
Then after it thoroughly cooked then let cool to put in a blender or you can use an immersion blender. Serve in bowls or mugs hot as is or with a pinch of rosemary and dill or pinch of parmesan cheese.
Optional:
-a couple splashes of Lactose Free, Organic Half and Half (also found at Whole Foods and Sprouts)
If you are having challenges or are stuck in your current eating/exercising plan than please don’t hesitate to get a nutritionist or a coach to help you get unstuck and move forward with better health in all realms.  To contact Jenny for coaching or speaking, you can call the office at 972-930-0260.
Jenny Bair

FODMAP Sweet Potato-Raisin-Chunky Chip Sugar Cookies

Sweet Potato-Raisin-Chunky Chip Sugar Cookies

Weekly Recipe created by Jenny Bair, author of “What the FODMAP?”

Semi-homemade from this mix:

Visit here for The Mix – http://www.immaculatebaking.com/product/gluten-free-sugar-cookie-mix/

The Mix plus these ingredients from box: change as listed below
Use a stick plus a 1 T. of your butter
2 T. of water instead of one
1.5 t. of Gluten Free vanilla and 1.5 t. of Gluten Free orange extract or all 3 vanilla
1/2 banana instead of egg if you choice
Then add these spices to the blend:
1/2-3/4 t. Gluten Free cinnamon
1/2-3/4 t. Gluten Free baking or apple pie spice
1/2-3/4 t. Gluten Free pumpkin pie spice
I used tiny muffin pan to make tiny cookies. If you’re on a low sugar diet limit yourself to 3 small cookies. You can also use a small scoop to make small cookies.

If you are having challenges or are stuck in your current eating/exercising plan, please don’t hesitate to get a nutritionist or a coach to help you get unstuck and move forward with better health in all realms.  To contact Jenny for coaching or speaking, you can call the office at 972-930-0260.