The food you eat can be your best medicine.

When it comes to chronic illnesses like Celiac, Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, the key to feeling well lies in the very food we eat. It doesn’t take a pill or a special treatment — we can get some or all of the symptoms under control by watching what we eat. And with food sensitivities like wheat, dairy or other food allergies, having a meal can seem like Russian Roulette. However, just because you have a limited diet does not mean you cannot eat well and savor the colors, flavors and textures of delicious food. It’s one of the reasons this very site exists, because we do not believe in limitations.

Life — and food — are meant to be enjoyed. Here’s what we’re savoring.

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Pumpkin Bisque

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One of our favorite uses for the delicious pumpkin, this fall soup never fails to satisfy. The addition of sherry elevates the dish to something sublime.

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Spring Risotto

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Though this risotto by Elizabeth Gordon is loaded with green spring vegetables, there is no reason your risotto can’t contain any number of other ingredients. Use this recipe as a basic starting point and then add whatever vegetables you have in your refrigerator, sautéed.

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The Lowdown on Lentils

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There are so many more ways to cook lentils than just a good ole bowl of broth. This nutritionally balanced super food can be used in dips and spreads, soups and stews, salads and just about any dish that could use a protein punch.

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Food Allergy Apps for the Nokia Lumia

On the road? Food allergies can be a real hassle without the right apps.

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Chicken Tacos with Mango-Avocado Salsa

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These tacos are perfect for a quick weekday supper or a casual make-them-yourself dinner party.

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