Recipes: Gluten-Free South Beach Treats

>> View All Resources / Fact Sheets

Dr. Arthur Agatston, best-selling author of The South Beach Diet, shares tasty, gluten-free recipes: Pancakes With Sautéed Apples, Double-Chocolate Cupcakes, and more.

Gluten-Free South Beach Treats is available to all registered CBN Online Community members.

Log-in or Sign Up to Download this Free Resource

CBN Online Community membership is free, and you will enjoy the benefits of:

  • Important information
  • Excellent resources
  • Special offers that will improve your life and the lives of those you love

Sign Up Now to Join the Community and get this Free Resource!

Please send fact sheet Ellen Deans

Ellen Deans Apr 24, 2014 at 12:39 pm Flag as inappropriate

I was typing and it all dissapeerd I don't know what happened. what does it mean when you say flag as inappropriate? Also I just wanted to say Carol Fenster has the best cookbooks for learning to cook for gluten free. Her recipes are awesome. and she gives lots of info. to help you understand . her book called 1,000 gluten free recipes is awesome and she has a brand new one called gluten free 101 for people who are just starting out, I have bought alot of cookbooks and so many of their recipes aren't good. but CAROL'S are all wonderful. most bought items and baking mixes are awful. they taste like there is sand in the mix, bisquick has a great pancake mix. everything else is yuckie. try carol out you won't be disappointed .

Kathleen Backhus Feb 28, 2014 at 8:33 pm Flag as inappropriate

I just saw this link on a new cbn page today. Hope you are both doing well. There are great support links and information if anyone is working on this gluten-free diet. James, this is a good site, as cbn can pray for your girl-friend and you can see good improvement. It can take many years to get a diagnosis for celiacs, so two years is a long time, but it is not unusual. The average is 8 years, I have read. Encourage her to read labels in the stores. Maybe make a shopping list before going. There are online sites that help shoppers find gluten-free products. More and more good supermarkets are selling products labeled gluten-free now. Many have "Gluten-Free" on the front. If not, check lists on the back. Shop when you have lots of time to look around and save yourself all the mistakes I made at first, after I got an item home and saw I should not use it. It just takes practice. Many restaurants now understand celiacs and offer a gluten-free menu. It is a little difficult, but better than years ago. GB and encourage you both. is Baylor U, Dallas/ lots of good information/ a good site to use. You might like to to type in a search, like Gluten-free diet support or Gluten-free shopping, etc. bye for now, laney

laney Jan 4, 2014 at 7:11 pm Flag as inappropriate

I'm concerned about gluten becoming a Fad, because it might minimize the seriousness of gluten exposure to those of us who become seriously ill consuming it. In addition to it being an autoimmune disease, it can also cause Gluten Ataxia, which is an attack on the brain and Neurological system. Anyone with Celiac should Google "Gluten Ataxia" to learn about some of the non reversible damage it can cause. For some people this is another diet Fad, but for some of us it is a diet that must be rigidly followed. (Many people with Celiac are also Casein intolerant, so be sure to be tested for that as well.)

lorreann Oct 11, 2013 at 2:33 pm Flag as inappropriate

Hello to 700 Club! This is is James Reliford. I am hearing impaired man. I has deaf girlfriend Tammy Collins, When She was in hospital and Doctor resaerch found out that She has suffer with Celiac Disease so her doctor ordar her have to buy that Glueten-Free food and drink, since She eat wrong food from that Kind of Restuarant is China Resturarant in Fairfleld,Ohio last two years ago.

James Reliford Jul 31, 2013 at 9:34 pm Flag as inappropriate

"Celiacs may also suffer with an autoimmune disease." Just a note on this statement from your Guest Bio for The South Beach Diet Goes Gluten-Free - 100% of all Celiacs do in fact suffer from an autoimmune disease. Celiac IS an autoimmune disease. Celiacs may suffer from other autoimmune diseases in addition to Celiac.
When someone with Celiac eats something with gluten in it the body over reacts and attacks the body not just the gluten.

emalkire Jun 21, 2013 at 12:19 am Flag as inappropriate