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About Cathy Rehmeyer PhD

I am Wife to Pa Hubbard and Mother to two beautiful girls under the age of five. I am also a medical school professor, which ultimately allowed me to identify my family’s gluten intolerance issues, but has also influenced my interests in the food-body connection in numerous other ways. Prior to earning a Ph.D. in plant pathology from the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture, I taught high school biology and was a seasonal park naturalist for many years. My experiences in medicine, agriculture, natural history, and teaching have all converged into the gardening and gluten-free living blog, Mother of a Hubbard. I hope you enjoy it!


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Starting School Gluten-Free, Worry-Free

As of yesterday, I am officially the parent of a kindergartener. Like most parents sending a child to public school for the first time,..

August 20, 2013 with 0 Comments

Our Celiac Story…A Final Word

Little Bo Peep The verdict is still out on little Bo Peep. To minimize the risk of cross-contamination, we all eat gluten free at home (but..

August 7, 2013 with 0 Comments

Our Celiac Story…continued

Pa Hubbard’s Story:  Very soon after the “cookie episode,” I explained the genetic basis for celiac disease to Pa Hubbard...

August 6, 2013 with 3 Comments

Our Celiac Disease Story

I never thought that growing my own food would one day help me PROTECT my family. Now that we know at least two of our family members are..

August 5, 2013 with 5 Comments

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  • Jeannette Shields: This was great! My favorite sentence was "..you are the one who puts yourself on that scale..." You are so right and I can take myself OFF too! By that, I mean, I think a lot of my negative self talk probably weighs more than I do!!!!! View Post
  • Nancy Short: I am gluten free dairy free and yeast free. Gluten free breads seem to all have yeast extract in them. View Post