19 Sep 2018
gluten free humor

Is celiac disease getting you down? I hear you. Even the happiest, healthiest, got-her-life-togetherest celiac has a difficult day (or week, or month) here and there. And while those times when you’re feeling most down in the dumps are some of the hardest times to maintain perspective (especially if you’ve been glutened), I’d like to […]

06 Sep 2018
differences between gluten related disorders

When you talk about what celiac disease is, you often have to talk about what the disease is not. While ‘celiac disease’, ‘gluten allergy’, and ‘gluten sensitivity’ or ‘intolerance’ are often lumped together in the media, they are three different gluten related disorders. While these medical issues frequently share similar outward symptoms, the causes of […]

29 Aug 2018
gluten free dining

You’re gluten-free, not a shut in. Your dietary preferences should not keep you from going out and enjoying a meal in a restaurant with your family or friends. Unfortunately, there can be a lot of stress around gluten free dining, especially in the beginning. Staying healthy and avoiding being glutened means making demands of the […]

27 Aug 2018
international bacon day

The holidays are coming! They are just a few days away! Are you prepared?  No, we aren’t talking about Christmas or Thanksgiving, but we are talking about another one that could be considered equally as important. Saturday, September 1 is International Bacon Day. And, we’re here to help you celebrate in the best way possible – […]

21 Aug 2018
why live gluten free

As gluten free products line more and more shelves in the grocery store, consumers are starting to question their consumption of gluten and whether or not gluten is a healthy item to have as part of their daily diet. People who have celiac disease don’t have much of a choice when it comes to eliminating […]

15 Aug 2018
tips for college students with celiac disease

College can make parents a nervous wreck. It’s terrifying sending your baby out into an unknown environment to transition into living on their own. They’re done relying on you for food, shelter, and transportation. Unfortunately, they’re also done relying on others to take care of their health. This transition from being driven to doctors appointments […]

25 Jul 2018
gluten intolerance signs

In recent years, many people have been adopting a gluten-free diet for health and weight management reasons. However, there are those who must follow this type of diet not by choice, but out of necessity. For people who suffer from gluten sensitivity or gluten intolerance, also called celiac disease, consuming gluten can lead to illness […]

20 Jul 2018
gluten free party

In the days of old, gluten-free could have typically was described as taste-free. Muffins crumbled, cupcakes were dense and flavorless, and the bread — let’s not even talk about the bread. Now, it is so encouraging and exciting how far gluten-free foods have come! What was once tolerated is currently anticipated, what used to be […]