22 Sep 2016
Get Tested for Celiac Disease

Around 3 million Americans are currently living with celiac disease, but nearly 2.5 million of those people are undiagnosed or misdiagnosed. For those who suspect they have a health issue, it will be a difficult journey that takes 6-10 years, on average, before they are diagnosed with celiac disease. Most, however, will remain undiagnosed or […]

19 Nov 2014

Written by Jane Trygar Despite being diagnosed with celiac disease for over 10 years, certain family members still feel the need to be vocal about their disdain for my gluten-free lifestyle. Most of my family is pretty supportive. Some of my family members have celiac disease and other dietary issues, and we do a pretty good […]

04 Aug 2014
questions about gluten free eating

We’ve all heard them before, for some reason, people have a hard time understanding how a gluten-free person lives. While it’s not your job to act as a representative for celiacs everywhere, you might want to be ready with answers to the following questions. “So what can you eat?” I’m a pretty patient person, but […]

20 Jul 2014
gluten free support groups

It can feel isolating dealing with celiac disease, gluten intolerance, or a gluten allergy. The good news is you don’t have to go it alone. The internet makes it easier than ever to track down and join a gluten-free support group near you. These gluten-free groups are indispensable for the newly diagnosed celiac. I have […]

01 Jan 2014

Happy New Year! We’re so happy you’re with us in 2014. I hope you had a wonderful year, and are looking forward to another one. To celebrate this time of new beginnings, we’ve asked several gluten-free bloggers to share their gluten free resolutions for 2014. We’ll be posting a couple every week until the end […]

17 Dec 2013
celiac disease advise

You’re driving home from the doctor’s office with this new label. You have celiac disease.You’re a celiac. You’re gluten-free. And, frankly, you don’t have much of a clue what that means. You may feel scared, panicky. What am I going to do? What am I going to eat?! Ahh! You may feel angry. This sucks! Why me? Why […]