26 Jan 2017
celiac desease 101

This post was originally published by our founder, Jane Trygar in 2014. The information provided is still relevant and helpful today.  When I was diagnosed with celiac disease, I wasn’t sure what to do. So, like anyone who needs answers, I turned to the internet. What I found was a lot of information. Information I […]

24 May 2016
celiac in the military

In a Facebook discussion recently, the topic arose concerning  celiac in the military and we were intrigued with solutions for those who may be learning how to cope while serving our country. Military servicemen and women find themselves in unusual living situations and are required by virtue of their position to easily adapt to situations. With […]

07 Apr 2016

If you have celiac disease or are gluten sensitive, even trace amounts of gluten in your food can be a serious concern. Gluten cross contamination happens when regularly gluten-free foods come in contact with, and are contaminated by gluten containing foods. Cross contamination may occur during storage, preparation, cooking and consumption. It is always a good […]

16 Jun 2014
gluten free kitchen

Note: For this resource, we are assuming that you have chosen to make your household 100% gluten-free. Scroll to the bottom of this post for posts on creating a safe household while living with gluten eaters. If you hate cleaning normally, you’re going to loathe the deep cleaning required to rid your kitchen of gluten. […]

19 Dec 2013
celiac disease myths

While the gluten-free diet has been getting a lot of attention lately, many people still lack information about the diseases that would cause one to eliminate gluten from their life. Because much of the information about celiac disease is anecdotal, incomplete or otherwise difficult to understand, myths develop around what causes it, and how individuals […]

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 […]

11 Dec 2013

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 […]