About Hold the Gluten

Maureen Stanley was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in 2005. Way back before gluten-free was “mainstream“.

Feeling isolated and confused, Maureen decided to connect with fellow members of the gluten-free community. Hold The Gluten blog and podcast was created in 2008. 

Maureen’s work has been published in several gluten-free magazines including Delight Gluten-Free, Gluten-Free Living, and Living Without (now Gluten-Free & More) as well as Beyond Rice Cakes: A Young Person’s Guide to Cooking, Living, and Eating Gluten-Free. Maureen was part of the General Mills Gluten-Freely blog team. 

Learn about her personal journey “Going Gluten-Free Changed My Life for the Better!“.

1 Comment

  1. Unless the three tests I had were all false positives, I was just diagnosed at 29 years old. Luckily, I never got extremely uncomfortable or sick, just annoyed with feeling like I always needed to go to the bathroom and often did too many times/day to count. So, the diagnosis was a relief to me too! But, I have not even made it a full week of eating gluten free, so I have not experienced much improvement or hassles from avoiding gluten. I decided to share my experience, so far, on my blog: https://www.troyandbrittany.com/. Obviously, I could use some advice from an experienced Celiac! My gluten free cooking attempts need work! Thank you for sharing!

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