Check out these five gluten-free cookbooks and get cooking!
The struggle to safely eat gluten-free is real and these 10 user-friendly gluten-free apps make it all possible! Gluten-free and allergen-free information is just a click or touch of the screen away.
How has Celiac Disease affected my life? It's not all negative! This article focuses on the many gluten-free benefits. Psst: you're mentioned in #10.
Wondering what protein bars are gluten free? Read on for 20 gluten free super-powered bars that will feed your body with nutrients to keep you going throughout the day. Bonus: vegan, Paleo & low-glycemic.
Did you know Eczema is a common skin condition for those with Celiac disease or gluten intolerance? Learn what I've uncovered in my desperate research on rashes and other autoimmune skin reactions.
As a vegetarian and celiac, I'm always looking for delicious recipes. I share my honest review along with pros and cons of Carol Fenster's 125 Gluten-Free Vegetarian Recipes cookbook.
Are you gluten-free & headed camping? A little pre-planning will help to make your camping trip an awesome experience. Remember to pack your own utensils and pans to avoid cross contamination. Be sure to educate your fellow campers of your gluten intolerance and the need to keep your foods separate from their gluten filled eats.
I'm beyond excited that California Pizza Kitchen rolled out their gluten-free menu! I taste tested their pizza and share my review and the feedback from CPK's guest relations on cross contamination.
I used to love eating my way down the boardwalk at the shore! The (gluten filled) possibilities were endless! Since going gluten free, I had a much harder time finding safe and gluten free foods on the boardwalk. I would frustratedly munch on nuts or a protein bar (yippee) while my hubby and kids ate all things off limits. Hmpf.
We recently took an overnight family trip to Washington DC. Between planning tours and sightseeing excursions that would entertain my five and eight year old (and successfully hold my very short nonexistent attention span), I realized I HAD to do some research on where to safely dine gluten free while in DC.