Archive for February 25th, 2011

 


Jennifer Leeson Gluten Free Works

gluten free cooking friendsThe phone rings…it’s my friend calling to see if I would like to come over to dinner.  Little does she know that I have just been diagnosed with Celiac disease and I’m now nervous about eating at other people’s homes… 

I’m still learning what to eat and how to read labels.  I feel my heart beat increase, and my palms start to sweat.  “What is this weird feeling,” I ask myself.  I feel like I’m going to panic…and all over a social invitation.  “What’s wrong with me, this shouldn’t be a big deal.  It never was before, I’ve always just done what I wanted.”  Oh yeah, I remind myself, it’s because I don’t know if I will be able to eat if I go over.  Maybe I just shouldn’t (more…)


John Libonati

The Celiac Disease Resource – Upstate New York

February 25th, 2011 by John Libonati

The Celiac Disease Resource, Inc., (TCDRI) is a non-profit organization founded in 1995 and incorporated in 1999. Our organization is dedicated to providing educational information to the general public by regular meetings, special events, printed literature, telephone and e-mail support.

Contact Information:

www.CeliacResource.org
UpstateCeliacs@yahoo.com
P.O. Box 621, Glenmont, NY 12077 – 518-461-7065

John Libonati

Gluten Free Living Expo October 7-9, 2011

February 25th, 2011 by John Libonati

 

PRESS RELEASE: Gluten Free Living Now, LLC.

Gluten Free Living Expo
October 7-9, 2011
10 am to 5 pm daily

Location:
The Fountains
502 Carmel Drive
Carmel, Indiana

Featuring:
Alessio Fasano, M.D., Center for Celiac Research
World’s most well known expert on Celiac Disease

Additional experts will be speaking about the Gluten Free Lifestyle throughout this event. (more…)

Real Gluten Free Foods

“Real Food” can be defined as natural, unprocessed, traditional and nourishing foods that human have always eaten. This includes things like whole fruit, vegetables, nuts, seeds, herbs and spices, fish and seafood, and animal protein. These lie in stark contrast to our modern foods which have been grown with the use of pesticides, herbicides, insecticides, have very often been genetically modified, and had chemicals and flavorings (synthetics and other highly-addictive allergens) added.

For those living a gluten-free lifestyle, supporting “real food”, or “pro food” as it’s sometimes called, with our purchases is important because it reduces the risk of being exposed to and ingesting gluten. Processed foods — both conventional and (more…)