The ELL Foundation is offering a course for registered dietians on managing patients with food allergies and intolerance at the upcoming American Dietetic Association’s Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo in November. ELL’s Food Allergy and Intolerance management Training Program designed this course because they recognizes the growing need for assistance in assessing nutritional intake, potential deficiencies and substitute dietary plans among individuals having dietary restrictions. Celiac Disease/gluten intolerance is one of the main topics covered in the course. (more…)
Suffolk County Celiacs Organization proudly presents their 4th Gluten Free Vendor Fair and Fundraiser- the largest gluten-free consumer event in North America!
It will take place rain or shine August 28 & 29th, 2010, Saturday & Sunday from 11:00 am – 3:00 pm at the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 25 (IBEW), 370 Vanderbilt Motor Parkway, Hauppauge, NY.
Admission is $10. per person and $15. per family (max4)
Come tastes samples from 60 gluten free vendors at the largest gluten free (more…)
Although gluten-free eating has gone mainstream (gluten-free products and health information have saturated the internet, grocery stores, and advertisements over the past few years, and being GF has even been named a top food trend for 2010) chances are, you may be the only person you know who has known food allergies. This is why finding a community of supporters — other people who eat gluten-free as well — is so important in maintaining your diet and lifestyle, and being encouraged in your journey toward better health. And what better way to gain support than attending an event dedicated solely too gluten-free living?
Well, mark your calendars for September 12, 2010 — it’s the Got Guts? 5K race and food fair for celiac awareness. Held in Austin, Texas, Got Guts? will begin at 8:00 on the morning of the 12th, where participants can run in a 5K race, ending at the food fair — full of gluten-free food options. Participating in the race is optional, however, and event-goers are welcome to only run, only visit the food fair, or do both! (more…)
P.F. Chang’s is offering a free order of lettuce wraps with the purchase of an entree all because three golf pros each made an incredible shot. Visit their website and provide your email address prior to July 31st to receive the free coupon via email. How did this all come about you are asking? Well, just read the official statement below to learn how.
WHO: PGA Tour Professional Briny Baird, golf legend Annika Sorenstam and PGA Teaching Pro and U.S. Veteran Don Vickery, the first and only double amputee Class A member of the PGA of America. (more…)
And the gluten-free events just keep on coming. The CSA Northwest Arkansas Sprue Group #73 is hosting Gluen Freedom Day on July 23rd in Rogers, Arkansas at the Embassy Suite, John Q Hammond conference center.
This event includes educational workshops, vendor fair, cooking demonstration and gluten-free food. Tickets can be purchased in advance or on the day of the event and include lunch(an Italian lunch sponsored by Schar), admission to workshops and the vendor fair. Festivities start at 8:30 a.m. and end at 5:00 p.m.(more…)
This just in from the Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University…
The Celiac Disease Center at Columbia University will continue to host a Roundtable on Celiac Disease that deals with individuals and their families’ difficulties in living with celiac disease. The program will be held monthly and would deal with children, adolescence and adult issues with respect to celiac disease.
Members of the Celiac Disease Center who will be attending the Roundtable on Celiac Disease include adult and pediatric gastroenterologists as well as our nutritionist. We will conduct this program in an interactive format allowing airing of views and questions from all participants. (more…)
Get started on the right foot this summer by checking out these special gluten-free events at Whole Foods located in The District (located off Jamboree and Park in Tustin). Thursday, June 3rd: Learn what it means to be “going gluten-free”
Elizabeth Kaplan, founder of The Pure Pantry will be on hand to answer questions, provide her favorite recipes, and let you know what it really means to go gluten-free. There will also be food samples and a Q&A for those who are new to the gluten-free lifestyle. You won’t want to miss this special event.
The event began with a presentation of the celiac Iceberg Award to the founder of the Center, Stefano Guandalini, MD., with the help of Amy Lukas, one of the very first celiac patients in the clinic. This was followed by silent and live auction events and unlimited dinning possibilities. (more…)