Amy Eliezer 3391 Hadfield Greene Sarasota FL USA 34235 941-342-3413
Lynelle Thomas 2442 NW Marken Bend OR USA 97701 541-389-1731 email@example.com
(http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/CentralSJValleyCeliacs/), serving the Fresno, Kings, Madera, and Tulare counties of California.
Andrea Masemer, RD Dining Conference Rooms at the UVAHS Main Hospital Charlottesville VA USA http://www.healthsystem.viginia.edu/internet/digestive-health/nutrition/celiac support.cfm
Chesapeake Tidewater Celiacs, CDF, Chesapeake, Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Suffolk in Virginia and Northeast NC
Trish Cyrs Chesapeake Lifestyle Center 800 Battlefield Boulevard, North Chesapeake VA USA 23320 757-312-6132 firstname.lastname@example.org
Identifying celiac disease may seem simple enough. After all, there are tests your doctor can perform to determine if your body is reacting to gluten, the grain protein that those with celiac disease cannot tolerate. However, it is becoming more and more accepted that celiac disease may not always present as classic gut symptoms. Instead, celiac disease can cause and contribute to other diseases, deficiencies, ailments, and conditions. Because of this, some people with celiac disease may be diagnosed with diseases that could have been prevented or can be eliminated by a simple gluten-free diet. In other words, celiac is often considered the “root cause” of other conditions, even though it is seldom tested for in chronically-ill people. Read More »
When: Sunday – January 15th 2:00- 4:30 pm
Where: Mustard Seed Market 6025 Kruse Drive Solon, Ohio
Please note this is a new location for this special meeting.
We will be meeting upstairs in the banquet room.
Click here for directions
RSVP to Cindy: email@example.com
Annual Gluten-free Bread Baking Contest Meeting
Most people agree that good bread is the one thing they miss after being diagnosed with celiac disease. The Greater Cleveland Celiac Association would like to make that a thing of the Read More »
Nancy Latsha 7424 Oaken Drive Knoxville TN USA 37938 865-671-8118 firstname.lastname@example.org
- The delivery services from nearby farms, like Relay and Washington’s Green Grocer. (this is in the DC metro area–I’m sure there are similar services around the country) I can get organic fruits, veggies, meats, etc. easily, and Relay also has gluten-free products from Triple Oak Bakery and others.
- Buying non-perishables staples in bulk on Amazon, like Larabars, canned beans that are tested gluten-free like Eden, broth (we always use Pacific) and more. They’ve probably got your favorite mixes and pasta, and the normal basics like soups, paper products, etc. That makes my trip to the store quicker and less Read More »