Kerry Seymour, MS, RD, CDE 475 Hill Street Suite C Reno NV USA 89501 775-329-8811
Sandi Bigelow UT USA 0 801-569-2274 firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Coda UT USA 0 801-486-4140 email@example.com
Seashore Celiac Support Group CSA #96 is pleased to announce its 11th annual 100% Gluten Free Picnic in conjunction with Central Jersey Celiac/DH Support Group and Cel-Kids Network CSA#58.
Now bigger and better than ever!!
When: Sunday June 24, 2012 (Rain or Shine), 1 to 5 pm
All family & friends of celiacs welcome!
Please RSVP by June 18 with the gluten–free dish you’ll Read More »
When you have celiac disease or another gluten-related disorder, dating can be fairly tricky. With so much focus on restaurant outings, movie theater snacks and the post-date kiss, people with a gluten-related disorder have a lot more to think about than just finding the perfect outfit.
The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA) shares these 5 tips for navigating the dating scene while staying gluten-free. Read More »
I was diagnosed in 1996 when “celiac” and “gluten free” were still foreign words. I remember the first conversation I had with a fellow Celiac. I sat on the floor in my bedroom, confused and overwhelmed, listening to the kind voice on the other end of the telephone talking me through gluten free condiment options. She introduced me to our local support group and within a few years, I was standing as the president.
Support groups serve a great purpose of providing grass root support from others in a similar situation. This is priceless for newly diagnosed Celiacs and those who love them. There can be an initial overwhelming sense of confusion and helplessness. The good news is that even though there is a learning curve, it gets much easier! And local support groups can be a huge help in the process.
Whether you want to start a support group or improve an existing one, these tips can help get you motivated and succeed. Read More »
15110 – 10 Ave Southwest Suite A Seattle USA 98166 206-246-6652 206-246-6531 firstname.lastname@example.org OR email@example.com
South Seattle Gluten Intolerant/Celiac Disease Support Group Meeting.
Meets every 3rd Tues. monthly from 7-9pm at Valley Medical Center
Co-Chairs: Greg & Lynn e-mail: Southseattlegfgroup@yahoo.com
We are a group from St. Mary’s County, Maryland.
We meet at St Mary’s Hospital in Leonardtown, MD.
Our leader is Teresa A. Andrasik, RNC and we meet on the first Thursday of each month from 7-9pm in the St. Mary’s Hospital.
We are a group of people who have Celiac Disease, gluten sensitivities, and food allergies.
Teresa A. Andrasik, RNC – firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR THE NEWLY-DIAGNOSED CELIAC AND DH’er STEP-BY-STEP: BEGINNING THE GLUTEN-FREE LIFESTYLE©
by Janet Y. Rinehart, Houston, and Lynn Rainwater, San Antonio
A definite diagnosis of Celiac Disease (screening blood tests plus endoscopic biopsies) and/or Dermatitis Herpetiformis (skin biopsy) means a lifetime commitment to a gluten-free diet.
- Take full advantage of your local chapter membership. Our group leaders and contacts have experience with the gluten-free diet. We can help you acclimate to the changes in your lifestyle. We welcome your questions.
- Join national celiac support groups, for example: Read More »