Tag Archives: Celiac disease

Separate Gluten-Free Appliances: Are they necessary?

-A question that many new gluten-free eaters ask themselves. Do I really need to go out and buy a new toaster? Will I really get sick from crumbs? The above questions are asked at the same time that the overwhelming feeling of what has my life become? starts to set in. Do you have a dedicated gluten-free toaster? I do. I went out and got one the day I ...

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National Foundation For Celiac Awareness Prepares Colleges and Universities for Gluten-free Requests

1/18/2013 Recent Court Settlement Sets Strong Precedent for Gluten- and Allergen-Free Accommodations; NFCA Urges Colleges and Universities to Take Action.   Ambler, Pa.  (Jan.  15, 2013) – Students choose their college or university based on a number of factors. Their ability to find a meal on campus shouldn’t be one of them.   According to the National Foundation for Celiac ...

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Gluten Free Works Launches Celiac Disease e-Newsletter for Support Group Leaders

December 7, 2012: Port Charlotte, Florida. Gluten Free Works Inc. announced the launch of its newest online publication, Celiac Disease Today. In our ongoing efforts to help people get well and stay healthy, living gluten free, Gluten Free Works is proud to distribute the first issue of Celiac Disease Today, a special new monthly e-newsletter for gluten-free support group leaders.  As the name ...

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How Do You Own Your Health?

This is the article I wrote on Health and Wellness for the Autism Community Magazine.  I recently heard Rebecca Onie speak on TedTalk about the current healthcare system in the US. She poses the questions: “What if our health care system kept us healthy? What if waiting rooms were a place to improve daily healthcare? What if doctors could/would prescribe/facilitate ...

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One Grain More – Les Mis Food Allergy Parody

The Les Misérables food allergy parody that will knock your hypoallergenic socks off! With the amazingly popular hit musical Les Miserables coming to theaters oh so soon (only 26 days, but who’s counting?!), I thought it would be appropriate to share this funny and amazing “One Grain More” video made by four people who are struggling to cook gluten free. ...

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What to Do When You’re First Diagnosed with Celiac Disease Video

In this video, Marie Fang shares 5 awesome tips for dealing with a recent diagnosis of Celiac Disease or gluten intolerance. From keeping it simple to expanding your gluten-free circle, Fang describes what worked best for her when she was first diagnosed. Share this video with a friend who has recently been diagnosed, or use it yourself. Fang reminds us ...

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Chuck E Cheese to Offer Gluten Free Options

Effective today, over 500 locations of Chuck E Cheese restaurants will begin offering two GFCO certified gluten-free options for those visitors following a gluten-free diet. An individual cheese pizza and an individual chocolate fudge cupcake are the two certified gluten free options now available to children and parents visiting the establishment.

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