Traveling Gluten-Free Site

Traveling Gluten-Free Site

There seems to be a number of sites on travel.  Karen reached out to me to share a bit about her travel site and here is her story as well: Tina, I launched a website almost exactly two years ago to address this specific challenge: traveling safely on a gluten-free diet. My son, who was […]

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Traveling with Your Celiac Child

Traveling with Your Celiac Child

     As a gluten-free advocate and mother, I am often asked by parents for tips on how to travel with celiac children. A surprisingly easy task, traveling with your celiac child requires a little planning and a few of the same adjustments you’re already mastering at home.      First of all, how you’ll manage your […]

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Birch Benders- Featured Guest Company

Birch Benders- Featured Guest Company

  Traveling with a celiac and gluten-free household or individual can have its challenges. Although gluten-free products are much easier to find these days I always try to pack my tried and true snacks I know will will be appreciated, consumed and that certainly pack and travel well. I knew without a doubt I had to […]

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Avoid Cross-Contamination of Gluten with Toast-It Bags

Avoid Cross-Contamination of Gluten with Toast-It Bags

In making a kitchen safe for celiacs, I recommend purchasing a new toaster specially designated for gluten-free use, which can be invaluable in avoiding cross-contamination. But what about when you’re traveling or eating over at someone’s house?  Now you can avoid cross-contamination with an innovative product called Toast-It Reusable Toaster Bags, which are convenient not […]

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GlutenTox Home Test Kit Empowers Celiac Disease Patients

GlutenTox Home Test Kit Empowers Celiac Disease Patients

When you’re on the gluten-free diet for medical reasons, such as celiac disease, it’s of vital importance to make sure your food doesn’t contain any gluten. Unfortunately, especially with lack of labeling guidelines by the FDA, just because your food is labeled “gluten-free” doesn’t mean that it is. Even when dining out at a restaurant […]

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The Essential Gluten-Free Restaurant Guide (5th ed.)

The Essential Gluten-Free Restaurant Guide (5th ed.)

When you’re celiac, there are certain essentials you must arm yourself with. The Essential Gluten-Free Restaurant Guide, in its latest (fifth) edition, is one of those items you need if you’re on the gluten-free diet, especially if you like to eat out now and then or do any travelling. I love to cook and highly […]

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The Gluten-Free Registry: Making Life Easier for the Gluten-Free Community

The Gluten-Free Registry: Making Life Easier for the Gluten-Free Community

It all began as a list of gluten-free friendly restaurants for their personal information, became a website, and is now an internet phenomenon listing over 17,600 businesses that accommodate the needs of the gluten-free community; if you haven’t heard of the Gluten-Free Registry, it’s time to check out this highly valuable internet resource. If you’ve […]

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The Top Five Tips on Raising Children with Food Allergies

The Top Five Tips on Raising Children with Food Allergies

I meet up with a number of wonderful people as a children’s author and due to being celiac myself this adds a whole new element to my wide range of friends. Jamie Eppenauer has a lot to offer the gluten-free community and I’d like to share some of that with you. Please enjoy what she […]

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Company Review: Michael’s Naturopathic Programs

Company Review: Michael’s Naturopathic Programs

While on my fall East Coast book tour, I was traveling from city to city, eating food here and there while doing my ultimate best to stay away from gluten, as I’m celiac. In Whole Foods I decided I wanted to supplement my diet with a good nutrient-based product. I was so pleased to find […]

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