Gluten Free Anniversary: Seven Places to Educate Others About Celiac Disease

Today marks my 7th gluten free anniversary, meaning I’ve made it another year around the gluten free sun without combusting or fainting from lack of gluten consumption. That’s right; if you need to be gluten free you can survive, I promise. For me, at least, I feel like it gets easier year after year. More Read More …

9 Tips for Focusing when you Live a Gluten Free or Food Allergen Life

Let’s be honest, there’s a lot of extra steps having Celiac Disease or a Food Allergy adds to our lives. Often times we need to be on point so we don’t make mistakes, we need to find and buy more ingredients, we need to ask more questions, and so much more. All this requires a Read More …

The Gluten-Free History Project: Share your Gluten-Free Story!

Food, as I’ve said a thousand times over, is so much more than the sustenance for our bellies and bodied. The social quality of it influence our behaviours, personalities, relationships and even what we hold to be our traditions and heritage. Yet this aspect is often overlooked in nutrition, food, and mental health studies and the Read More …

Gluten Free Anniversary: Six Lessons Learned

Do you celebrate your gluten free anniversary? To me it’s my second birthday, it’s the day I started to get my health back and returned to being ‘me’. That’s something to celebrate… Like many people starting a new month I woke up March 1st 2010 feeling like I’d turned a new leaf. The gluten was out Read More …

The Importance of Slow Moments

Yesterday, before the hustle and bustle of the Thanksgiving weekend commenced, I woke up earlier than I needed, started the tea kettle, and slipped on my rain boots. Ice crystals were still on the patio table, and the world was just shaking awake on an uncharacteristically warm November morning as I went and opened up Read More …

Five Ways that needing to go Gluten Free can improve your Quality of Life

I looked at my Celiac Disease Diagnosis as a prescription for health. Control of my health was now in my hands and I had a solution I could personally manage to live a healthier life, which is in my mind better than taking any medication. Now, this doesn’t mean that I don’t bitch and moan Read More …

Five friends you have when you have Celiac Disease

Have you entered my giveaway yet? You should if you want to try some of my favorite gluten free goodies, including products from Glutino, Annie’s, and More! This week’s featured post is about friends: We all have them, hopefully, but when you have Celiac Disease your friends tend to fall into a few categories based on Read More …