Blog Posts - Celiac



Woot Woot.. Gluten Free Has Gone MAINSTREAM

Perhaps some of you could already see the writing on the wall with regard to the gluten free movement.....but for those who were waiting all these years for the breakthrough, it was a very long long road.But, alas, I am so glad to celebrate that now...
by You Can Know Anything on Dec 14, 2016

Canadian Celiac Association warns against gluten-free Cheerios

The Canadian Celiac Association is warning against gluten-free Cheerios products over concerns the cereal is not 100-per-cent safe for those with an allergy. Read more here: CBC | Health News...
by Celebrity gossip news on Aug 31, 2016

One of the Worst MISTAKES the GLUTEN FREE Movement is Making

I'm so happy to see, yet again, that BIGGER and BIGGER corporations are jumping onto the Gluten freeBandwagon and serving consumers like myself who are trying their best to live a Gluten FREE lifestyle.Companies like General Mills are spending millio...
by You Can Know Anything on Jun 21, 2016

Is Gluten Free Fast Food an Oxymoron?

It's coming...whether you are ready or not....the GLUTEN FREE apocalypse...Ok, ok, I'm being rather dramatic....but in all seriousness, if you or someone you love is working in the food industry and has not accommodated the GLUTEN FREE market.......t...
by You Can Know Anything on Jun 8, 2016

Why You Should Try Gluten Free...Even if You Aren't a Celiac

Ok, folks....I  just wanna write today to those of you who aren't necessarily diagnosed with any kind of gluten intolerance or celiac disease.Why? Because it is being discovered more and more, that eating gluten free foods can help ANYONE's dige...
by You Can Know Anything on Jun 1, 2016

Hey McDonalds Canada...... We want Gluten Free Burgers Too

I was surprised and inspired to read in an online MSN articlethat McDonalds serves GLUTEN FREE BURGERS in several European countries!To be specific, the MSN article stated that McDonald restaurants in Italy, Finland, Norway and Sweden offer ...
by You Can Know Anything on May 20, 2016

Love With Gluten Free Foods And Celiac Awareness Giveaway

Love With Food is no stranger to sharing and caring through their snacktacular junk-free snack boxes. For every snack box purchased, they donate two meals to food banks across America. They’re a company with a cause that strongly believes eve...
by Work Money Fun on May 19, 2016

Go Gluten Free: For A Healthier and Better Life

Gluten, came from the Latin word 'Glue', is a binding agent that gives elasticity to dough, helps it rise and maintains its shape. It is a protein that is found in gains like wheat, rye, barley and all their species and hybrids. When flour is mixed w...
by Pud for all Seasons Blog-site on May 15, 2016

Amy's Bowls Mexican Casserole Gluten Free Review

I've completed three weeks on a gluten-free diet. Without the help of packaged foods and my husband, I don't think I'd have made it this long.Eating gluten free is so, so hard, but especially for someone who's so physically spent she strugg...
by Chronic Leigh's Fibro Diary on May 10, 2016

Immaculate Gluten Free Chocolate Chunk Cookies Review

On my husband's last trip to Meijer, he bought me Immaculate Gluten Free Chocolate Chunk Cookies to try while I continue to contemplate whether or not I have Celiac Disease.We've always liked the convenience of refrigerated dough, whether we buy pre-...
by Chronic Leigh's Fibro Diary on Apr 27, 2016

FREE Gluten Testing

  Do you have unanswered health problems?  Do you feel sick after you eat?  Are you tired all the time?  Do you ever wonder if it could possibly be gluten causing your problems?  Maybe it is time you have yourself checked for gluten intolera...
by Gluten Free Birmingham on Apr 26, 2016

My Aunt Has Celiac, Do I?

By BluemooseI've been thinking about and reading about Celiac Disease a lot in the last week as I attempt to find some relief from my eternal suffering chronic illness. I'm nearly a week in on my gluten-free diet, though on Day 2 I had already accide...
by Chronic Leigh's Fibro Diary on Apr 21, 2016

Better Way Gluten Free Hamburger Bun Review

Despite not having any confirmation of Celiac Disease at this point, I've decided to go ahead with a gluten-free diet. There was just no way I could sit by and do nothing until my doctor's appointment in July. I mean, I have to work. I have to do som...
by Chronic Leigh's Fibro Diary on Apr 20, 2016

The Fibromyalgia Pain Scale and My Celiac Suspicions

I don't know about you, but for me the numeric scale for fibromyalgia pain is exponential. Like the Richter scale for earthquakes. Even though going from an 8.5 to an 8.0 doesn't seem like much on paper, it can have a pretty dramatic impact on m...
by Chronic Leigh's Fibro Diary on Apr 17, 2016

Meal Plan Monday – Spring Vegetables

We are looking forward to spring time, fresh vegetables, and farmer’s markets.  Our family also needs some food inspiration as we have added new rules to our diet and restrictions. Gluten Free | Low Iron | Low Vitamin C   …...
by Gluten Free Detroit Metro on Apr 4, 2016

5th Annual Gluten Free 5K in Birmingham

  It’s that time of year again, my friends – The Annual 5K and Fun Run to help raise celiac disease and gluten intolerance awareness! Run, walk, skip, or dance with us to the finish line – where a great gluten free brunch will...
by Gluten Free Birmingham on Feb 18, 2016

Meal Plan Monday – After Thanksgiving

Who really wants to make a meal plan after Thanksgiving?  The holiday takes so much preparation without being gluten-free.  Add dietary issues in there and it is easy to see how one would be sick of food. Life goes on … Continue reading ͛...
by Gluten Free Detroit Metro on Nov 30, 2015

Menu Plan Monday – Gluten Free Turkey

Thanksgiving is coming so it is time to think of warm meals and how to cook or prepare a turkey.  Did you know not all turkeys are gluten-free? At first I did not know how I was going to incorporate … Continue reading → The post Menu Pla...
by Gluten Free Detroit Metro on Nov 9, 2015

Menu Plan Monday – Gluten Free

The air is cool, SugarFest Halloween is past, and the big holidays are approaching quickly.  The best way to get through this season is by meal planning. I promise you, if you meal plan over the next two months you … Continue reading → T...
by Gluten Free Detroit Metro on Nov 2, 2015

Quinoa stuffed Bell Peppers recipe

Since going gluten free over 5 years ago, I spend a lot more time cooking.  My husband and I are trying to eat more vegan and vegetarian meals.  The recent news about processed meat is certainly an incentive toward that end.  Recently, I decided t...
by My Road to Good Health on Oct 28, 2015


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