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No Sympathy: Am I Being Too Sensitive?

  There are times when I wish I had an illness that is more well known. Conditions such as lupus, diabetes, or COPD often illicit a...
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A Decade Since Diagnosis: 10 Years, 10 Lessons

A Decade Since Diagnosis: 10 Years, 10 Lessons
Recently, I had my 10-year Celiaciversary! To commemorate it, I thought I'd share this blog post with you all...   10 years ago, my mother sat...
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Chocolate, peanut butter, and oatmeal no bake cookies


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I Am Not My Condition + The State of My Health: Not So Swell

I had planned another post but I really can't wrap my head around it but here are my brief thoughts about being defined by conditions/diseases:  ...
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Wondering about Celiac Disease? Don't go Gluten Free - Yet!

Wondering about Celiac Disease? Don't go Gluten Free - Yet!
As more and more people try gluten-free diets, awareness of Celiac Disease is increasing - but ironically so is the risk of mis- or under-diagnosis. It's...
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My Celiac Disease Diagnosis Story

I have Celiac Disease.  However, it took 15 years of "tummy problems" to get that diagnosis. It all started for me in High School.  Some time during...
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Peruvian inspired Kaniwa, quinoa, and amarath pilaf


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Gluten Intolerance can actually be Subclinical Celiac Disease

Gluten Intolerance can actually be Subclinical Celiac Disease
I think most of us have met people who have symptoms of celiac disease, but when tested, are told that their celiac antibody blood tests and...
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What would you do if there were a cure for Celiac Disease?

celiac disease cure      Not too long ago, my husband asked me a question that completely caught me off guard. “Honey,” he said, “what would you do...
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Celiac Tales : The Smelly Truth

celiac disease stomach issues    I’ve been wanting to write this piece for a while now, I just couldn’t figure out how to do it “properly”. So after much...
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100 Easter Basket Ideas for Food Allergies

100 Easter Basket Ideas for Food Allergies
Do you want to make adorable Easter baskets for your kids but struggle with what to fill them with? In this post, I want to share...
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Organic Gardening and a Spring Smoothie Recipe!

Organic Gardening and a Spring Smoothie Recipe!
It’s all happened so quickly. I had hardly said farewell to winter when I turned around and found the most beautiful yellow flowers poking out of...
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Red Apple Lipstick Review & Giveaway

Red Apple Lipstick Review & Giveaway

I have to admit, I have never been very sensitive about whether or not my skin care and beauty products contain gluten. I mean, I make sure that anything that goes on my lips is gluten-free, but beyond that, I've never seemed to have any issues. I do read all the labels on the products I use, and I know that my make-up and lotions are gluten free, but my hair products contain wheat amino acids. But honestly, as long as I don't chew on my hair I have never had an issue.

 

For the past several years, I have been using various lip balms and have been mostly satisfied with them. My only issue is that I feel like I am reapplying at least once an hour, maybe more. Talk about time consuming. When I started seeing Red Apple Lipstick come up in tweets and posts by my fellow GFFs, I had to check them out. Boy am I glad I did - what an awesome company! Red Apple Lipstick makes all of its products from scratch so you're guaranteed to get a great product. Also, there is no petroleum, no animal bits, no gluten, soy, dairy, corn, harsh chemicals or GMOs in any of the products. What you're left with is lip balm and lipstick that are the most moisture-rich products I have ever used, and they last for hours!

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Denial, or Why I Ate That Damn Pizza

Denial, or Why I Ate That Damn Pizza
I never eat something I know I shouldn't. This, folks, is called being in denial. Denial is when you pretend something that happened didn't really happen....
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Celiac Disease Foundation National Conference & Expo 6/7-6/8

SEE MORE AT http://celiacandthebeast.com/2014/04/celiac-disease-foundation-2014-conference-and-expo/   WHEN: June 7th & June 8th WHERE: Pasadena Convention Center in Pasadena, CA WHO: Anyone who is celiac or diagnosed with...
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