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Breaking Bread

Breaking Bread
This past Christmas Eve, I listened to the soft sounds of Ave Maria and Silent Night waft through candlelit pews. My father has sung in a...
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Gluten Free Review: Good On Ya Cafe, San Diego

A beach-side cafe with a hipster vibe, Good On Ya Organic serves what its name implies: organic. From the fried eggs, diner-style in the pre-dawn to gluten-free pizzas...
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Freedible's Top 10 Celiac Disease Posts

Freedible's Top 10 Celiac Disease Posts
Celiac disease is as serious a medical condition as it is under-diagnosed and misunderstood. Square in the cross-hairs of America's love-hate relationship with gluten, it's been...
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Unacknowledged Symptoms of Celiac Disease

Unacknowledged Symptoms of Celiac Disease
You may not think you have  Celiac Disease because your symptoms just don't fit the pop culture definition of the poor, stick-thin, gut-ravaged patient dashing to...
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A Celiac Recap of Expo West, Natural Foods Convention 2017

I got to go to Expo West this year! the natural foods trade-show that swamps Anaheim each Spring with gluten-free new goods. Wicked w00t to that,...
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Is Kissing Gluten Free?

Is Kissing Gluten Free?
I love Valentine’s Day – in the middle of the grayest, coldest (2 degrees here in NYC!), dreariest, and most depressing month suddenly there are pink...
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Think you don’t have Celiac Disease? Well think again.

“I feel better when I don’t eat gluten, but I don’t think I have Celiac Disease.” If I had a nickel for the number of times...
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The Nima Sensor – A Game Changer

NimaGet ready, because the Nima Sensor is going to be a game changer in the gluten free community. The Nima Sensor from 6Sensor Labs is a...
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Gluten Free Oats – perhaps not quite as pure as we think…

Many of us with Celiac Disease cannot tolerate oats, but for those of us who can there is an important movement happening that you need to...
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On Relationships…. “Celiac Disease is your problem, not mine”

One of the questions that I get asked the most is “How did your friends and family respond to the news of your Celiac diagnosis?” When...
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Gluten Free Dating Tips

Dating with food allergies is hard. I was in a long term relationship when I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease. My diagnosis thankfully brought out the...
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Camp Manitou-Lin, Where Celiac Campers Rejoice

Camp Manitou-Lin, Where Celiac Campers Rejoice
Do you have fond childhood memories of going off to summer camp,  singing songs around the campfire, swimming in the summer sun, making new friends, and...
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Tips on Eating Out and Other Celiac Disease Resources

  This post is so timely. If I'm 100% honest, I'm having a bit of a panic attack about Memorial Day Weekend. Maybe you are...
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Physical and Emotional Care for Celiac Disease

Physical and Emotional Care for Celiac Disease
  So you've been diagnosed with Celiac Disease and have started to navigate what you can and can't eat. Every day you learn a little...
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Gluten-Free; Safe, Unsafe and By Whose Standards

  So you've been diagnosed with Celiac Disease and your doctor has told you to stay away from gluten. Maybe all they told you was...
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