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Tips, reviews and inspiration from our members to help you thrive on a custom diet

Resenting Ruts, and Pizza Saved My Life

Resenting Ruts, and Pizza Saved My Life
Our lives with food restrictions never need to be defined by 'have-nots'.  Celiac or otherwise, I have heaps more have's. But I was in a serious food-rut...
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Don't Trip On Travel: Trek Fancy-Free!

Don't Trip On Travel: Trek Fancy-Free!
...today, I'm celebrating. Because I can hit the road, do it affordably, do it joyfully -- and do it as a young woman with Celiac Disease...
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Tumble Gluten Free with Freedible: "Be More Than What You Can't Eat

Tumble Gluten Free with Freedible:
What are your freedibles?  I've dealt with Celiac Disease in multiple ways. But  the best way has undoubtebly been in word-play and humor....It's all in our freedibles....
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Overcoming a Celiac Diagnosis & Celebrating Gluten Free

Overcoming a Celiac Diagnosis & Celebrating Gluten Free
Celiac is a beast. Anyone who says that being strict 100% gluten-free is easy isn’t doing it right, IMHO. Every day I have to see...
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Freedom! (Or, An Allergen Free Chili, Independence Day Style)

b2ap3_thumbnail_IMG_20140618_120354.jpgCheck out a quick allergen-free chili on Tumbling Gluten Free.  Especially designed to be celiac-safe, though incidentally vegan, this Lime Cilantro Chili -- and the Chili...
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Try the First Ever VIRTUAL Gluten-Free Expo

This Tuesday, 1 Jul,  the first ever virtual gluten-free expo and conference opens, brainstormed and hosted by Gluten Away -- my fellow blogger, and extraordinary Celiac Disease advocate. You can pre-register...
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How to utilize coupons when you're gluten free.

How to utilize coupons when you're gluten free.
Do you live gluten free? Do you hate how much more gluten free items cost? Is the financial impact taking a toll on your wallet? If...
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Fast Facts from Celiac Disease Foundation Conference

Fast Facts from Celiac Disease Foundation Conference
For the full post visit http://celiacandthebeast.com/2014/06/celiac-disease-foundation-2014-conference-wrap/Couldn't attend the Celiac Disease Foundation 2014 Celiac Disease Foundation Conference? Here's some key research points from Dr. Alessio Fasano about celiac...
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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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Advocate Highlight #2: The Adventures of Anti-Wheat Girl

The Adventures of Anti-Wheat Girl I received a nomination for Anti-Wheat Girl and I think the note they left  really sums up who she is...
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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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Announcing our New Celiac Disease Know-How Center!

Announcing our New Celiac Disease Know-How Center!
Announcing the Celiac Know-How Center on freedible! Find celiac disease FAQs, along with celiac-related blog posts from our community, and gluten-free recipes and our guide to...
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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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