After the Diagnosis: Coping with Celiac Disease and Gluten Sensitivity

[I think back to the myriad of feelings I experienced when first diagnosed with celiac.Shock (really, I have a “disease”, and what exactly is celiac?);Relief (finally, an answer to why I was unwell); Depression (thinking I would never eat my favorite foods again);Fear (afraid to eat anything for the first few weeks); and finally arriving at Gratefulness (diagnosis probably saved […] read more

On December 5th, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Internships available at (non-profit) Celiac Disease Foundation (Spring, Summer or Fall 2013) Woodland Hills, CA

If you are interested in working for a non-profit organization specifically in the celiac/gluten-free world, consider an internship program with the Celiac Disease Foundation located in Woodland Hills, California. Work with Celiac Disease Foundation’s Directors of Operations, Development, Communications and Outreach.   CDF’s program benefits include: – Gain hands-on experience that has a direct impact on the celiac […] read more

On December 3rd, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Larabar (gluten-free) has a new fan! (Review & Giveaway)

Larabar (gluten-free) has a new fan! (Review & Giveaway)

Who hasn’t heard of Larabar? I don’t see any hands raised … I’m still looking, nope none!  You see these fruit and nut energy/snack bars everywhere – at mainstream markets, nutritional stores, gyms, and even at the airport. Truth be told, I’ve never had one. I’ve been gluten-free for years, but somehow a Larabar has […] read more

On November 28th, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Chuck E. Cheese’s announces expansion of gluten-free options to all locations in the US & Canada

Chuck E. Cheese’s announces expansion of gluten-free options to all locations in the US & Canada

Earlier in the year Chuck E. Cheese’s began a trial of introducing gluten-free menu options in their Minnesota and Iowa locations. The pilot program was a great success and has resulted in Chuck E. Cheese’s announcing two gluten-free items will now be available at all their locations throughout the United States and Canada!  Chuck E. […] read more

On November 13th, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Read our Rudi’s guest post: Keeping Healthy During the Holiday Season – for those with food intolerances

Thanks to Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery for inviting me to submit a guest post for their wonderful blog! Since we are nearing the holiday season, I submitted an article on “Keeping Healthy During the Holiday Season – for those with food intolerances“. The article will be useful for anyone navigating the upcoming holiday social scene with celiac, a gluten-sensitivity or other food allergies/intolerance(s). I’ve […] read more

On November 13th, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Finding Nutrition Support for Celiac via Nutritionist or Dietitian

by Lacey Wilson, MPH, Nutritionist, CPT, guest author Those infamous words: “You are positive for Celiac Disease, confirmed by endoscopy,” followed by “this will require your strict adherence to a lifelong gluten-free diet.” Okay, well that doesn’t sound unreasonable, the only thing that stands between you and the life you should have been living all along […] read more

On November 7th, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Goldbaum’s Natural Food Co. (gluten-free, GMO-free, diabetic-friendly) – Product Review

Goldbaum’s Natural Food Co. (gluten-free, GMO-free, diabetic-friendly) – Product Review

Goldbaum’s Natural Food Co.offers a line of gluten-free products that contain healthy, (pronounceable) natural ingredients which are free of preservatives and GMOs, and are low in sugar, making them a great option for diabetics as well as the gluten-intolerant.  And yes, Goldbaum’s also makes it possible for gluten-intolerant children (and adults) to join other family members and […] read more

On November 3rd, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Recipe for Gluten Free Cinnamon Raisin Bread

{We enjoy featuring monthly guest food bloggers from around the globe! Some you may have heard of, others are just starting out on the Gfree blogging scene. ALL are making a wonderful contribution to the gluten-free community, by devoting time, effort and delicious recipes via their respective blogs. Linnaea’s caught my eye, as I was […] read more

On October 29th, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Crazy Burger Cafe & Juice Bar (Gluten-Free), Narragansett, RI – Review

  If you happen to find yourself in the oceanfront town of Narragansett, Rhode Island (40 min. from Providence, 25-30 min. from Newport) be sure to stop by Crazy Burger Café & Juice Bar. My Find me Gluten Free app, listed this little gem as having gluten-free options, so I planned to meet a friend […] read more

On October 24th, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Autumn in the White Mountains of New Hampshire (gluten-free)

O hushed October morning mild, thy leaves have ripened to the fall; Tomorrow’s wind, if it be wild, should waste them all …   Autumn in New England … a time to enjoy family strolls through pumpkin patches and apple orchards … a time to linger over a mug of hot apple cider, cocoa or […] read more

On October 16th, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Recipe for Strawberry Shortcake (Gluten-Free)

It may be Autumn here in New England, a time when many are visiting orchards to pick apples and select the perfect pumpkins for holiday pies and muffins … Strawberry Shortcake has always been a classic Summer dessert but I think it can be served anytime of the year, including alongside the squash, pumpkin and pecan pies served during […] read more

On October 3rd, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Keeping the Gluten Intolerant Dancer Healthy

by Colleen McCarthy, RD, LD, CMT, LMT, guest author Dancing at a professional level requires being present in class and rehearsals, constantly striving to be at a very competitive level. My first professional job dancing with a company was a dream for me and I was going to do whatever it took to be successful.  Turns […] read more

On October 1st, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Rudi’s Gluten-Free Bakery Tortillas – Delicioso (Review & Giveaway)

I recently had an opportunity to sample the Tortilla/Wraps that Rudi’s was kind enough to send! I’ve wanted to try them since Rudi’s launched them a few months ago. The flavors include Plain, Spinach and Fiesta – certainly a nice variety to please everyone in the family! I am a fan of Rudi’s breads (especially […] read more

On September 25th, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Tips for Gluten-Free & Dairy-Free Dining at the Walt Disney World Resort

The kids are back to school now and the house a little quieter … which is just perfect for you to begin researching where you’ll be taking them on an upcoming school vacation! Yep, December, February, April will be here before you know it! Of course, Disney is, and will always be, a fun vacation […] read more

On September 11th, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Tasterie – an allergy-friendly meal subscription service: Review & Giveaway

Tasterie – an allergy-friendly meal subscription service: Review & Giveaway

  I was recently contacted by a rep of Tasterie, an allergy-friendly meal subscription service launched this past June. Founded by Dr. Lama Rimawi, MD, a practicing pediatrician from Massachusetts primarily out of the “frustration” she experienced trying to find healthy, allergen-free products to feed her two children, one of whom had multiple food allergies. […] read more

On September 9th, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Mint-Cacao Cookie Truffles Recipe (Gluten-Free, Vegan, Refined Sugar-Free)

by guest food blogger,Cara Lyons   Cara Lyons is the author of Cara’s Cravings, a food blog dedicated to indulgent recipes for healthy living. Cara has found that the key to maintaining her 75lb weight loss is spinning her passionate love of all foods and cooking into enticing, wholesome recipes featuring clean and nutritious ingredients. […] read more

On September 4th, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

ImmusanT Initiates Clinical Trials of Nexvax2, First-ever Therapeutic Vaccine for Celiacs

ImmusanT, located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, announced today (September 4, 2012) in a Press Release, that it has started clinical trials in Australia, New Zealand and the U.S. to evaluate Nexvax2, the first therapeutic vaccine being developed for celiac disease patients. Nexvax2 will “re-establish patients tolerance” to the toxic effects of gluten (a protein in wheat, […] read more

On September 4th, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

snackTAXI Reuseable Bags: (Gluten-Free) Product Review and Giveaway

snackTAXI Reuseable Bags: (Gluten-Free) Product Review and Giveaway

(Product Review & Giveaway) We all try to be as environmentally conscience as possible. We reduce, reuse & recycle at home and in the office … but let’s admit it some of us still purchase those ziplock baggies to pack our kids’ (or our own) gluten-free sandwiches and snacks, right! We can do better! Why […] read more

On August 21st, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Fueling the Gluten-Free Runner: Tips from a Registered Dietitian

by Melissa O’Shea, MS, RD, guest author       When you think about running and preparing for a long distance training run or race, one of the essential nutrients necessary for optimal performance is adequate intake of carbohydrates. When you skimp on carbohydrates, you deplete your glycogen stores, which means you run out of […] read more

On August 8th, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by

Fig Bars (Gluten Free) Recipe

by Nicole Wang, guest food blogger Nicole Wang, has been cooking and baking gluten, grain and allergy free for the last 15 years.  Nicole grew up in the food service industry and spends her time teaching others how to find confidence in the kitchen after being newly diagnosed with food allergies and intolerances. Early on in […] read more

On July 31st, 2012, posted in: CeliacCorner Blogs by