GIG Gluten-Free Resource Pages
We publish content every week on our website and continuously update currently existing content to provide you with the information and resources you need to make living gluten-free a little easier. Can you believe we have over 200 articles on our website and counting?
To help you navigate all of this content, we’ve recently compiled several resource pages based on specific roles and needs. These pages are great starting points to find content that is relevant to you.
Here are the resource pages we’ve created so far:
For Parents – From information about celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, and the basics of eating gluten-free for parents of gluten-free children, this resource page is packed with links to age-appropriate articles and GIG programs, like Generation GF.
For Teachers – If you’re a teacher, having a gluten-free student in your classroom can seem daunting, but the links on this page will give you the knowledge you need to understand their condition and help keep them safe.
For School Nurses – Without a doubt, school nurses are part of every child’s safety net while at school all day. Download Educational Bulletins and access information you can share with families to work together as a team to keep gluten-free students safe.
For Dietitians – We’ve compiled resources you can share with your patients and clients to help them better understand how to eat gluten-free in a way that is both nutritious and delicious. (Are you a Retail Dietitian? Click Here.)
For Food Lovers – If you’re looking for gluten-free meal plans, articles about gluten-free international cuisine, and other food-focused content, look no further. This resource page is for you!
How do you find our Resource pages? Check out our website navigation toolbar under Resources, and you’ll see them all listed, including a main Resources Page. Pick the one that’s right for you – or pick several depending on your roles in life. Feel free to share them with others as well.
Our mission is to make life easier for everyone living gluten-free. Guiding you directly to the information you need is just one way we do that.
What other resource pages would you like to see? Let us know. We’d love to hear from you!
PS: If you’re with the media, here’s a resource page for you.