3 Tips for Gluten-Free Label Reading

Download the Printable Version of this Educational Bulletin Updated January 10, 2021   When you’re living gluten-free, making sense of food labels can be a bit of a puzzle you must solve before you can feel confident putting that product in your cart and bringing it home to consume. We put together three tips for reading labels on packaged food products to help you figure out if they’re safe for Read More

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5 Ways to Cut Costs on a Gluten-Free Diet

Published January 7, 2021 Following a gluten-free diet? Feeling a pinch in your pocketbook?  A valid concern since many gluten-free foods usually come with a higher price tag.   Luckily, eating gluten-free does  not  have to break the bank!  Here are five ways to decrease food costs when following a gluten-free diet.    Cut Costs on a Gluten-Free Diet 1. Focus on whole Read More

4-Week Basic Gluten-Free Meal Plan

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The 10 Stages of Going Gluten-Free

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Transitioning Your Child to a Gluten-Free Diet

Published March 16, 2020 Download the Printable Version of this Educational Bulletin Transitioning your child to a gluten-free diet can feel overwhelming and confusing at times. You may feel unsure of how to keep your child safe while still allowing them to experience the joys of being a kid. You can rest assured that with Read More

Going Gluten-Free One Step At a Time

Published January 20, 2020 To view full image click photo or Printer Friendly File.     Learn more about living gluten-free! Start by reading 3 Tips for Gluten-Free Label Reading.

Is It Always About Gluten? What are FODMAPs?

Published January 16, 2020 If you have celiac disease, the answer is “yes.” But for non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS), it’s not so clear cut. If you think you have NCGS, your healthcare provider may have suggested you have an issue with “FODMAPs” instead. Here, we explain what FODMAPs are, why some people have issues digesting Read More

Talking to Friends & Family About Living Gluten-Free

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Celiac Disease in Children

Download the Printable Version of this Educational Bulletin Published December 18, 2019 What is celiac disease? Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder that results from the response of the immune system to the ingestion of gluten, which is a protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. This immune response causes inflammation and damage to the Read More

What is Celiac Disease?

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Getting Started on a Gluten-Free Diet

Download the Printable Version of this Educational Bulletin Published December 14, 2019 The following information is intended to be used as a preliminary guide for those who are newly diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity. Not all aspects of the gluten-free diet are as clear cut as portrayed here. For additional details about the Read More

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Gluten-Free Pantry Essentials

Download the Printable Version of this Educational Bulletin Published October 16, 2019   There has been a burst of gluten-free products appearing on grocery store shelves over recent years, but it can still be difficult to know where to start in building up your first gluten-free pantry. Having a good selection of gluten-free items on Read More

Easy to Find & Easy to Fix Meals and Snacks

Download a Printable Version  Published October 15, 2019 Hungry for a quick bite? Not sure what is safe to eat? Here are some easy-to-find and easy-to-fix foods that make perfect snacks and quick, simple meals to get you started on a gluten-free diet.* Snacks: Fresh fruit Broccoli and tomatoes with ranch dip Carrots and hummus Read More

One Step at a Time

Download Printable Version Published October 15, 2019   Following a gluten-free diet is a major lifestyle modification. There is a lot to know about foods, ingredients, and changes in lifestyle and cooking, and you may be wondering just where to start. Try taking things “one step at a time” to help make your gluten-free transition Read More