4-Week Tasty Gluten-Free Meal Plan

Looking for cooking inspiration? We’ve designed this 4-week tasty gluten-free meal plan to make it easy for you to enjoy flavorful, gluten-free meals with some surprising and fun dishes. We included shopping lists to make things as simple as possible. You can adjust quantities based on the size of your household, and make substitutions based Read More

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9 Ways to Live Gluten-Free During the Pandemic 

How has the pandemic affected people who live gluten-free? In a time where we’ve drastically changed our daily routines, what have been some of the challenges you’ve faced maintaining your gluten-free way of life, and how have you overcome them – or have you?   We’ve compiled nine ways that maintaining our gluten-free lives have been affected by the lockdowns and changes across the country. Can you relate?  1. Cooking more. For better or Read More

7 Tips for Avoiding Gluten Cross-Contact at Home

The presence of gluten, the protein found in common cereal grains wheat, barley, rye, and their derivatives, can be problematic even in microscopic quantities for those with gluten-related disorders (celiac disease or non-celiac gluten sensitivity). Though the first step in treating gluten-related disorders is eliminating obvious exposures to gluten, it is also essential to avoid Read More

5 Ways to Cut Costs on a Gluten-Free Diet

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 foods. The most expensive Read More

Last Minute Gluten-Free Gift Guide 2020

Looking for the perfect last-minute gluten-free gift item for the gluten-free people you know and love? We’ve compiled some gift ideas you can order online. Not sure when you need to order items so they arrive in time for the holidays? Hip2Save compiled a handy list of estimated shipping deadlines from Amazon, UPS, FedEx and Read More

31 December Food Holidays to Celebrate Gluten-Free

Food plays an important part in holiday celebrations. From Kwanza, Hannukah and Christmas to Yule, Festivus and Winter Solstice, specially-prepared traditional dishes go hand-in-hand with seasonal rituals. When you, or someone you love, is living gluten-free, holiday meals can be challenging or require extra thought and care. Did you know that you can participate in Read More

50 Gluten-Free Thanksgiving Side Dishes (by State)

Looking for gluten-free Thanksgiving side dishes? You’ve come to the right place. With the holiday season fast approaching, we continue to look for easy ways to create satisfying, safe eating experiences for anyone living gluten-free. You don’t have to ditch your favorite Thanksgiving traditions just because you can’t eat gluten. Inspired by an image created by Zippia that listed the Read More

The 10 Stages of Going Gluten-Free

Not yet in love with the gluten-free diet yet? Don’t worry – you’re not alone!  Getting motivated to switch to a gluten-free diet can be challenging. Whether a medical necessity, a sensitivity or a choice, eliminating gluten from your diet may bring up a whole slew of emotions.   We’re here to make living gluten-free easier for everyone – from those who choose to go gluten-free to those who Read More

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Celebrate Gluten-Free! At the Gluten Intolerance Group, we are on a mission to make life easier for everyone living gluten-free. Getting started on your gluten-free journey with our “Gluten-Free Living: Basics and Beyond” guide or then “Celebrate Gluten-Free” by exploring our e-magazine archives. To always be in the know and receive our publications in your Read More

Emergency Preparedness for Gluten-Free Individuals

October 2020 Being prepared for an emergency or natural disaster includes many components. Food planning is one of these. For people who require a gluten-free diet, extra attention needs to be paid to having safe food available, whether isolated at home or at an emergency shelter. One of the additional aspects of preparedness is having Read More

The Tools to Replace in Your Gluten-Free Kitchen

                                                             

Temporary label requirement changes by FDA may impact the status of gluten-free food

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the FDA is allowing manufacturers to make minor changes in packaged food ingredients without updating ingredient lists to reflect these changes. (https://www.fda.gov/food/cfsan-constituent-updates/fda-announces-temporary-flexibility-policy-regarding-certain-labeling-requirements-foods-humans). The guidance states that this should only be done when the ingredient being substituted does “not cause any adverse health effect”, with “gluten” being specifically noted as Read More

Coping During the Covid-19 Pandemic While Living Gluten-Free

All members of the gluten-free community are welcome to Join us on Monday, May 4th at 5pm PST/8pm EST for the first in a series of virtual education and support discussions. Register below.   Featuring:   Dr. Deena Abbe, Psychologist, PhD         Dr. Lisa Shaver, ND, MSOM, LAC         Read More

Not Labeled Gluten-Free? How Make Beans & Grains Safer

What if you can’t find certified or labeled gluten-free versions of beans and grains at the store? Is there a way to make them safer to eat? Here’s what you can do… Dry Beans. Since beans are relatively large, washing and visually sorting for anything that’s not a bean (e.g. a stray grain) works very Read More

Celebrate Gluten-Free: March 2020

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Assisted Living, Gluten-Free

Download the Printable Version of this Educational Bulletin While living in their own home seniors are generally able to control their environment to manage celiac disease (CD) or non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS). Transitioning to shared living spaces can present a challenge for these seniors in maintaining their gluten-free diet. Awareness of the importance of providing Read More

Summer Vacation Roadstop Smarts

with Find Me Gluten-Free   Ahh, the open road… Traveling to new cities and road tripping across the map is an exciting way to see untapped parts of the country (both at your destination and along the way), and experience a vacation like no other. One challenge? When you’re gluten-free, the road may still be your Read More

Appliances: Risk of Cross-Contamination?

Kitchen appliances exist to make cooking and food preparation better: quicker, easier, sometimes healthier, and often tastier. Do they need to raise any red flags regarding gluten cross-contamination? Let’s take a look: Dishwasher Have you ever wondered if it is safe to wash plates that have had both gluten-free (GF) and gluten-containing foods on them, Read More

Celebrate Gluten-Free: November 2019

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Gluten-Free Safety at School – 504 Plan

There are different approaches to helping ensure that a gluten-free child’s needs are met at school.  Children’s needs vary and the approach to accommodating gluten-free students varies from school to school as well. Each family needs to consider their own child and circumstances, and determine the approach which they think will suit them best. Simply Read More

College Dining Halls

Download the Printable Version of this Educational Bulletin Before setting foot in the dining hall, a lot of important information can be gained from talking with various administrators and departments at your school. Most schools have an accommodations office or department, which can help with special needs like dietary restrictions. They can provide useful information, Read More

College – Navigating Shared Housing & Kitchens

Download the Printable Version of this Educational Bulletin Gluten-free (GF) dining hall options may be the first food-related issue that comes to mind when heading off to college. But any college student knows that dining hall hours aren’t the only times food comes into play. Whether it’s for a late night snack or a quick breakfast in Read More

Foreign Restaurant Cards

Download the Printable Version of this Educational Bulletin German Ich darf aus medizinishen Gründen keine Produkte aus Weizen, Roggen, Gerste oder Hafer essen, also auch nichts Paniertes oder Mehl-Gebundenes. Mais, Reis, Kartoffeln, Gemüse, Fleisch usw. sind erlaubt. Auch Suppen und Saucen, die mit Maisstärke oder Kartoffelmehl gebunden sind. Spanish Por orden médica me está prohibido Read More

Beauty Supplements

Download the Printable Version of this Educational Bulletin People living gluten-free must monitor anything that is ingested for gluten. Since gluten taken internally can cause adverse reactions, not only foods but also supplements and oral care products must be evaluated. What about topical products? Does shampoo, body lotion, or make-up have to be gluten-free? The Read More

Traveling Gluten-Free

Download the Printable Version of this Educational Bulletin Whether you are planning a weekend getaway or an extended vacation, being on a gluten-free diet shouldn’t hold you back. With some advance planning and preparation, traveling while gluten-free is not only do-able, but may even expand your culinary horizons. First, take the time to research, plan, Read More

Hospital Stays Made Safe

Download the Printable Version of this Educational Bulletin Being admitted to the hospital can be a stressful experience, especially for those with celiac disease or other gluten-related disorders. Whether you are there for a day-surgery or for three weeks in rehabilitation, the hospital should be doing everything it can to meet your need for a Read More

Healthy Gluten-Free Eating Guidelines

Download the Printable Version of this Educational Bulletin Removing gluten from the diet is the essential first step to thriving gluten-free. Next, learn how to make your gluten-free plate exceptionally healthful.   Vegetables Fill approximately half your plate with non-starchy vegetables such as broccoli, bell peppers, onions, cabbage, carrots, artichoke, beets, Brussels sprouts, tomato, cauliflower Read More

Gluten-Free Cooking: Baking Hacks

Download the Printable Version of this Educational Bulletin The kitchen can mean something different to everyone. It can serve as a main stage where the production of sustenance plays out several times a day. It can be the place to go for winding down, for comfort and warmth. When the body requires a change in Read More

Gluten-Free Pantry Essentials

Download the Printable Version of this Educational Bulletin 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 hand will help make meal Read More

One Step at a Time

Download the Printable Version of this Educational Bulletin 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

Celebrate Gluten-Free: August 2019

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Celebrate Gluten-Free: May 2019

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Celebrate Gluten-Free: March 2019

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Celebrate Gluten-Free: December 2018

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