Your Guide To Living Gluten Free
New to the autoimmune? Life as a celiac isn't so bad. There's no denying that this change in lifestyle takes time. It's an adjustment. But, lucky for you, I'm here every step of the way.
Gluten, a buzzword thrown around frequently in today’s world. But, do you really know what it is, and how it affects your body?
Eating gluten free isn’t so bad. Most people focus on the negative — what you “can’t eat”. The reality. The options are endless for all that we can.
Your prayers have finally been answered. You finally found the source to all your health problems. You were diagnosed with Celiac Disease. Now what?
Maintaining a healthy diet and gut is more than just avoiding gluten if you have celiac disease. It also requires a considerable fiber intake.
Healthy and gluten free food is expensive, unless you know how to scope out a good deal.
Meal prepping isn’t as hard as it looks. In fact, it actually can be quite enjoyable once you make it work for you.
Living in fear is no longer an option. We, celiacs, must be present.
Invited to a wedding as a celiac? Not to worry, these are the keys to surviving wedding season as a gluten free guest.
Life is full of reasons to celebrate. Whether you're trimming the tree or lighting a menorah, your holiday season should be merry and bright. Fearing your food is a thing of the past. So bring me some of that figgy pudding!
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Catch up on the latest buzz, trends, and scientific research surrounding celiac disease. Slowly but surely, we are making our way to a cure. Until we get there, I will provide insight every step of the way.
Wander the world without WORRY or WHEAT. Yes, you heard me right, traveling gluten free as a celiac is actually a breeze. So come fly with me, let's fly, let's fly away.
Pack up. Let's fly away.