Posts Tagged ‘celiac support’

Meet The Cheeky Celiac’s New Teen Chef

When I was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2008, I had no idea how deeply it would affect my entire world.  Not only did the diagnosis change my life, it also changed the lives of the whole family.  Once the words gluten free entered my daily vocabulary and I realized my doctor knew as little […]

McKendra is a healthy, intelligent girl. Photo from 2014

McKendra’s Story – Celiac disease diagnosis may have been life saving

After my unexpected celiac diagnosis, I was lost.  It had taken me seemingly forever to find a doctor with any knowledge of celiac disease but he lacked the ability to help me maintain a gluten free lifestyle.  So I did what came naturally to me, I located the closest gluten free support group and jumped in […]

Recap of the Phoenix Gluten and Allergy Free Expo

Imagine our excitement when we learned that the giant GFAF Expo was coming to the Phoenix, Arizona area.  I was honored to be able to attend the event as an official blogger.  It was quite refreshing to be able to attend a huge gluten free event within driving distance from Tucson with the knowledge that […]

February’s Gluten and Allergen Free Expo to be held Arizona

  Have you heard about the incredible Gluten and Allergen Free Expo?  This fabulous event is heading to the Phoenix, Arizona area February 22 and February 23, 2014.  We couldn’t be more excited to have the opportunity to attend as “Official Bloggers” without flying to a different time zone.  During previous years we’ve traveled to Dallas and […]

Food Allergy Bloggers Conference 2013 #FABlogCon

  There are simply not enough words to express the immense gratitude we feel towards Jenny Sprague and Homa Woodrum for planning and executing the phenomenal Food Allergy Bloggers Conference.  I came across a quote by Melody Beattie that sums it up better than I ever could as these ladies not only united food allergy […]

“The Gluten Glitch” book review

As the mother of 3 children, two of which are gluten and dairy free, I often wonder about my children advocating for themselves when it comes to school and other events where I am not present.  When I came across this book at an expo, I read it right at the author’s table.  The Gluten […]

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