Those of us who live the gluten-free life have chosen a more healthful, mindful way of living – we’re here to inspire you to live fully. So, whether it’s a recipe, a tip, or a new way to look at the world around you, we hope to help you be at your very best.
For those with celiac disease, the costs associated with a gluten free lifestyle can be astounding. Many find it a hardship even buying simple alternatives to mainstream products. However, while the financial burden cannot be lifted completely, it can be lightened in a variety of ways. Be creative in ways to minimize costs, and always look for options that may More ››
Over 30% of the American population is believed to have the genes for celiac disease. 2.5 children are born every minute with these genetics. While signs of celiac disease may vary greatly from person to person, there are certain similarities amongst groups. Digestive issues, for example, are the most common symptoms for infants and young children. Abdominal pain and bloating, More ››
If it’s your first year in college you’re probably living in a small space with no kitchen. So how do you eat gluten-free if you can’t cook? Your first step should be to go and speak with the nutritionist or head chef in your schools dining hall. They can suggest different ways to eat at the dining hall, like what More ››