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Amy Leger

In 2000 when my toddler was diagnosed with celiac disease, I didn't know how to spell celiac let alone research it and find gluten-free products. A lot has evolved since then with the internet and celiac research. There is a lot to say about raising someone with celiac and having someone's life... Full Bio
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Celiacs could be reacting to more than just gluten, research says

We have always been told we can't have gluten. New research says other proteins also may not be so good for us. The post appeared first on...

Research: some doctors don’t follow celiac diagnosis guidelines

Celiac diagnosis guidelines are aimed to help medical professionals, but a new survey says some guidelines aren't being followed. Some survey...

Gluten Free Tricks of the Trade: Label Reading

With the new FDA gluten free label rule, its more common than ever to see GLUTEN FREE plastered across the front of of a package. It has made...

TWO Kinds of Gluten Free Girl Scout Cookies for 2015

2014 was the year Gluten Free Girl Scout Cookies made their debut. Now this coming year we have more options on flavors and how to get your...

Not using social media for gluten free info? It may be time to start!

There are many gluten free resources: websites, books, podcasts, magazines. But new research on social media & GF, says this is an area where...

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