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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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Could “Nanojuice” Someday Help Diagnose Celiac Disease?

Could this new technique someday diagnose celiac disease? One researcher tells us how it could get info on our autoimmune disease. The post...

Prepping for Gluten Free at the Minnesota State Fair

Are you ready to go gluten free at the Minnesota State Fair? We are putting it all together for the GF community! Here's the latest.... The...

Gluten Free Cheese Ravioli is Impressive

Ravioli is a food item you don't see much in the GF section. Check out this post on a tasty gluten free cheese ravioli I recently found. The...

Smashburger and Gluten Free Take 2

Smashburger and Gluten Free. We recently talked about getting a GF burger and bun at Smashburger. Now we have info on ordering their...

Detecting gluten one nose or technology device at a time

Detecting gluten in our food before we eat it would be great! Read about two options keeping (or will soon keep) celiacs & gluten-sensitive...

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