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marylandceliac

On my blog, the Gluten Free Optimist, you will find gluten-free news, reviews, praise, and humor. I am a freelance writer and wrote articles published in Gluten-Free Living magazine. I am also the DC Gluten Free Examiner and have been gluten-free since January 2007.
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Ms. Celiac

New York, New York
The creator of the site, Paige Munson, is a Celiac Disease patient herself and follows a gluten free diet. She was diagnosed in 2003 and since then has attended several Celiac Disease conferences within the New York area. She has also traveled extensively throughout the United States and Europe enjoying a variety of national and international gluten free cuisine. Paige Munson is a recent...
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adventuresgfmom

Rio Rancho, New Mexico
I am a 36 year old gluten-free SAHM to two boys, ages 6 and 2. I was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2005 and dermatitis herpetiformis in 2008, both which require a strict gluten-free diet for life. My 6 year old also has celiac disease. My husband decided when Sam was diagnosed in 2008, that we should become a gluten-free family, so I began to blog on my adventures in gluten-free cooking for a...

Wendy H.

Durham, North Carolina
A little about me....I'm a bit of an idealist.  I want everyone to be happy and think everyone should want the same for others.  I don't understand mean people.  I cry easily and laugh often.  I love cartoons.  I believe I have the best husband in the world.  I like to think of my life as a beautiful picnic with the occasional ant biting me in the butt....

JoAnn ..

California
I began my blog in late 2008 partially as an attempt to archive my experiences in learning to cook gluten free. I also wanted to spread the word that untreated celiac disease can lead to other autoimmune diseases, so eating gluten free is not only key to controlling current symptoms, but is crucial for prevention of the future "triggering" of autoimmune disorders. By December 2008 I...

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 in your hands-- solely dependent on you learning about the gluten-free diet. My blog comes from...
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