Health knowledge made personal
My husband was diagnosed with celiac in 2005, and since then I have been working toward understanding how to make living and eating gluten free easier and better. As a non-celiac myself, I work hard to make food that tastes as good as wheat versions of the same thing. If I'm making it, I want to be able to eat it, too. At the time of my husband's diagnosis, I had hardly heard of celiac, but now it seems that everywhere I turn there are more people being diagnosed and looking to me for help. I want to provide support for all of those feeling overwhelmed by a gluten-free diet, and help make that transition as painless as possible. It's easy, and tasty, to be gluten-free. It was wonderful to see my husband's health improve so much, and I want others to be able to find the same relief and health through their dietary changes.