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Jessica P.

Washington, District of Columbia
My name is Jessica Pung, I am 23 years old, pursuing my dreams and loving life in Washington, DC. I have always been interested in healthy living. I grew up with an unstable relationship with food, I was often put on diets by my pediatrician and eventually succumb to an eating disorder in high school. After seeking counseling in college, I was able to secure a strong foundation in healthy living...

Vanessa M. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven

Silver Spring, Maryland
Vanessa Maltin received a bachelor's degree in journalism from the George Washington University and holds a certificate in the Practical Applications of Food Allergy Guidelines. Currently, she is the Food & Lifestyle Editor of Delight Magazine and also serves as the Deputy Communications Director of Health Care for America Now, the organization working to provide all Americans with...

Melissa MJ Health Maven

Golden, Colorado
I’m a Nutrition Therapist, have a degree in Exercise Science, am a Registered Yoga Instructor (I don’t currently teach classes), and have a personal interest and expertise in celiac disease, gluten sensitivity, and holistic health. I’m on a mission to increase awareness of celiac disease and help people navigate the gluten-free lifestyle with confidence, strength, optimal...
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Caryn T. Facebook

West Chicago, Illinois
My heart has carried this deep desire to be part of a special club for kids suffering from food allergies ever since my oldest child was diagnosed in 2007 with a chronic multifocal tic disorder and eventually celiac disease. After a food allergy test revealed the need to eliminated 15 foods from his diet I became completely overwhelmed with our situation. At that time I knew very little about...

Jennifer Patient Expert

California
Jennifer Finberg Schloss is the founder of the Gluten Free LA blog and Celiac Coach, a company that is dedicated to healthy living through nutrition and lifestyle. Jennifer was inspired to start Celiac Coach after her own struggles with celiac disease and lactose intolerance. Jennifer has always had a passion for healthy living. After being diagnosed with celiac disease in 2001, her interest...
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Jules S. Patient Expert

Baltimore, Maryland
I was diagnosed with celiac disease in 1999.  Since then, I have made it my personal mission to help others like myself eat and live well gluten-free. In 2006, I published the popular gluten-free cookbook Nearly Normal Cooking for Gluten-Free Eating. In December of 2008, my second book was released, The First Year: Celiac Disease and Living Gluten-Free.   Through my weekly...
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Debbie Ross Facebook

Wake Forest, North Carolina
I began my blog as a way to give of myself and share what I am learning in my healing journey. The road has not always been easy, but it gets better just knowing that maybe I can help someone else move faster through this process. My family and I have many food and chemical sensitivities that make cooking and shopping a challenge. We need to eat organic, no: additives, preservatives,...

Laura F.

Tustin, California
Laura is a senior at California State University, Long Beach studying Journalism and Public Relations, with a minor in Communication Studies. In 2007, an article she wrote regarding the rising cost of birth control for students was picked up by U-Wire and published online at The New York Times. Her career goal is to use the skills she acquired in college to become a Journalism and Public...

TinaTurbin

California
Tina Turbin www.GlutenFreeHelp.info became extremely interested and involved in the subjects of celiac disease, gluten sensitivity and gluten issues a number of years ago, after being diagnosed as celiac after many years of unresolved troubles. Since then, she has engaged in diligent research and writing about these topics, many weekly radio guest spots, developing gluten-free recipes and...

JoAnn .. Facebook

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...