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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...
Communities: Celiac Disease

Kyle Bryant

California
My goal is to push my limits (physical, emotional, mental) and encourage others to do the same.  At age 17 I was devastated with the diagnosis of a rare disease called Friedreich's ataxia (FA).  What the heck is Friedreich's ataxia and what would it mean to me for the rest of my life?  Over the next couple years my family and I found out that FA is a progressive...
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iceteezz

Clinton Township, Michigan
hello I live in Michigan,like walks,have 4 children and 5 grandchildren   I am looking into more information about ataxia

Chris H.

United States
My name is Chris Hempel. In October 2007, my husband and I received life-threatening news about our cholesterol - but our lives weren't in danger. We learned that we were born with a defect in a critical cholesterol gene and that our precious six-year-old identical twin daughters, Addi and Cassi, inherited a double mutation - both genetic cholesterol defects. For many months, I'd known...

GlutenFree ..

San Mateo, California
Communities: Celiac Disease

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...

kchan

Olympia, Washington
I was diagnosed with Celiac Sprue after a several years of extreme illnesses, exhaustion, unexplained tummy issues, “ulcers”, etc through a biopsy. I will never forget standing in my wedding gown for the last fitting, answering the phone and hearing the diagnosis. I was a bit… well.. gobsmacked, to say the least. The doctor stated the mystery disease and told me that I could...

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...
Communities: Celiac Disease

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...
Communities: Celiac Disease