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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... Full Bio
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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.

Debbie Ross

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,...

Lisa

Clifton Park, New York
I am a gluten-free, stay-at-home mom of one.  I was diagnosed with Celiac Disease in October of 2008.  As if that wasn't life-altering enough, in March of 2009, I had to have double cervical disc fusion surgery!  I have been learning to eat gluten-free and live with chronic pain ever since.  It hasn't been easy, but I've found a lot of friends along the way who have helped...