Gluten-Free Blog


By: Suzanne W. The Grocery Store. Towering aisles, filled with cans, bottles, bags, boxes, and way too many options to choose from. – This place can be overwhelming for any shopper to navigate and when you’re trying to find the food that is best for you and your family it’s important to distinguish the healthy options […]   Read more »

You Got Glutened! Now what?

December 16, 2013 at 1:20 pm

By: Katie White – Udi’s Outreach Coordinator   We try our best to remain completely free of gluten – we quiz wait staff, call manufacturers, even stick to only a few brands we know and trust. Unfortunately there are times when, in spite of our best efforts, we still get glutened. All of us have […]   Read more »

Fan-favorite Gluten Free Blogs!

December 6, 2013 at 1:05 pm

By: Suzanne Wolke   Last month we asked you here what your favorite gluten-free blogs were. And you delivered! Find the top blogs below, they’re full of great gluten-free resources, recipes, and more. If we didn’t mention your favorite make sure to add it in the comments below.   Gluten Free On a Shoestring - http://glutenfreeonashoestring.com/ […]   Read more »

By: Katrina Morales   Parents… We worry about our children’s safety and even more about their feelings. We can’t help it. The thought of our child missing out on a childhood birthday party due to Celiac’s Disease or a Gluten Intolerance is… well…intolerable! Thankfully, there are now a number of fantastic products available to make […]   Read more »

Making Your Dorm Room GF Friendly

October 7, 2013 at 4:41 pm

By: Katie Lampkin, Udi’s Outreach Coordinator and resident office Celiac   You’ve already done your research on which colleges have the best gluten-free accommodations (Right?  If not, see our blog post here), but now it’s time to take the next step and ensure that your dorm room is GF-friendly as well!   Now, you might […]   Read more »

By: Suzanne Wolke – Udi’s Social Media Manager   If you have Celiac Disease or a severe gluten intolerance your home kitchen is probably already completely gluten free or any possible cross-contamination is prevented. But what about when you head to work? Most likely, not everyone in your office or workplace is gluten free and […]   Read more »

Identifying Hidden Sources of Gluten

August 19, 2013 at 11:12 am

By: Danica Loucks – Udi’s New Face of Gluten Free   Perhaps you’re on gluten-free diet and it seems to be working well for you, but every once in awhile you find yourself glutened yet can’t identify the culprit. Unfortunately, this happens to many Celiac and gluten intolerant folks because of hidden sources of gluten […]   Read more »

By: Suzanne Wolke We’ve all been there. Whether it’s date night, the girls are getting together, or you simply don’t feel like cooking tonight, the search for restaurants with (edible) gluten free options commences. Not only do you want to verify they have something for you to eat besides a measly piece of lettuce, you […]   Read more »

By: Lisa Cantkier, Founder of Gluten Free Find May is national celiac disease awareness month in the United States. If you’ve recently been diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten intolerance, we’re here to help make your transition to a delicious and enjoyable gluten-free life seamless. Remember to be patient with yourself. Give yourself time to digest your […]   Read more »

By: Colleen O’Sullivan and Susannah Faulkner   If you are gluten free and considering where to go to college, we may be able to help! This list will give you information about the top gluten-free accommodating campuses across the country.  From the east coast to west coast, from small schools to large schools, this list […]   Read more »

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