Gluten-Free Blog


Dining Out while Gluten Free

December 3, 2012 at 11:16 am

By: Megan T.  You have a gluten-free kitchen at home…but do your favorite restaurants? Luckily, with the demand for gluten-free options on the rise, restaurants are offering more and more gluten-free-friendly dishes on their menus!   Dining out today is much easier than it was five years ago. You may be pleasantly surprised by how many […]   Read more »

  By Susannah Faulkner, Strategic Sales Manager   Have you ever considered the fact that having a food allergy means that you can be affected by some key pieces of legislation? When I was first diagnosed with Celiac disease in 2006, I had no idea that politicians had the power to make my life easier. […]   Read more »

Celiac Awareness Month: A Challenge for You

October 4, 2012 at 11:28 am

By: Katie It’s estimated that Celiac Disease affects over 3 million people in the United States alone. Unfortunately 85% of those people are undiagnosed or even misdiagnosed with other medical conditions. Thankfully October is Celiac Awareness Month and we want to take this opportunity to spread the word about Celiac symptoms, treatments, and share some […]   Read more »

Avoiding Cross-Contamination at Home

October 4, 2012 at 11:21 am

By Felipe There’s nothing we take more seriously than caring for our family’s health. Unfortunately food allergies can certainly make that task even more challenging. If you or a family member are gluten free or have any other type of food sensitivity, you know how hard sharing the kitchen can be. While some families decide […]   Read more »

Written by: Susannah Faulkner. Susannah serves as the Strategic Sales Manager here at Udi’s Gluten Free Foods, and was diagnosed with celiac disease in 2006. She loves spreading gluten free joy on a daily basis.   It’s no question that autumn is absolutely my favorite season! The changing leaves, the chill in the air, and […]   Read more »

10 Simple Switches to Make Your Diet Healthier

September 17, 2012 at 1:52 pm

By: Megan   Our health is our greatest asset and implementing a better diet and lifestyle can have enormous benefits! According to the Cleveland Clinic, food can greatly affect how you feel; certain foods actually help manufacture the neurotransmitters in your brain. These neurotransmitters help “jog your memory, improve performance, increase pain tolerance, improve sleep […]   Read more »

Gluten Free Vegetarian Meals to Try

September 17, 2012 at 1:48 pm

By Leigh It’s all about simple switches. Simple switches, simple switches. That’s the mantra I keep telling myself whenever I want to make a major, or even a little, change in my life. For many of us big adjustments can be daunting and downright terrifying. But if you take it in little bites, instead of […]   Read more »

Gluten Free in College: A Survival Story

August 23, 2012 at 1:41 pm

by Katie When I was in college, I frequented fast food restaurants, loved pizza, and generally just ate what I felt like at the time. I’d always done that—I’d never had to watch what I ate, ever. Sure, I was nauseous all of the time, got frequent stomachaches and migraines, and had trouble focusing, but […]   Read more »

Celiac Awareness Events in May

May 11, 2012 at 8:55 am

There are countless things to celebrate this month: graduates, mothers, our nation’s veterans, weddings, horse races, warmer weather… and the list goes on! In the gluten free community, the month of May means one thing – Celiac Awareness Month.  For those of us on the Udi’s Gluten Free outreach team, May is full of in-store […]   Read more »

Children often associate the Holiday Season with getting gifts. As adults, we know this season is about much more than that – this is the season to give as well…JOYFULLY. First, I feel the need to define “joyful” and “give” and will do so with the help of Dictionary.com, which defines joyful as: full of joy, as […]   Read more »

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