Gluten-Free Blog


21 Gluten-Free Items to Always Have on Hand

February 15, 2016 at 12:33 pm

Though purchasing and preparing gluten-free food can become second nature in time, it is still a great idea to always have plenty of quick snack and meal options at hand in case you get in a pinch.  Here are 21 gluten-free items to always have on hand for easy gluten-free snacking and meal prep! Gluten-Free […]   Read more »

It can be difficult for kids to understand and manage celiac disease or gluten intolerance, and it might be just as hard for parents to watch their children struggle. But a celiac diagnosis doesn’t have to mean a lifetime battle. Here are my top ten tips for parents to help their children cope at any […]   Read more »

“When diet is wrong, medicine is of no use. When diet is correct, of medicine there is no need.” — Ancient Ayurvedic Proverb Since October is still being recognized as celiac disease awareness month, I decided to share some interesting facts about the disease from the Canadian Digestive Health Foundation (CDHF) that many people might […]   Read more »

Our 2013 list received such incredible recognition and helped so many of you in your college decisions, as well as helping students start the gluten free conversation with their school dining halls, that we are honored and excited to present our new, updated Top 10 Gluten Free Accommodating Colleges list for 2014! We here at […]   Read more »

Get Your #CeliacAwareness On!

May 12, 2014 at 11:44 am

By: Suzanne Wolke   May is Celiac Awareness Month and we are here to help you celebrate and spread the word about Celiac Disease and Gluten Free Living. Below is a list of some of the amazing campaigns happening during the month of May. Know of others? Add them in the comments below!   The […]   Read more »

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 »

By: Suzanne Wolke   Family get-togethers, holiday parties with your co-workers, and ringing in the New Year with friends. What’s not to love!?   However, with all the upcoming holiday get-togethers, eating gluten-free surrounded by people unfamiliar with your sensitive may seem a little daunting. Luckily it doesn’t have to be! This month we’re sharing […]   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 »

 By: Cait Simmons, The Gluten-Free Yogi   I am a gluten-free athlete and am often asked how I fuel up before a road race, triathlon, or hard workout. While the most common carbo-loading recipes contain wheat, there are plenty of alternative gluten-free recipes that include carbohydrates to fuel the body just as well (if not […]   Read more »

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