Celiac Disease

For those with Celiac Disease, following a gluten free diet is a medical necessity—but it doesn’t have to be boring and tasteless!  Gluten free food can be delicious, wholesome, and joyful.  We are here to help you enjoy your gluten free lifestyle, learning and discovering new grains, new recipes, and a new enthusiasm for delicious, wholesome food.

Here you can find up-to-date, relevant news stories, helpful information, shopping lists, recipe recommendations and more.  We will connect you with a network of other people just like you.  Last, but certainly not least, we will provide delicious, wholesome gluten free products that will bring joy to your gluten free lifestyle.

 

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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 »

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: 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 »

In general, doctors and researchers know a good deal about how celiac disease works, and they are finding out more all the time. However, they know very little about non-celiac gluten sensitivity (NCGS).   Read more »

You may know of celiac disease as CD, celiac sprue or gluten sensitive enteropathy.  If you have this autoimmune disorder, you know that eating gluten can lead to chronic and life threatening symptoms.  The websites and blogs below offer support for individuals who need to steer clear of gluten, with advice for their friends and […]   Read more »

What do Chelsea Clinton, Keith Olbermann, Drew Brees, and Elizabeth Hasselbeck have in common?   Read more »

I don’t suffer from celiac disease or even a minor gluten intolerance, thankfully. But the first thing I did recently when I got the two major players behind Widmer Bros. Brewing Co.’s new Omission gluten-free beers on the phone was thank them.   Read more »

Early vaccinations do not seem to influence the risk of celiac disease (CD) among infants, nor do changes in the vaccination program explain the celiac disease epidemic.   Read more »

Autoimmune Disease Rates Increasing

July 5, 2012 at 3:18 pm

According to a new study the prevalence and incidence of autoimmune diseases, such as lupus, celiac disease, and type 1 diabetes, is on the rise and researchers at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention are unsure why.   Read more »

Fighting Celiac Disease

July 5, 2012 at 3:18 pm

Could you or someone you know have celiac disease? According to the National Foundation for Celiac Disease Awareness, about 3 million people in the United States have celiac disease, or roughly one percent of the population, and 95 percent are undiagnosed.     Read more »

 

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