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This is my latest favorite from the always hilarious When I Went Gluten Free.
Read more of this hilarious resignation letter at Glam Without Gluten.
It was hard to give up gluten containing food, but I knew it would be better for my body and stop a lot of pretty nasty symptoms. But I was still getting “glutened”, even when I thought I was careful. … Continue reading
There are many events to celebrate 2012 Celiac Awareness Month. Many celiac/gluten free sites are participating in getting the word out about celiac disease. Here is a list of some of the places you can learn more about this:
- What Health – Great article summarizing the goals of Celiac Awareness month along with a short list of events. The above graphic is from their site. Thank you!
- National Foundation for Celiac Awareness – Central page for all of the events (in person and online), themed guest blogs from all of the “rock stars” of the gluten free/celiac community and more. They are the reason we have this month.
- iamjtheblog – J has put together a very ambitious project called “Life with CD/GI/GS in Pictures”. Every day a guest blogger will submit a picture/collage describing their life with celiac disease/gluten intolerance/gluten sensitivity or from the point of view of someone who lives with them. Check it out daily and look for our contibution on May 11th!
- East Bay Celiac – Has made a huge commitment to a daily posting of his life with Celiac Disease. As if that isn’t enough, he will also have guest posts from people living with GF folks AND he convinced some friends to live a week “as a celiac”. This is going to be good.
- Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG) – Their Chef to Plate 2012 initiative highlights restaurants that raise gluten free awareness worldwide.
- Twin Cities Celiac Walk – “Making Tracks for Celiacs” is a Walk/Run for Celiac Disease Research & Awareness being held in Minnesota on Saturday, May 19, 2012.
- I have Celi-Ac what? is posting daily during Celiac Awareness Month. These are excellent and well written posts. Note: As of 5/19, these have moved to her new site, Glamorous Without Gluten.
- The Happy Gluten Free Vegan is doing a month of gf recipes.
- The Gluten Free RD is writing a post-a-day for all of Celiac Awareness Month.
- Ken Scheer is doing a post-a-day as well.
Updated 5/2/2012 – courtesy of wtfCeliac in our comments.
As always, if you are new to having to eat gluten free, check our sidebar for the “New to Gluten Free?” list of resources.
These are just the ones I could type up tonight. If your event isn’t on here, please post a comment below, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or let me know on twitter. More will be added as the month goes on.
When a product that you need does not exist, you can either live without it or make it yourself. When it comes to prepared food that is gluten free, there didn’t used to be a lot of choices. If you … Continue reading
The Underpants Gnomes of South Park had a business plan with a nebulous Phase 2. Besides having spawned a lot of serious discussion regarding business plans and capitalism in general, it can help us in how we get to healthy. … Continue reading
Sean Croxton at Underground Wellness interviews Dr. Tom O’Bryan about testing for gluten sensitivity and celiac disease. It is a great introductory video and it also has technical details about the latest testing advances. Disclaimer: Dr. O’Bryan owns the testing … Continue reading
Besides seeming to be on twitter all day (@glutenfreecity), I have been trying to read about gluten, celiac disease and various diets. As you have probably experienced in your research, there are several “in progress” books on my desk and … Continue reading
An Introduction to Celiac Disease An Introduction to Celiac Disease (2:43), from Alicia Woodward, the editor of Living Without magazine. A “just the facts” presentation, highlighting the number of undiagnosed people with celiac disease, the obvious symptoms (Gastro-intestinal) and the … Continue reading