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Gluten Detective Stool Test

Did I Eat Gluten? Gluten Detective At Home Gluten Detection Test

As you might know, I’ve been teasing something awesome coming out for the gluten-free community. The embargo is lifted, the product is launched, and I’m ready to introduce you to my partner, Gluten Detective.I had a chance to try Gluten Detective months ago, before they changed their name (that’s why my images from the big… Continue reading »

Does a positive celiac gene test mean I have celiac disease- What do the 23andMe.com celiac gene test results mean-

What If My Celiac Gene Test Is Positive?

With the addition of the celiac gene test added to 23andMe.com health report, I have a feeling that everyone will be talking a lot more about the celiac gene test. You can find the celiac gene test under the “Genetic Health Risk Reports” section of your reports section of 23andMe. I purchased 23andMe because I was… Continue reading »

Simply Surimi California Roll

Celebrate National Seafood Month with Simply Surimi

October is National Seafood Month and for a celiac that’s great news. Seafood is naturally gluten-free, that is, until you spice it, bread it, and/or fry it. But in it’s natural form, seafood should be safe. In fact, sushi is one of my favorite things to eat! However, I was always told that a California… Continue reading »

KC5K Step Beyond Celiac

Step Beyond Celiac KC 5K 2017

I was invited to attend the Step Beyond Celiac inaugural walk/run in Kansas City, KS this past weekend. I was honored to be a speaker and attend the event and help raise money for Beyond Celiac ‘s Go Beyond Celiac and celiac disease research. The Celiac and the Beast team raised $500! A HUGE EPIC THANK YOU… Continue reading »

FABlogCon Twitter Party 2017

Join me at the FABlogCon Twitter Party

Join me for the kick-off to the biggest celiac + food allergy party all year – Food Allergy Bloggers Conference. The Twitter Party is happening on Wednesday 10/18 at 5pm PT/8pm ET on the @FABlogCon account using the hashtag #FABlogCon. This is brought to you by our GFBFFs Enjoy Life Foods! RSVP HERE for the… Continue reading »

#HighFiveSonoma Twitter Party

Join Me At The #HighFiveSonoma Twitter Party

Happy Birthday Sonoma Flatbreads! We’re celebrating Sonoma Flatbreads’ birthday with a Twitter Party!#HighFiveSonoma! This sponsored event will host two ways to win with Sonoma Flatbreads and our friends at Enjoy Life Foods! RSVP is below – and like any good party, you’ve got to RSVP early before the party starts! Don’t miss this awesome event… Continue reading »

Molly's Suds

Fight Stains and Boring Housewarming Gifts with Molly’s Suds

I’m pretty lucky to be a paid partner with one of my favorite brands, Molly’s Suds, for this giveaway – along a great way to nail your next housewarming party or baby shower gift! Thank you to Molly’s Suds for sponsoring this campaign and for being my go-to laundry detergent! Molly’s Suds is a brand I’ve… Continue reading »

Is the Starbucks Maple Pecan Latte Gluten Free?

Is Starbucks Maple Pecan Latte Gluten Free?

Starbucks just launched their newest seasonal latte, the Starbucks Maple Pecan latte. I love maple AND I love pecan, so clearly I was excited to try this. When I tested the Starbucks Pumpkin Spice latte, it came up as safe on the Nima , and Nima themselves even found it to be safe, so I… Continue reading »

Fair Oaks Farm #FarmInsight17

Meeting Your Meat: A Farm Tour with IFICF #FarmInsight17

I recently was asked to come on a farm press trip with the International Food Information Council Foundation (the lovely people behind FoodInsight.org). Naturally, I like exploring things that are new to me – and traditional farming is definitely not something I’m well-versed in, or something I even have the appropriate clothing for. So I… Continue reading »

Go Beyond Celiac

Go Beyond Celiac Digital Community

I was a part of something really magical in 2015, but it took me this long to tell you about it. Why? I couldn’t really share with you all the exciting things NFCA (now Beyond Celiac) had planned until now. Because the people at Beyond Celiac have been hard at work since those meetings in… Continue reading »