Blog Archives for tag celiac disease

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 »

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 »

Chocolate Sandwich Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches

Chocolate Sandwich Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches

  I’m not going to beat around the bush, my job is pretty rad. I get to play around with sweets all day and come up with ideas that make me want to eat even more sweets. I’m lucky to also partner with incredible bloggers on this Hot August Nights promotion. Because it’s still 105-109… Continue reading »

why you need a celiac diagnosis

Why Do I Need a Celiac Diagnosis?

I always get the question “why do I need a celiac diagnosis?” This is usually because people think because non-celiac gluten sensitivity (now called non-celiac wheat sensitivity) and a celiac both eat the same diet, that they are the same condition. Why bother with all the tests if you eat the same anyways? Because celiac… Continue reading »

Gluten Free Dairy Free S'mores Milkshake

Gluten Free Dairy Free S’mores Milkshake with So Delicious Dairy Free

I love camping. Okay, let’s back up – I love the idea of camping. The outdoors, nature, fresh air, a campfire, cooking food that you caught in the lake, sleeping in a tent – it all seems so glamorous. But in reality, I hate all of it. I’m pretty allergic to all of outdoors –… Continue reading »

Celiac Screening + Celiac Biopsy Follow Up with New Hope Network

Follow Up Biopsies with Celiac – Are You Healing?

In a recent post from Delicious Living doctors studying children with celiac in Boston, were surprised at the number of children who still had persistent intestinal damage, even while avoiding gluten. This study from MassGeneral Hospital for Children and Boston Children’s Hospital found one in five children with celiac disease sustained persistent intestinal damage, despite strict adherence to a gluten-free diet. The findings… Continue reading »

Celiac Disease Awareness Month Medically Necessary Diet

Spreading Celiac Disease Awareness for #CDAM17 and Beyond

During Celiac Disease Awareness Month, I created a series of images you can share during this month and throughout the year. I attend medical conferences, work with top non-profits and the best and largest gluten-free magazine in the country. And it’s scary – there is way too much misinformation out there about celiac disease, and… Continue reading »

perfectly free Blueberry Frozen Dessert Treats

A perfectly free Free From Summer

I’d like to welcome perfectly free to our Celiac Disease Awareness Month celebration! We’ve featured perfectly free on other blog posts – like my recent birthday party post in April. And now that it’s warming up, and blueberries start to come into season. While I have access to blueberries all year round thanks to Whole Foods,… Continue reading »

The Definitive Resource Guide by Shelley Case

Gluten Free The Definitive Resource Guide by Shelley Case

Shelley Case is an incredible resource to the gluten-free community. Shelley is a registered dietitian, author, speaker and consultant with more than 30 years’ experience. She is a member of the Medical Advisory Boards of both CDF and GIG here in the US, and on the Professional Advisory Council of the Canadian Celiac Association. She is,… Continue reading »

Schar Gluten-Free Giveaway featuring favorites from Schar's dietitian with #CDAM17 Celiac and the Beast

Meet Schar’s Registered Dietitian and Win #CDAM17

I love Schar, and I have since I was diagnosed. They were one of the first brands where I found crackers that made me feel like I could eat “normal” again. Their graham crackers are my favorite. And their new Artisan Bread loaves? I can’t tell you how many I’ve eaten since they’ve launched. This… Continue reading »