Blog Archives for tag celiac disease

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 »

happy birthday with perfectly free

Happy Birthday Hosted by perfectly free

Happy Birthday To ME, Happy Birthday To ME, Happy Birthday, DEAR ERICA. Happy Birthday To Me! This birthday post is sponsored by perfectly free! Yes, it’s my birthday and the aging process after 30 is not very fun, but I’ll still totally take a day to celebrate me and eat whatever I want! Happy birthday,… Continue reading »

Ground Breaker Brewing and Holidaily Brewing

Gluten Removed Beer Is Not Celiac Safe

I’ve written about gluten-removed beer before, but it’s always been a hot topic. When they came out, science really didn’t know what to say about it. The tests came back clean, but was the science behind the tests accurate? And how the hell would the average consumer realize what’s safe for them in a sea… Continue reading »

Pascha Chocolate

Valentine’s Day with Pascha Chocolate

Who’s a perfect partner for for Valentine’s Day? Pascha Chocolate! I’m all for easy, DIY, ways to show your valentine some love, or to share with others (neighbors, co-workers, etc.). Do I really want to go over the top for this holiday? No way, I’d rather spend the effort cooking a big meal (and probably… Continue reading »

Enjoy Life Foods ProBurst Bites

Enjoy Life Foods ProBurst Bites Finally Launched

I am an Enjoy Life Foods sponsored blogger. I love this ding dang company with all of my small, shrunken grinchy heart. While I may be compensated for many things I work with Enjoy Life Foods on, that doesn’t change how I feel about them, and it shouldn’t change how you feel about them either!… Continue reading »

Celiac and the Beast Pascha Chocolate A Very Chocolate Holiday Twitter Party

Pascha Chocolate + Celiac and the Beast TWITTER PARTY

We’re so excited to have our sponsor Pascha Chocolate back for another #CATBApproved Holiday season! We love Pascha Chocolate and their ever-expanding line of allergen-friendly gluten-free chocolate and chocolate-based items – like their new rice milk chocolate and Make Me Smile spread! We can’t wait to party with you during our Very Chocolate Holiday Twitter… Continue reading »

Gluten Free Stuffing

Allergy Friendly Stuffing Recipe with Ian’s

Every Thanksgiving, we try to replicate a “typical” Thanksgiving meal, except one free from gluten, dairy, and eggs. At first, the task seems daunting. We wonder how we’ll ever be able to set a plate down next to our family’s plates and compare delicious food. However, after analyzing the menu, it’s so easy to substitute… Continue reading »