Blog Archives for tag celiac

ShiftCon 2018 Beauty Counter

ShiftCon 2018: Best of the Expo

ShiftCon is always one of my favorite conferences of the year. While I am a science-based blogger, I am passionate about fighting for labeling in products, natural bath and beauty products, disclosure in supplements, regenerative agriculture, and green cleaning products, and fragrance free living. All of these things are part of ShiftCon. It’s not just… Continue reading »

Dear Marketing Stop Being Dicks to Gluten Free People

Hey Party City, I’m Not Gross

God. I hate writing these blog posts. I’m in San Francisco right now and I’m sick. Not metaphorically sick of the fact that brands keep making fun of us, but like literally sick. Like blowing my nose into Boogie Wipes that are made for snotty sick kids, stuffing my face with Sudafed. But I’m here… Continue reading »

Jersey Mike's Goes Gluten Free with Udi's

Jersey Mike’s Gluten Free Sub with Udi’s Bread

Over the past few years, several major nationwide fast casual chains have introduced gluten-free items. Subway was testing gluten-free sub bread in the pacific northwest. I still haven’t seen it. Papa John’s introduced an ancient grains gluten-free pizza that isn’t even celiac safe. So when I heard that Jersey Mike’s was launching gluten-free subs nationwide,… Continue reading »

Enjoy Life Foods Banana Rum Brownies

Enjoy Life Foods Gluten Free Banana Rum Brownies

While you probably know by now that I am not a killer baker, I do love experimenting with recipes, especially from my favorite brands like Enjoy Life Foods – the sponsor of this post. This recipe is from Enjoy Life Foods’ Spiced Banana Rum Blondie. The recipe is credited to Laurie Sadowski, who I think… Continue reading »

Celiac Screening + Celiac Biopsy Follow Up with New Hope Network

What is a LOW FODMAP Diet?

What is the Low FODMAP diet? Do I need to be on it if I don’t feel sick? What is the Low FODMAP diet for? If you’re wondering any of this – which I was, just a few months ago – this is the blog post for you. I can’t thank Delicious Living enough for… Continue reading »

Black Friday Gluten-Free Deals with Celiac and the Beast

Gluten Free Black Friday Deals 2017

Interested in Gluten Free Black Friday Deals? I’ve got some good ones! DISCLAIMER: AFFILIATE LINKS BELOW 100% PURE ALLERGY SUPERHEROES  Black Friday is now TEAL Friday with Allergy Superheroes! Choose your deal! Use the code: TEALFRI20 gets you 20% off everything in the store! Use the code: TEALFRISHIP gets free shipping on orders over $20. Use… 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 »

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 »