Blog Archives for tag Food Allergies

Gluten is my Nemesis SHIRT for gluten-free kids

Allergy Superheroes Gluten Free Giveaway

Let’s welcome ALLERGY SUPERHEROES to Celiac Disease Awareness Month with Celiac and the Beast. As you know, wheat is a top 8 most-common food allergy. While those with celiac need to avoid wheat and rye and barley, their products include both wheat and gluten! This prize is from Allergy Superheroes, who sells Food Allergy and… Continue reading »

Enjoy Life Foods Gluten Free Halloween Snack Freely

Gluten Free Halloween – Snack Freely with Enjoy Life Foods

Celebrating a gluten free halloween? Putting out a Teal Pumpkin and wondering what to pass out to trick-or-treating goblins and ghouls and mini Donald Trumps? Enjoy Life Foods just launched their Snack Packs – a package of 12┬ámini bags of their top-8-food-allergen-free baking chocolate mini chips and dark chocolate morsels. I had the pleasure to… Continue reading »

Allergy Testing

Allergy Testing

Maybe I should live in a bubble. I react to random things, and develop skin welts on occasion for no reason. I react to fabrics – I get these giant red patches on my thighs that itch so badly I break blood vessels. I have major environmental sensitivities, and I have to use scent-free laundry… Continue reading »

Minneapolis GFFAFest

Celiac Disease Awareness Month GFFAFest Giveaway #CDAM15

I had a great time at the Minneapolis GFFAFest with Gluten Free & More magazine. I met so many amazing people who read the magazine, followed Celiac and the Beast, or were brand new to the gluten-free life. It’s only fitting that one of the days of Celiac Disease Awareness Month gives away a box… Continue reading »

Pascha Chocolate

Celiac Disease Awareness Month Pascha Chocolate #CDAM15

Let’s give a big round of applause to our second week’s sponsor – Pascha Chocolate! You may know Pascha Chocolate from food-allergy conferences, which is why they’re doing this week here on Celiac and the Beast. Did you know on top of Celiac Disease Awareness Month, it’s actually Food Allergy Awareness Week! Now, even though… Continue reading »

Safe & Happy Family

Safe & Happy Family Allergen-Friendly Dinnerware

Safe & Happy Family reached out to me to see if my readers were interested in their allergen-friendly-themed dinnerware. According to their site, “Safe & Happy Family is a company dedicated to making the lives of families dealing with severe food allergies safer, easier, and a little more fun!” It started with a food-allergy family… Continue reading »

Ian's Natural Foods

Review: Ian’s Natural Foods

Ian’s Natural Foods recently reached out to me about reviewing some of their products. I’ve reviewed some of their items before, and had their food on several occasions. I’ve always thought of them as a kids’ brand – since their best known products were the kid-friendly versions of chicken nuggets and fish sticks – the… Continue reading »

Teal Pumpkin Project

FARE’s Teal Pumpkin Project Halloween 2014

FARE’s Teal Pumpkin Project for Halloween 2014 is already a hit, and Halloween isn’t even here. Thanks to CNN and local news stations across the country, people are starting to know what a teal pumpkin means this Halloween. Decorate a teal pumpkin and offer non-food treats! Remember to purchase non-food or non-food allergy candy for… Continue reading »

Food Allergy Bloggers Conference 2014

The 2014 Food Allergy Bloggers Conference is taking place September 26, 27, and 28, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada at the South Point Hotel and Casino. This will be my 2nd year attending, as I had too much of a good time last year to not go again this year! I’m already putting away some… Continue reading »

FARE's Food Allergies in the US

SPONSORED: Food Allergy Awareness Week 5/11-5/17 with Enjoy Life Foods

On top of Celiac Disease Awareness Month, this Sunday started the Food Allergy Awareness Week too! And if you know CATB, you know that we embrace our food allergy brothers and sisters just like that…brothers and sisters in the food allergy/sensitive community. I gained an even greater appreciation for these advocates when I went to… Continue reading »