General Mills is now using a deceptive “GF” logo on packaging which bares striking resemblance to the existing Certified Gluten Free logo. The problem? Their product is not actually safe for those with gluten sensitivity or celiac disease.
Telling your toddler or child they can’t have what every other child can sucks. We share some of our learns in navigating those difficult first moments.
Playing with traditional Play-Doh is very dangerous for a young celiac patient. Play-Doh can be easily ingested from the fingers or fingernails. Check out some of our favorite Play-Doh alternatives!
There’s now an at home test available for celiac disease from Imaware Health. But, is it a replacement for a visit to your doctor? Read our review!
Shopping with a toddler can be challenging on a good day, let alone shopping with a toddler and reading every single label. Thank goodness we found a solution! Here are my tips for shopping gluten free..
Looking for gluten-free breakfast options that are celiac friendly? Look no further! We share some of our favorite finds that everyone enjoys.
For those with gluten sensitivity and especially those with celiac disease, it is imperative that this bill be passed by congress. We need your help!
Most people want all of their guests to feel included, but it’s difficult to know the ins and outs of any special diets when you don’t live it yourself. Even so, there are small things you can do that make a big impact!
Looking for a celiac-safe pizza restaurant option? Look to your local Mellow Mushroom for a fun, safe, and delicious option!
At the beginning stages of diagnosis, we were told this could be a brain tumor. Thankfully, that wasn’t an accurate statement.
Find a local resource through ROCK (Raising our Celiac Kids) and the National Celiac Association.