General Mills’ Gluten Friendly Products A Dangerous Setback For Actual Celiac Patients.

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.

Navigating those heart-breaking first “no’s”.

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.

Gluten Free Play-Doh Alternatives

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!

Bring yourselves, but please leave the gluten at home.

Bring yourselves, but please leave the gluten at home.

Our first play date post-Celiac diagnosis led me to a new question. My home was now 100% percent gluten free, but our friends didn't have the same dietary restrictions. What now? Pre diagnosis, and pre extreme celiac symptoms, I loved hosting play dates at our home....

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The Celiac test is positive, what now?

The Celiac test is positive, what now?

We didn't find out about the diagnosis during a doctor visit or even at a doctors office. We found out sitting on our back porch enjoying a day off. Just like that, Tyler gets an e-mail notification and sees that the Quest results are in. In the blink of an eye we're...

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Diagnosing Celiac Disease in a Tiny Toddler

Diagnosing Celiac Disease in a Tiny Toddler

The actual process of diagnosing Celiac Disease is actually rather straightforward (from a diagnostic testing point of view). The process of getting to that point, however, can be a journey. Particularly when you’re diagnosing a tiny human.

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Inaugural Post

Inaugural Post

Welcome! In our inaugural post, we're introducing the purpose of our web site, a brief history, and some initial goals and objectives. Our Vision Our vision is for this web site to serve as a sharing space for us and others to discuss the emotional, physical, and...

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Find a local resource through ROCK (Raising our Celiac Kids) and the National Celiac Association.

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