Gluten-Free Resource Directory

Before You Kiss Read This!

Be as passionate about your gluten free lifestyle as you are about your kiss…READ MORE

March 3, 2016 with 0 Comments

Saliva Test for Celiac Disease

I’m frequently asked about how Celiac disease (CD) is diagnosed, and people are usually shocked when I list a Saliva Test for Celiac..

November 8, 2015 with 2 Comments

The Difference between Potato Flour and Potato Starch

If you’re baking gluten free, knowing the difference between potato STARCH and potato FLOUR makes all the difference in the whole wide..

November 7, 2015 with 0 Comments

Dermatitis Herpetiformis ~ When Celiac Disease Gets under Your Skin

Extreme itching, burning blisters, and a painful chronic rash? Not the typical symptoms you expect from a disease affecting the small..

November 6, 2015 with 16 Comments

There is a sure connection between Celiac Disease and Type 1 Diabetes

Individuals with CD are more likely to have other autoimmune disorders than the general population. For example, 5-10% of those with CD..

November 5, 2015 with 3 Comments

6 Natural Strategies for Recovery If You Accidentally Ingest Gluten

6 Natural Strategies for Recovery If You Accidentally Ingest Gluten

November 4, 2015 with 31 Comments

Before You Kiss, Read This {You Can Get Gluten Contamination from a Kiss}

Spring fever, May-December romances, June weddings… all potential occasions for a kiss. But, if you have Celiac disease (CD) or are..

November 3, 2015 with 6 Comments

4 Reasons You Want to Know if You have Celiac Disease

If I stop eating gluten and feel better, why would I bother being tested for Celiac disease? Isn’t that just a way for the medical..

November 3, 2015 with 0 Comments

Gluten Free 101: Here’s Where You Begin

Who should be gluten-free?   A gluten-free diet is the only treatment currently available for individuals diagnosed with Celiac disease..

November 2, 2015 with 0 Comments

Can Celiac Disease Be Diagnosed on a Gluten-Free Diet?

Many of you write to me wondering if there is a test capable of diagnosing Celiac disease (CD) after you have stopped eating gluten. It’s..

November 1, 2015 with 3 Comments
Page 1 of 3123
125-x-125-YOPLAIT
125-x-125-BLUE-DIAMOND-ALMONDS
125-x-125-PROGRESSO
125-x-125-CHEX
125-x-125-Top-Docs
125-x-125-BETTY-CROCKER
125-x-125-TYSON
125-x-125-PILLSBURY
300-X-125GLUTINO

Like Us

120-x-90-GF-Logo-Yellow

Blog Authors

Latest Comments

  • Dawn Robertson: The only tropical relief I have found is from Biofreeze. Every few hours I spray my itchy splotchy rash and I get a few hours of peace. Icy Hot or other products will menthol may work too. View Post
  • Peggy Schulz: Hello, I am trying to find a doctor or dermatologist in Oregon (preferably Medford area) that specializes in DH/Celiac. After going to 5 docs over a couple years, all think I have eczema and even athlete foot or food allergy, spent over $3000 out of pocket for allergy tests etc., I figured out what I have via google! Oh did I tell you I always told my doctors I have celiac. And I always said I have a feeling it an internal issue, not an allergy. And always told them the itch is not normal, it itches to the bone! Not one ever mentioned DH! Apparently I am getting cross contamination, so now staying home for every meal, not eating out, even at friends homes. I would sure like a doctor who 'get's it'! Thank you for this site! View Post
  • Peggy Schulz: Hello, I am trying to find a doctor or dermatologist in Oregon (preferably Medford area) that specializes in DH/Celiac. After going to 5 docs over a couple years, all think I have eczema and even athlete foot or food allergy, spent over $3000 out of pocket for allergy tests etc., I figured out what I have via google! Oh did I tell you I always told my doctors I have celiac. And I always said I have a feeling it an internal issue, not an allergy. And always told them the itch is not normal, it itches to the bone! Not one ever mentioned DH! Apparently I am getting cross contamination, so now staying home for every meal, not eating out, even at friends homes. I would sure like a doctor who 'get's it'! Thank you for this site! View Post