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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

Celiac Disease vs. Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity

Celiac Disease (CD) is a genetic disorder of the immune system affecting the lining of the small intestine. When people with CD consume..

October 20, 2015 with 7 Comments

5 Tips for Saving Money on Gluten Free Foods

Even though embracing a gluten free diet is the best and only treatment for celiac disease, people are going gluten free for a variety of..

March 3, 2015 with 2 Comments

10 Tips for Keeping Your Food Allergic Child Safe in the Classroom

Making healthy choices for our children is important. This time of year, making sure they have nutritious school lunches is at the top of..

September 23, 2014 with 2 Comments

Starting School Gluten-Free, Worry-Free

As of yesterday, I am officially the parent of a kindergartener. Like most parents sending a child to public school for the first time,..

August 20, 2013 with 0 Comments

Our Celiac Story…A Final Word

Little Bo Peep The verdict is still out on little Bo Peep. To minimize the risk of cross-contamination, we all eat gluten free at home (but..

August 7, 2013 with 0 Comments

Our Celiac Story…continued

Pa Hubbard’s Story:  Very soon after the “cookie episode,” I explained the genetic basis for celiac disease to Pa Hubbard...

August 6, 2013 with 3 Comments

Our Celiac Disease Story

I never thought that growing my own food would one day help me PROTECT my family. Now that we know at least two of our family members are..

August 5, 2013 with 5 Comments

Celiac Disease in Children – From Diagnosis to Diet

Diagnosis can be tricky! Celiac Disease (CD) can lead to over 300 symptoms! That makes it difficult to diagnose, especially in young..

July 25, 2013 with 1 Comment
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  • 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