Going gluten free (GF), and unsure how to do it? Raising a GF kid? Living a GF life and want to still enjoy your regular staples?
These guys have you covered! From Celiac.com, a leading resource for all things Celiac disease and Non Celiac Gluten Sensitivity based to some of our favorite blogs, below is a list of sites that will be helpful to you along your new life journey.
This is a path you can not only learn to live, but to love as well!
Celiac.com was founded in 1995 by Scott Adams, co-author of the book Cereal Killers, founder and publisher of Journal of Gluten Sensitivity, and founder and owner of The Gluten-Free Mall, who had a single goal for the site: To help as many people as possible with celiac disease get diagnosed and living a happy, healthy gluten-free life.
Welcome to Glutenfreediet.ca – your premier resource center for information about celiac disease, gluten intolerance and the gluten-free diet. Our goal is to provide individuals with celiac disease or gluten intolerance, health professionals, culinary professionals, the food industry and media with accurate and practical information that you can trust. Site owner is registered dietitian Shelley Case, author, speaker and member of the Medical Advisory Boards of the Celiac Disease Foundation and Gluten Intolerance Group in the USA, and the Professional Advisory Board of the Canadian Celiac Association.
Food.com is a great resource for all things food, including allergen-friendly recipes!! Formerly Recipezaar, we’ve been the home for home cooks like you since 1999. What started as an idea to connect cooks from all over the world has grown into a daily cooking community, featuring 450,000+ recipes , 125,000+ photos and millions of reviews.
The National Foundation for Celiac Awarenes, CeliacCentral.org offers various resources for those just starting their gluten free journey, as well as those of us who are knee deep in the journey, but in need of a gentle reminder here and there!
To be the leading organization in raising awareness for celiac disease and gluten intolerance that will facilitate research, education and early diagnosis, and improve the quality of life for children and adults affected by this autoimmune disease.
We envision a world in which:
- Celiac disease is widely recognized as one of the most common hereditary diseases.
- Better, more accurate, and cost-effective screening methodologies are available and in use.
- A pharmaceutical cure is in place to prevent the onset or mitigate the effects of this autoimmune disorder so that men and women suffering from celiac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis can lead a normal life.
For More Information on Celiac Disease and/or Non Celiac Gluten Sensitivity, the following are excellent resources which can offer telephone consultations and often have information pamphlets and brochures they can send you. These are great resources for maintaining up-to-date information on all things Celiac!
North American Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition
P.O. Box 6
Flourtown, PA 19031
www.naspghan.org and www.cdhnf.org
The Celiac Disease Awareness Campaign
To meet the need for comprehensive and current information about celiac disease, the National Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse (NDDIC), a service of the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), launched the Celiac Disease Awareness Campaign. The Awareness Campaign is the result of the combined ideas and efforts of the professional and voluntary organizations that focus on celiac disease, along with the NIDDK, the National Institutes of Health, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Visit www.celiac.nih.gov to learn more about the Awareness Campaign.