Appetite for Awareness 2012

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I am so excited to share this gluten-free event with you.  This one everyone in your family will enjoy.  If you are in the Philadelphia area in September then you are in for a fabulous afternoon!  This event is the signature gluten-free experience sponsored by The National Foundation for Celiac Awareness group. Where: The Historic […]

The case for gluten intolerance

What is the difference between Celiac disease and Gluten Sensitivity? Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder of the digestive tract that is triggered when a person with Celiac ingests gluten.  The only way to treat Celiac disease is by completely eliminating from one’s diet.  As more and more people are being diagnosed as a Celiac, […]

Gluten Free Weekend Adventure, Rogue River, Oregon!

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  I have awesome news for adrenaline junkies looking for a gluten-free weekend getaway.  Whitewater Warehouse offers a gluten-free 3-day river rafting adventure in the Rogue River area of southern Oregon.  This specialty trip is being held this August (see dates HERE), and looks absolutely amazing! The price for this tour includes lodging and fabulous […]

Pizzeria Owner with Celiac Sues Insurance Company

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Now this is a bit of news flash I found extremely interesting!  A Michigan pizzeria owner bought a life insurance policy from Berkshire Life Insurance Company of America that included a disability clause. The owner was recently diagnosed with Celiac disease and was told by his doctor to avoid all contact with gluten.  That’s not […]

Frito-Lay Lab Tests for Gluten-Free ceritfication

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With all the talk about national food brands offering gluten-free options and the controversy whether or not they are truly gluten-free (see Domino’s), it’s refreshing to see a company make a real effort to show their products are safe for everyone to eat. Frito-Lay has announced that they are going certify that their potato chips […]