Here is a list of online resources that you may find helpful.
I Cook Gluten Free: Get quality gluten free recipes and tips
Gluten-Free Mom: Website designed to help families on the gluten-free diet
The Gluten-Free Lifestyle: For the health-conscious foodie interested in the art of gluten-free living.
My Celiac ID: Do-it-yourself, saliva-based genetic test dedicated to celiac disease
Should I Be Gluten Free: A book by Deb Bamesberger covering several gluten-free topics
University of Chicago Celiac Disease Center: Information on living with celiac disease as well as information on research and education
The Celiac Disease Resource
National Institutes of Health (NIH) Celiac Disease Awareness Campaign
Gluten-Free Travel Site
Gluten Free in Western NY: Awareness and support for people with celiac disease and others on a gluten-free diet in the Buffalo and Niagara Falls NY area
Celiac Chicks: The guide to a hip and healthy gluten-free lifestyle
Kate’s Celiac Blog: Information concerning the Norman Celiac Group
My Celiac Blog: A gluten-free lifestyle
Jen’s Celiac and Gluten Free Blog
Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free Forum
Hold the Gluten
The Celiac Husband
Celiac Advocate A blog for the optimist
The Celiac Maniac
Gluten-Free Girl and the Chef
Cook It Allergy Free
A Happy Gluten-Free Website: A place for sharing thoughts on the best of a gluten-free existence
Celiac Princess: Celiac info and gloriously gluten-free tips for a happy & healthy lifestyle
Allergies and Me: Allergen-free food store for food allergies or gluten-free food for celiacs
Gluten Free Mom: The other Gluten Free Mom blog
Gluten Free Betsy
Life, Gluten Free
Gluten Free Help
Gluten Free in the 713
Gluten-Free Family Food A blog to help celiac teenagers and their families with shopping, cooking and eating.
Main Street Smiles: Dental effects of celiac disease.
Go Dairy Free: For access to the most complete information on how to cook, shop and dine dairy free, while still promoting a healthy lifestyle
Special Diet Resource Guide: This site is dedicated to managing special dietary needs. It features a comprehensive directory of extremely useful products, suppliers, services, websites and other resources that are valuable to those living on a restricted diet due to choice or medical condition
The Feingold Association:An organization of families and professionals, The Feingold® Association of the United States is dedicated to helping children and adults apply proven dietary techniques for better behavior, learning and health. (Not exclusively focused on Celiac Disease).
Ruby's Pantry: A rural food bank in Minnesota that provides gluten-free foods
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