Other Gluten-Free Resources

Here is a list of online resources that you may find helpful.

Celiac Organizations
Gluten-Free Blogs and Websites
Gluten-Free Food Shelves
General Food Allergy Sites and Organizations

Celiac Organizations

Celiac Disease Foundation
Local CDF Chapters

Celiac Sprue Association
Local CSA Chapters

Gluten Intolerance Group
Local GIG Chapters

National Foundation for Celiac Awareness (NFCA)

Gluten-Free Blogs and Websites

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

Gluten-Free A-Z

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.

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The Sensitive Epicure

Main Street Smiles: Dental effects of celiac disease.

 

Gluten-Free Food Shelves

General Food Allergy Sites and Organizations

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).

Pierce's Pantry: A list of emergency gluten-free food banks in Massachusetts

 

Ruby's Pantry: A rural food bank in Minnesota that provides gluten-free foods

 

Article: 13 Early Signs of Gluten Intolerance

 

 

Search for a nearby food bank with gluten-free foods by contacting one of these local support group chapters: CDF, CSA, GIG

 

 

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