Celiac disease impacts many aspects of life, even still, you are more than celiac disease.
Living with celiac disease means that you have to live gluten-free for the rest of your life. Even if you welcome your celiac disease diagnosis with open arms, managing a completely new way of living can trigger a boatload of emotions. In this post, I’m going to talk about the potential benefits of writing in […]
Tips on Living Gluten-Free in a Shared Household Living in an entirely gluten-free home isn’t always feasible (and not always necessary). That being said, living in a shared household can be overwhelming and stressful. I have some tips on living gluten-free in a shared household that I think could benefit anyone considering or living in […]
Is the cross-contact from a shared toaster really something to worry about? Before now, there hasn’t been a lot of research on the true impacts of different potential cross-contact scenarios such as sharing a toaster with regular gluten-containing bread when you have celiac disease. A lot of recommendations like having a separate toaster are based […]
Cross-Contact and Celiac Disease 101 Cross-contact and celiac disease go hand in hand. This is why cross-contact is a very important aspect of a gluten-free lifestyle. If you have celiac, you need to watch out for your food coming into cross-contact with gluten. What is Cross-Contact? Cross-contact is a newer term as of 2013 used […]
Can celiac disease cause constipation? Yes, celiac disease constipation impacts many. Here’s why and how you can relieve constipation in celiac disease.
Self-Care and Celiac Disease – Why It’s Important + 15 ways to Practice it Self-care and celiac disease go hand in hand. While self-care is important all of the time, it’s especially important with autoimmune disease like celiac. Below we will talk about why self-care is important with celiac disease and how to practice it. […]
Should people with celiac disease avoid cross-reactive foods? After following a gluten-free diet you might be wondering if you need to worry about gluten cross-reactive foods. What is a gluten cross-reactive food The basic argument is that gluten cross-reactive foods are foods that have proteins so similar to gluten that the body gets confused and […]
We’ve all been there, we made a list, checked it twice, though we got everyone and then realized someone was missing. For the times where you need a quick gift to grab and go for your loved ones, here are my top gluten-free last minute gift ideas! These last minute gift ideas are perfect for […]
Living on campus with Celiac disease can be tough, especially when meal-plans and cafeterias have questionable offerings. College can sound like an anxiety-ridden mess for those of us who are gluten-free (or have any dietary needs really).
The Solution? My Gluten-Free College Dorm Tips.