From caterers to cake, learn how to cover all the bases on your child’s big day.
Children’s sleepovers are a rite of passage, and the upcoming spring break is a popular time for youngsters to spend the night away from home. Here are some tips to prepare your child, the hosts and yourselves for the big overnight outing.
A few short years ago, Paul Graham, associate professor of English at St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York, likely never…
Getting ready to host a gluten-free holiday? Use these tips to manage the meal and your guests’ expectations—and reduce your stress level in the process!
So you have decided to move! It’s time to pack up your belongings, purge things you no longer use or…
The Blissful Sisters of Boulder dish on their gluten-free restaurant and new cookbook Triplets Jennifer, Jessica and Jill Emich are…
FACS class, which we called home economics or home ec back in the day, can be nerve-wracking for parents of gluten-free children. Learn how to make it educational, fun and safe for your student.
Testing is the place to start if your child is showing symptoms of celiac disease. Here’s what you can expect.
There are ways to continue to enjoy decorating cookies, building gingerbread houses and other food related activities while preventing gluten from ruining the fun.
Tips for enjoying good food and good company As we all know, the holidays can be stressful: buying presents, decorating,…
We talked with Lowell about her early gluten-free years, the inspiration for her gluten-free writing and why humor might actually be the best medicine.
You might be surprised to find that lots of vendors at the Minnesota State Fair offered gluten-free food, from falafel to a sweet and spicy blueberry chipotle muffin.
Genetic testing can give you the lowdown on you or your family’s chances of developing celiac disease.
Spring and early summer is the time for parents to investigate a gluten-free school lunch menu for the new school year in the fall.
In the final installment of a 2-part series, Amy Leger shares the advice she’s learned from interviewing experts about being a gluten-free parent.
Amy Leger from TheSavvyCeliac.com shares her favorite tips from experts on eating and cooking gluten free in honor of Celiac Awareness Month.
We brought together two gluten-free media experts to dissect the way media attention is affecting the gluten-free community.
The key to having a successful gluten-free mission trip is to start planning well in advance.
Amie Valpone, an advocate of eating whole foods, on how to be gluten free and healthy.
Now, Jules Shepard is no longer with the company that bears her name and has started a new company called gfJules that will sell her products. What happened and what’s next?
It may be worth the work and reduce the worry.
There are many resources to help you understand how to give your child a happy, healthy gluten-free life. You just have to know where to look.
If your child is newly diagnosed with celiac disease, our practical tips for starting your family on a gluten-free diet can help.
College students with celiac disease can point to the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to back up their rights.
Grandparents must learn to safely care for their gluten-free grandchild. It can seem like a daunting task, but simple steps will help ease the way.
Sending students off to college on the gluten-free diet presents some unique challenges.