In this episode of the monthly video series A Slice of Gluten-Free Life, chef, author, mom and video producer Jilly Lagasse shares her top tips for thriving on a gluten-free diet.
In this week’s episode of the monthly video series A Slice of Gluten-Free Life, chef, author and video producer Jilly Lagasse shares her journey with celiac disease, how she was diagnosed and how she has learned to thrive with the autoimmune disease.
After reflecting upon my college search process, here are the questions that I wish I had asked on my college visits that would have given me a clearer picture of the gluten-free dining options at each school.
15-year-old Josephine Taylor, Miss Pinal County’s Outstanding Teen 2019, shares her story of fighting for change in schools for students with celiac disease.
Dining halls are often difficult to navigate for students with celiac, and less obvious but equally important issues exist beneath the surface.
For those who are curious about gluten-free, natural personal care products, we’ve rounded up a list of 10 of our favorites. Check it out and you may find room in your medicine cabinet for a new must-have item.
Being gluten free and 64 years old doesn’t stop Mary Creel one bit. She has logged 63 marathons (and counting) and four Ironman long-distance races, and credits a large part of her success to switching to a gluten-free diet 12 years ago.
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Twenty years after being diagnosed with celiac, Jennifer Harris looks at what’s changed—how far we’ve come and how far we still have to go.
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