Kevin Burkhardt doesn’t just watch football every Sunday—he has a job to do every time there is a fumble, tackle…
Gluten-free chef Franklin Becker spends his days inside and outside of the kitchen. As a chef and partner in two…
Jess Madden has the unusual perspective of being both a doctor and a celiac disease patient. In addition to her work as a neonatologist, she is a mom to four children and writes the blog, The Patient Celiac. Read about her typical busy day as she prepare for the New York City Marathon.
A Day in the Life: George Chookazian started his gluten-free bakery more than 20 years ago out of love and necessity. Now he shares details on days spent surrounded by the sweet smell of currant English muffins and more.
A typical day for Alessio Fasano, M.D., a world-renowned expert on celiac disease and gluten sensitivity, doesn’t seem to exist. This isn’t surprising given his many roles, or hats as he describes them, at Mass General Hospital for Children and in the gluten-free world at large.
Best-selling author Jason Wright approaches gluten-free life with hope and humor.
For Alice Bast, founder and president of the National Foundation for Celiac Awareness, it’s not an exaggeration to say that no two days are alike.
Frédérique Jules is a pioneer for gluten-free cuisine in Paris. She is the owner of NOGLU, one of only a few completely gluten-free restaurants in the city known for its love affair with wheat.
Brad Holtzman, a partner and the general manager of the gluten-free restaurant, Taquitoria, on New York City’s Lower East Side, is relatively new to the gluten-free community. Still, he thinks he understands what gluten-free diners want.
As we are fast approaching Valentine’s Day with its devotion to all things sweet, we caught up with Jennifer Goodhue, who keeps Tu-Lu’s Gluten-Free Bakery running like a well-oiled machine.