Stay connected with this weekly communication highlighting gluten-free news and updates on cutting-edge research related to celiac and gluten.
This study from University of Minnesota suggests people who value gluten-free products want a healthier life but do not always make sound medical choices.
Girl Scouts in select areas will be selling new gluten-free option, Caramel Chocolate Chip cookies. These feature rich caramel, semi-sweet chocolate chips and a hint of sea salt.
We are always on the search for innovative products that are completely new to the marketplace, reimagine childhood favorites with clean ingredients, or are made from whole and fiber-full foods. These are the top five products that will consistently appear on our shopping list.
For those who are gluten free and Catholic, when it is your turn to take the Eucharist, ask for a gluten-reduced wafer knowing that the church—at least in the U.S.—approves.
In celebration of 2018, Gluten-Free Living is looking back at the year’s most-read stories and serving up the information you found most useful.
23andMe, a popular genetic service that offers information on health and ancestry based on DNA, is raising awareness of celiac disease and helping people discover whether they have a genetic health risk for the disease.
California Pizza Kitchen made the switch from offering two gluten-free pizza crusts to only offering its low-carb cauliflower crusts nationwide.
Celiac disease and vitiligo, a skin disorder, are both linked to autoimmune diseases and a gluten-free diet could be beneficial in helping treat both.
Clothing company Celiac Cutie is working to change the conversation around celiac disease and focus on the positives and raising awareness in a way that brings smiles to people’s faces.