Generation GF, a program of the Gluten Intolerance Group (GIG), is designed to build confidence in kids, teens, and young adults, and help develop them into the future leaders of our gluten-free community.
Encourage your young chefs to love helping in the kitchen with these recipes. Each of them is sure to be a hit with kids and they can help make them.
Gluten-Free Living asked Dascha C. Weir, MD, associate director of the Boston Children’s Hospital Celiac Disease Program, your questions on raising gluten-free children and keeping your kids with celiac disease healthy.
From caterers to cake, learn how to cover all the bases on your child’s big day.
Don’t hit the dusty trail without these gluten-free bites for your hungry travelers.
An author and expert on gluten-free parenting shares her top tips for raising a happy, healthy gluten-free child and tackling the challenges along the way.
Meet five of CDF’s impressive and dedicated Student Ambassadors who are working to raise funds for celiac disease research and to educate their peers about the disease.
Makes 3 dozen cookies For the cookies 1½ sticks unsalted butter, softened 1 cup sugar 2 large eggs 1 tsp. vanilla…
Meet Celiac Disease Foundation Student Ambassador Bridgette Sanders, who was diagnosed with celiac disease at 4 years old and now finds support in her family and friends, who empower her to continue eating gluten free and to raise awareness and funds.
Meet Celiac Disease Foundation Student Ambassador Brooke Pierpoint, a 16-year-old from Los Angeles who loves tennis, traveling and gluten-free lasagna.