When you have newly diagnosed celiac disease or gluten sensitivity and must adopt the gluten-free diet, start with fresh, naturally gluten-free foods.
Giving yourself permission to experience whatever feelings you have, positive or negative, is important in learning to cope.
Our resident dietitian answers a reader’s question on setting up a safe gluten-free kitchen and the best strategies for keeping food separate.
Believe it or not, there is a bright side to being newly diagnosed with celiac disease or gluten-sensitivity. Find out which positive aspects these people with celiac choose to focus on.
Although the gluten-free diet and celiac disease have gained widespread attention in mainstream and social media in recent years, the rate of diagnosis has stubbornly remained nearly unchanged, with less than a paltry 20 percent aware they have the disease.
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.
A study getting some recent online attention reports that when people are newly diagnosed the first place they go for information is the Internet. This doesn’t surprise us at Gluten-Free Living.