Naturally Gluten Free Blog

This gluten free blog is made entirely without gluten and is safe for anyone with celiac disease :) It is a selection of valuable information and random musings about living this gluten free lifestyle.  If there is anything you'd like to hear more about, go to my Facebook page and leave me a note.  I'd love to hear from you.

Celiac and Pregnancy

A Personal Story:

Do you remember when you first decided to start a family?  

Why you need to advocate for yourself and don't give up!  read more...

Gluten and Casein

You got your diagnosis.  You went gluten free.  But it's still not...normal.  What could be wrong?  This may be the answer.  read more...

Gluten Free Forums and Blogs

Why you shouldn't join gluten free forums, or read blogs for that matter:  You’re searching, I know you are.  You’re lost, overwhelmed.  You’re just looking for some light, some reassurance.  Is this snack I’m about to eat safe?  Is this cereal my child wants so badly going to make them sick?  read more...

Gluten and Dairy: Substitutions

    If you’re eliminating both gluten and dairy products from your diet this gluten free blog entry is for you. You’ll be looking for some substitutions that are safe for your gluten free diet. Here are a few ideas.  Remember though, these substitutes don’t replace the important nutrients that come from dairy products so you’ll have to find other ways to get what your body needs.  more...

Gluten and Dairy: Lactose Intolerance

It is very common for people with Celiac disease to have issues with other foods, and dairy may be the most common one.  Let’s explore...more

Gluten Free Blog: Are You Offended?

I know, this is starting out to sound like one of those truly annoying Facebook posts – I am who I am and if anyone is offended by that – really, it’s not that, I promise.

This is about living gluten free in a world of people who know just enough about our condition to have an opinion and yet little enough to have it all wrong.  It’s about the double edged sword of the recent popularity of the gluten free diet.  ... more

Celiac and Other Food Intolerances

So you gave up gluten and felt much better, for a while.  Then, inexplicably the symptoms started to return.  Well maybe not exactly the same symptoms but something’s definitely not right.  more...

Apple Cider Vinegar For Your Tummy

Or What Do Cow, Babies and People With Celiac Disease Have In Common?

I’ve recently returned to an old friend.  I’m not sure why I left really.  I guess habits change over time and things that were once routine, rituals even,  get replaced.  Out with the old, in with the new so to speak.  Well, as much as I’m a fan of science and innovation (the new), sometimes reaching back for the old is a good thing.  It’s soothing and comforting and health giving....more

Traveling Gluten-Free

This may be the biggest challenge of your gluten free life.  Sometimes it seems like it would just be easier, and safer to stay home.  But leaving the house is necessary unless you want to become a hermit, and besides, the world has so much to see.  Don't let your diet get in your way!  ...more

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