You are literally why I am here!

Hi there, I'm Coral

and I am so grateful that you are here reading this right now!

My passion is to help others, and my personal journey is a testament to this. Nine years ago, we found out that my daughter Chanelle has Celiac Disease, which turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Instead of doing chemo, we do gluten-free, which has changed our lives. Since then, another one of my daughters has been unofficially diagnosed, and I have also been unofficially diagnosed after years of unexplained symptoms and countless specialist visits.

I am an award-winning author of the book “No Matter What”, creator of @glutenfreewithcoral, and host of the #1 gluten-free podcast, Gluten Free You and Me. As an Integrative Health Practitioner, I coach others by providing hope, inspiration, and resources, and through advocacy, I’ve created a safe and uplifting community for all gluten-free warriors.

I work closely with brands, influencers, bloggers, allergy and celiac experts, and am the editor and designer of ‘The Formula Cookbook’. I have a crazy passion and drive to help others, and my experience and expertise have allowed me to create a safe and uplifting community for all gluten-free warriors, where you can find the support you need to live a full and healthy life.

Through my own personal journey, I have become an advocate for others, providing hope, inspiration, and resources for those who are struggling with gluten-free living. Whether you’re newly diagnosed or have been living gluten-free for years, I can help you navigate this challenging journey with confidence and grace. So, join my community today and let me help you find the support and resources you need to thrive!

My unofficial- official diagnosis

After Chanelle’s diagnosis, I couldn’t help but wonder if I should try eating gluten-free too. I mean, what could it hurt, right? I’d heard so many success stories, so I gave it a shot. And you know what? It worked. The symptoms that had plagued me for years began to subside. As I approached the one-year mark of going gluten-free, I felt like a completely different person. That’s when I started to believe that I too had celiac disease.

I asked my doctors to test me for it, but sadly, my biopsy was inconclusive because I’d already been gluten-free for so long. There was no way you could get me to eat enough gluten for an accurate test reading and diagnosis. So, we did a lot of other testing and screening, and it turns out that I’m the carrier of the celiac gene.

Now, my medical charts officially list Celiac Disease as my condition, though I like to say that I’m “officially-unofficially” diagnosed. I share my story because I know there are many others out there going through something similar. And I want them to know that it’s such a blessing to finally have a diagnosis and know what can save your body from self-destruction. I don’t need a positive biopsy to know that my body is in “destruct mode” when I consume gluten.

My mission

My mission is to help those struggling with the diagnosis of celiac disease find their groove. I want to help people understand what the disease is, how to live their best lives, and how to lessen the tough emotions that come with it, such as isolation, uncertainty, frustration, and depression. If you’re feeling lost or overwhelmed, know that you’re not alone. I’m here to provide resources and hope, and to guide you on your journey towards a happier, healthier life. Together, we’ll find ways to thrive and overcome the challenges that celiac disease can bring.

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