I am so pumped to share this blog post with all of you. Since I am not the expert in this YET… (my oldest is 9 years old… I know it will come in a blink of an eye… but until then, I am not the expert) but my friend Clayton is. You guys, he is rocking not just the college life as a celiac, but college life as a celiac athlete … like a boss!
Gluten Free Lifestyle Blog
Eating gluten-free can be a daunting task, but with the right tools, it doesn’t have to be so complicated! The process of learning the gluten-free brands and items that are safe for a celiac can be so daunting. But once you figure out what you can eat, things begin to seem a lot better off mentally.
This may be one of my favorite resources that I have created to date! I am so excited to present to you the GLUTEN FREE GUIDE from Karalynne with just.ingredients and I.
Now, I realize going gluten-free is quite the undertaking, and I do not take it lightly. When we were first diagnosed, I was lost, confused, and had no idea what I was supposed to eat.
Spring break is around the corner and summer vacation will be here before we know it. Now is the time to start planning! Are you looking for a vacation that will ease your mind and give you the freedom to enjoy family without stressing overexposure to gluten? See below how we got our family vacation down to $24 per person, per day- TOTAL!
I have been hearing more and more of the negative effects that food dye can cause to the body. About 2 months ago I made a friend of mine some ‘RED’ Chocolate Popcorn. They did not know of any food allergies and her kids finished the bowl within minutes. That night one of her daughters came down with a terrible rash and woke up to hives. They eat butter popcorn all the time so we did not suspect that was the culprit.
If only gluten was neon pink… then it would be obvious if we are consuming something with even a trace of gluten in it. Sadly, that is not the way it is… we have to be OH SO CAREFUL about what we eat and where we eat it. These tips I share below are things that we literally do in our home to help when we have been contaminated with gluten.
Now I am a total geek for a good diagram and I have found one that I LOVE!!! Lets dissect through it and get a visual for what is happening inside your body with celiac disease. Looking deep inside the small intestines, in particular, the villi which their functioning role is to absorb nutrients and carry it to the rest of the body. When these villi’s are damaged then they can not do their job.