Alicia Woodward

Gluten Free & More's editor, Alicia Woodward, LCSW, a licensed psychotherapist, blogs about upcoming articles and topics being prepared for the magazine--everything from gluten-free life stories to the medical research and breakthroughs on celiac disease. Alicia also comments on letters and feedback received from readers on gluten-free living.


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Recent Stories From this Author

Gluten-Free Ideas to Make the Season Merry and Bright
October 27, 2016 What do you love about the holidays? We love the food. And after you see the gluten-free recipes in this issue, we think...

Alpha-Gal Allergy
August 17, 2016 Alpha-gal allergy, a hypersensitivity with potential anaphylaxis to mammalian meat—beef, pork, lamb, venison. Defined by...

Gluten-Free Food Safety Zone
June 22, 2016 Most people worry about safety but for those of us with food issues, safety concerns are amplified. What most Americans take...

You Can Lead a Horse to Water
April 25, 2016 These pages are packed with delicious gluten-free recipes for pancakes, summer salads, homemade breads and rolls,...

Confessions of a Gluten-Free Editor
February 26, 2016 After I finished college and landed a job, the first item of furniture I purchased was an antique metal bin with the word...

What Does Gluten Free Mean?
February 4, 2016 “Gluten free” describes an item that does not contain gluten, the protein found in wheat, rye and barley. The gluten-free diet...

Is Popcorn Gluten Free?
January 27, 2016 The question, Is popcorn gluten free?, is a one we often hear when people are newly diagnosed with celiac disease or...

Are Potatoes Gluten Free?
January 7, 2016 Many people who are new to the gluten-free diet wonder, Are potatoes gluten free? The fact is that gluten is the protein found...

Editor's Note
January 2, 2016 My 3-year-old grandson has always been a delight and a pistol. Often stubborn and always full of opinions, this strong-willed...

Is Buckwheat Gluten-Free?
December 18, 2015 That question—Is buckwheat gluten-free?—is something we hear a lot. The fact is, buckwheat is naturally gluten-free. It can be...