Alicia Woodward

Living Without'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

Im Glad You Said That
October 21, 2014 A gluten-sensitive friend of mine has numerous other food issues and is prone to getting a head-splitting, three-day migraine...

Im Ready to Party! Are You?
August 21, 2014 Were super-excited about attending the Gluten-Free Food Allergy Fest in Indianapolis this weekend. Thats because we love...

Jennifer Esposito
August 19, 2014 Award-winning actress Jennifer Esposito has starred in over 20 films and in popular television shows like Spin City and Blue...

We Have a New Name!
April 21, 2014 Welcome to Gluten Free & More. After almost 16 years of being Living Without, this issue of the magazine introduces our new...

What Would YOU Say?
March 5, 2014 A reader asks: "My daughter was just diagnosed with severe allergies. I want to explain this to her in a positive way. Can you...

Coming Changes
February 18, 2014 Weve been busy with two behind-the-scenes activities that Im excited to announce. First, were changing our name. Since we...

Take Comfort
December 16, 2013 Whether you’re new to a special diet or you’ve been navigating this lifestyle for a while, I know there are days...

New Law Encourages Schools to Stock Epinephrine
November 20, 2013 Despite maddening gridlock and political fighting, members of the U.S. Congress were fortunately able to agree on one...

Great Tips for Feeding Gluten-Free Kids
November 6, 2013 I came across an article by Tamara Duker Freuman, a registered dietitian who has celiac disease and 3-year-old twins. It...

CDC Issues Food Allergy Guidelines for Schools
October 30, 2013 Yesterday, the Centers for Disease Control released voluntary guidelines for managing food allergies in U.S. schools. The new...