When you think about back to school, making lunches, and keeping kids satiated during after-school activities, I bet that bone broth doesn't come to...
Having grown up in the Midwest, it’s wonderful to be back in the region. And it’s always fun to be a part of the...
Yes, ghouls and goblins can be mighty scary. However, if you have a food allergy, food intolerance, or celiac disease – your Halloween candy dish might have more horrors inside of it than a monster movie marathon! Here’s a guide to staying safe for you, children, and others this Halloween.
When I grew up in Maine, downtown Portland was just a bunch of empty warehouses - not exactly a destination spot. Like many cities,...
As a parent of a child with celiac disease or food allergies, it always pays to be thorough. And even if you are thorough, mistakes, unfortunately, can still happen. Thats why a food allergy parent should never be called a helicopter parent - hovering is a necessary part of our job.
Celiac disease and other autoimmune disease sufferers around the world can learn the latest developments in research and treatment by tuning in to a live webcast of the Second Annual Beyond Celiac Research Symposium, Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018, 6:00-7:30 p.m. EST - or grab a ticket for the live event if you're in the Philadelphia area!
Just because you're gluten-free doesn't mean you can't enjoy the pumpkin spice trend that is taking over the food and beverage world this year. Enjoy pumpkin spice - free from gluten!
Head back to school with Flax4Life and Gluten Free & More Magazine! Flax4Life products are always gluten-free, dairy-free, and certified gluten-free from the GFCO - making them the perfect treats for celiac children and adults alike!
Kennebunk and Kennebunkport offer several restaurants that are tuned in to the gluten-free diet, too. We frequently stop at H.B. Provisions, a modern version of a general store that offers sandwiches on gluten-free bread (made in a separate area, if requested) and a freezer filled with gluten-free provisions.
My son ordered the chicken guacamole melt with a side of hand cut fries. It came with unbelievably good and normal-sized gluten free bread. I had to ask what brand it was it was that good. Thats when I found out that they baked it on the premises and have an entire bakery in their basement that is divided up to avoid cross-contamination. I had a cobb salad and an order of their Disco Fries, hand-cut fries served with a side of brown mushroom gravy and a side of cheese sauce for dipping. DELISH!